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Here are eight vintage Japanese advertising ink blotters which have never been used. These blotters are extremely rare, especially in their new condition. They have all been sold, but I will keep this web page here so you can see what they looked like.
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The history of advertising can be traced to ancient civilizations. It became a major force in capitalist economies in the midth century, based primarily on newspapers and magazines. In the 20th century, advertising grew rapidly with new technologies such as direct mailradiotelevisionthe internet and mobile devices.
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One place I can think of for retro things is Nakano Broadway. Not sure if there is any store selling exactly what you are looking for, since it is more of an otaku type place, but they do have some interesting Showa memorobilia. Was at Nakano Broadway in October for several hours, and I didn't see anything that fits your description.
But some countries seem to always get it right, even when the ads in question were created more than half a century ago. BuzzFeed Rewind compiled and posted adorable and slick vintage Japanese ads which still hold up today even though they were made in the s. The advertisements feature promotions for beauty products such as nail polish and lotion as well as household products such as light bulbs, cocoa and even bread.
The wave of modernity began to sweep Japan during the Taisho period when Japanese society and the political system significantly opened up. Economic prosperity created a class of people that had more money to spend and increasingly lived in cities where they came into contact with influences from abroad. A tobacco shop from the s.
Earlier this year, we featured vintage Japanese print advertisements from the golden age of Art Deco and for such products as beer, sake, and cigarettes. Take, for instance, their collection of classic Japanese steamship ads. The age of the steamship has, of course, long since dissolved into the romantic past, even in Japan.