Perhaps the most popular board game in Japan during the Meiji period was the game of ‘Go’.  Hand-colored photo, 1870’s, Japan.  Photographer Felice Beato

Perhaps the most popular board game in Japan during the Meiji period was the game of ‘Go’.  Hand-colored photo, 1870’s, Japan.  Photographer Felice Beato

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