National Geographic : 1953 Nov
© National Geographic Society 4 Vacuum Jugs Pour from Osaka Factories The Prices began their voyage at Osaka, Japan's in dustrial metropolis and second largest city. There they found much of the war damage repaired; factories by the hundreds turned out consumer goods as well as industrial machinery. Kiodacromes by J. Uaylor Roberts + Kyoto's Fine Art Takes More Time Near-by Kyoto, spared from bombing, fashions ex quisite art objects: silks, brocades, and embroideries, porcelains, damascene, lacquer, and cloisonne. Here delicate handwork fills in layers of enamel paste on a copper box at the Inaba Cloisonne Factory.