Honmoku Point and a jinrikisha
East over Missossippi Bay,where Perry came(1854) opening Japan the world-near Yokohama. (10)
[ID] 5023กกกก( ID:5023 )
[Photographer] Underwood
[Album] Underwood
[Place] Yokohama
[Date] 1904
[Color] mono
[Size] 155x82
[Cabinet] 97-87-0
[Keyword] sea/carriage

Stereograph produced by Underwood & Underwood Co. depicting the Negishi Bay side of Honmoku Peninsula. There are three valleys on the peninsula, and the tip was called "Treaty Point" by Perry. The inscription on the back says that the peninsula was called "Mikado Cliff" by foreigners. "Copyright 1904".