Article about the history and developments of the Japanese Shibayama Art promoted via the Domestic and International Exhibitions during the Meiji period with a comprehensive archive list of prominent artists.
Article about the history of the Samurai warrior class during the Tokugawa Shōgunate regime and the end of the Samurai era after the Haitorei edict in 1876. Developments of the arts by the metal craftsmen via the Domestic and International Exhibitions in Europe and United States which started a fashion trend known as Japonisme.
Article about the history of Japanese Silk Art textiles during the Meiji period and developments of the silk techniques like Oshi-e and Yūzen-birodo cut velvet by the leading Kyoto firms of Nishimura Sōzaemon and Iida Takashimaya.
Article about the history of Japan during the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate Feudalism and the start of the Meiji period with Emperor Matsuhito. Developments of the arts promoted via the Domestic and International Exhibition in Europe and America. Art collectors around the world like Sir Merton Russell-Cotes and Michael Tomkinson in England started to collect Japanese art of this period.