Keywords: a woman talking on a cell phone with an antenna. 90's, antenna, galapagos cell phone, galapagos phone, heisei, cell phone *Shooting date unknown, release date: December 17, 1997.
Nishi-Nippori in 1995, shooting date unknown, release date: March 14, 1995.
Hiroo in 1995, shooting date unknown, release date: March 14, 1995.
Komagome in 1995, shooting date unknown, release date: March 14, 1995.
Keywords : Akihabara in 1995. The film was shot on March 14, 1995.
On January 15, the Japan Rugby Championship was held at the National Stadium, and Kobe Steel achieved its seventh consecutive victory in the Japan Championship; on February 19, a test match between the Japanese national team and the Tongan national team at the Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium. <Caption> The Japan Rugby Championship between Kobe Steel and the University of Tokyo at the National Stadium on January 15, Kobe Steel wins the Japan Championship for the seventh consecutive year; the test match between the Japanese national team and the Tongan national team at the Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium on February 19, Japan's inability to break through the goal; Japan loses 24-16; scoreboard; shooting date: January 15, 1995 January 15, 1995, February 19, 1995.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress can't stop smiling at the sight of Mako playing at the height of her cuteness. The Emperor's family in the New Year, young Mako playing near the Emperor and Empress, date of shooting unknown, release date: January 1, 1995.
The Haneda Cabinet resigned, and an election to nominate a prime minister was held at the plenary session of both houses of the Diet at the end of the current term. The Murayama cabinet was born after the resignation of the Haneda cabinet, date of shooting unknown, release date: August 1, 1994.
Prime Minister Morihiro Hosokawa announces his resignation after his own borrowing of 100 million yen from Sagawa Express and the purchase of NTT stock stalled Diet deliberations. The film was shot at a press conference where Prime Minister Hosokawa announced his resignation, date of shooting unknown, release date: May 1, 1994.
The second test match between Japan and Fiji was held at the National Stadium. The second test match between Japan and Fiji was played at the National Stadium.
The autumn garden party hosted by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress was held at Akasaka Imperial Garden with 1,800 people in attendance, including government officials and distinguished members of various fields. The film was shot on an unknown date and released on November 1, 1993.
Russian President Yeltsin, who came to Japan as a state guest on the evening of October 11, attended a welcome ceremony at the State Guest House on the morning of October 12. President Yeltsin visited Japan in July for talks with the leaders of the seven industrialized nations, but this was his first official visit to Japan. It was also his first official visit to Japan, and an unusual visit to a foreign country in the midst of the state of emergency declared after the armed crackdown on anti-presidential protesters. The Emperor of Japan led a military review after shaking hands with members of the Imperial Family and Prime Minister Morihiro Hosokawa and his wife. After the summit, the two leaders signed and announced the Tokyo Declaration, which outlines the basic policy of Japan-Russia relations in the future, and the Economic Declaration. Date of shooting unknown, Date of release: November 1, 1993.
Masako celebrates her marriage ceremony with the Crown Prince. Date of shooting unknown, release date: July 1, 1993.
The Nousai Ceremony was held at the Owada residence to mark the engagement of the Crown Prince to Masako Owada. <Caption> Scenes from the Noh-sai Ceremony at the Owada residence, the general register in front of the Imperial Palace, the Crown Prince and Masako strolling through the Imperial Palace, date of shooting unknown, release date: May 1, 1993.
A meeting of the Imperial Household Agency was held to discuss the marriage of Crown Prince Tokuhito and Ms. Masako Owada, and their marriage was unanimously approved by 10 members of the House of Councilors, including Prime Minister Miyazawa, House Speaker Sakurauchi and House Speaker Hara, and Prince Mikasa. Date of shooting unknown, date of release: February 1, 1993.
Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa invites to the Prime Minister's residence the members of the troops to be dispatched to Angola and Cambodia for peacekeeping operations (PKO). Prime Minister Miyazawa invites members of the military to the Prime Minister's Office for a PKO (peacekeeping operation) in Angola and Cambodia and gives them a pep talk. .
The United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) Cooperation Bill, which includes the deployment of the Self-Defense Forces overseas, has been submitted to a plenary session of the House of Representatives. The PKO cooperation bill, which includes the deployment of the Self-Defense Forces overseas, was submitted to a plenary session of the House of Representatives. The date of filming is unknown, and the date of release is July 1, 1992.
The 20th anniversary of the reversion of Okinawa to Japan was held at the Tokyo Kensei Kinen Kaikan in the presence of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress. The 20th anniversary of the reversion of Okinawa to Japanese rule was held at the Tokyo Kensei Kinen Kaikan in the presence of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan.
Bride and bridegroom in the grounds of the Heian Shrine, Kyoto, Japan. Date: circa 1990s
The Rite of Enthronement Ceremony, the central ceremony of the Emperor's accession to the throne, was held in the Pine Room of the Imperial Palace. The ceremony was attended by 2,223 representatives of the people and congratulatory envoys from 158 countries and 2 international organizations, including 70 heads of state. The ceremony was attended by 2,223 people, including 70 heads of state and representatives of 158 countries and two international organizations.
The formation ceremony of the Japanese team to participate in the Beijing Asian Games was held at Yoyogi Gymnasium. The ceremony was held at the Yoyogi Gymnasium, and the date of shooting is unknown.
Members of the Kawashima family line up in front of their home. Kiko is presented with a bouquet of flowers by students from Gakushuin Women's Junior High School and bows to them. She then looked at each member of the family and said goodbye. Father Tatsuhiko waving Kiko off in the car on the way to the Imperial Palace. Shooting date: June 29, 1990, Release date: July 16, 1990.
President Roh Tae-woo of South Korea visited Japan as a state guest. He attended a welcome event at the State Guest House in Akasaka. President Roh's visit to Japan was postponed due to Emperor Showa's illness, and this was the first visit to Japan in six years since former President Chun Doo-hwan.
The second World Cup Asia Pacific qualifying game between Japan and South Korea was held at the Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium. Japan defeated Korea 26-10 to qualify for the tournament. <Content> The 2nd World Cup Asia Pacific qualifying game between Japan and Korea at the Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo, showing Korea scoring a try, Japan scoring a try, Japan scoring a goal, the scoreboard, a full house, captain Hirao running fast to the goal, Japan turning the tables, Hosokawa scoring a try, Japan celebrating their victory. Date of shooting: April 11, 1990.
Emperor Hirohito passed away from duodenal cancer at 6:33 a.m. on January 7, 1964. Director-General Fujimori of the Imperial Household Agency and Chief Cabinet Secretary Obuchi make simultaneous announcements at the Imperial Household Agency and the Prime Minister's Office. From Showa era to Heisei era. Electric bulletin board announcing the Emperor's demise, scenes of the accession ceremony at the Imperial Palace, people filling out forms at the register at the Sakashita Gate in front of the Imperial Palace, scenes of an extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister's Office, Chief Cabinet Secretary Obuchi announcing the new era name Heisei, and scenes of the accession ceremony. Date of release: February 1, 1989.
His Majesty the Emperor died of duodenal cancer at Fukiage Palace at 6:33 a.m. on January 7, 1964, at the age of 87. The Emperor died of duodenal cancer at 6:33 a.m. on January 7, 1964, at Fukiage Palace, at the age of 87. <Caption> Outside news of the Emperor's death, the Emperor's appearance and words at the memorial service for the war dead on August 15 of the previous year, people visiting the Imperial Palace to pay their respects, an extraordinary cabinet meeting, Chief Cabinet Secretary Obuchi announcing the new era name Heisei, people in the city, date of shooting unknown, release date: January 16, 1989.
A scene at the stock exchange during the closing session, electronic bulletin board, date of shooting unknown, release date: December 31, 1988.
It's a beautiful autumn day in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is filled with energy on the opening day of the Olympic Games. The streets of the capital city of Seoul, Prime Minister Takeshita on his way to the Olympic Stadium during his visit to South Korea, the Japanese and Korean teams entering the stadium, President Roh Tae-woo's opening proclamation, the lighting of the torch on the torch stand, Prime Minister Takeshita visiting the presidential palace, the Japan-Korea summit meeting, date of shooting unknown, release date: 19 Date of release: October 1, 1988.
It's a beautiful autumn day in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. The city is abuzz with activity as the Olympic Games begin. Keywords: President of the Salamanca I.O.C., stadium, stands, President of South Korea Noh Tae-woo, entrance march, flag, Japanese flag, Japanese athletes, ignition, Prime Minister Takeshita Noboru, Prime Minister Takeshita, torch, torch stand, opening declaration, Cheong Wa Dae, leaders *Shooting date unknown, release date: October 1, 1988.
JAPAN CHANGES PILOTS,Noboru Takeshita,DAIGO?,Family==Date:circa 1987, Place:Tokyo,JAPAN, (Credit:INTERNATIONAL MOTION PICTURE/Kyodo News Images)
Prime Minister Nakasone arrived at Andrews Air Force Base on the afternoon of April 29 for a meeting with President Reagan. He was greeted by Secretary of State George Shultz. Prime Minister Nakasone's arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, the welcoming ceremony at the White House, Prime Minister Nakasone being welcomed by President and Mrs. Reagan, the first summit meeting in the Oval Office, the round-table discussion at the Senate, the dinner at the White House, Prime Minister Nakasone's speech at the dinner (without sound), and his visit to Arlington Cemetery. Prime Minister Nakasone's speech at the dinner (no sound), Prime Minister's visit to Arlington Cemetery, floral tribute at the monument to the victims of the Space Shuttle Challenger, *Filming date unknown, Release date: May 16, 1987.
The 12th Summit of Industrialized Nations (Tokyo Summit) was held from May 4 to 6 at the State Guest House in Tokyo. Prime Minister Nakasone (Prime Minister Thatcher of the United Kingdom, President Mitterrand of France, President Reagan of the United States, and the President of the European Community) welcomes the heads of state and government at the State Guest House in Akasaka, Tokyo. The announcement by Prime Minister Nakasone at the joint press conference. Date of shooting unknown, Release date: May 16, 1986.
Prime Minister Nakasone arrived in Washington on April 12. The following day, April 13, the first summit meeting was held at Camp David, where President Reagan was resting. Prime Minister Nakasone arrives at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington, D.C., is greeted by President Reagan, visits the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and admires a painting by Winslow Homer. Prime Minister Nakasone and President Reagan hold a post-meeting press conference after the second summit meeting. Date of shooting unknown, Release date: May 1, 1986.
Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone arrives at Kennedy Airport in New York on October 19 to attend the United Nations 40th Anniversary General Assembly. Prime Minister Nakasone arrives at Kennedy Airport in New York, U.S.A.; Prime Minister Nakasone visits Theodore Roosevelt's residence; Prime Minister Nakasone chats with Prince Hirohito during his stay in the U.S.A.; Prime Minister Nakasone makes an appearance on U.S. television; the emergency summit of six major countries; the Japan-U.S. summit meeting with President Reagan; Prime Minister Nakasone's speech at the U.N. General Assembly; Prime Minister Nakasone's speech on world peace. Prime Minister Nakasone's speech at the UN General Assembly; Prime Minister Nakasone's appeal for world peace and nuclear abolition. Date of shooting unknown, Release date: November 16, 1985.
The World Figure Championships were held at the Yoyogi Gymnasium from March 5 to 9, 1985. Figure Championships, Midori Ito with a broken leg, Soviet Kira Valentinovna Ivanova's performance, East German Katarina Witt's performance, award ceremony, shooting date unknown, release date: March 16, 1985.
As Japan and the Soviet Union continue to disagree over the ownership of the Northern Territories, a caravan launches a campaign. A caravan of people demanding the return of the Northern Territories visits Secretary of Internal Affairs and Communications Inamura, shaking his hand in encouragement; scenes at Cape Nosappu; people peering through binoculars at the Northern Territories in the distance; scenes of talks between Japan and the Soviet Union; the caravan travels around the country; scenes at a meeting in Nagoya demanding the return of the Northern Territories; greetings from Aichi Governor Nakaya Yoshiaki; and more. Fishermen fishing for kelp. Date of shooting unknown, release date: September 15, 1984.
This year, the Dragons have a chance to win the championship, and the children of Nagoya are currently in the midst of Dragons fever. The day after the Dragons' victory, gasoline is discounted at gas stations, gas station clerks wear Chunichi Dragons hats, and Dragons goods are sold at a long-established department store in Nagoya City. Dragon's lunch, a game between the Dragons and the Giants, a back view of a battered pitcher Taku Egawa, a poster offering free ramen if Chunichi wins, a scene of ramen making, shooting date unknown, release date: August 16, 1984.
On March 23, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone paid an official visit to China with the aim of laying the foundation for Japan-China friendship into the 21st century. Scenes of Prime Minister Nakasone receiving a welcome to China, the welcome banquet, Prime Minister Nakasone's lecture at Beijng University, the meeting with Deng Xiaoping, Director of the Central Advisory Committee of the Communist Party of China, date of shooting unknown, release date: April 16, 1984.
Following West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, President Reagan of the United States visited Japan as a state guest on November 9. <Caption> President Reagan and his wife visit Japan as state guests, welcome ceremony at the State Guest House, President Reagan and his wife enjoy yabusame (archery on horseback) at Meiji Shrine, the Crown Prince and his wife serve as hosts, the second Japan-US summit meeting, newspaper announcement, palace dinner, President Reagan visits the Diet, speech at the plenary session of the House of Representatives, Chinese Prime Minister Hu Yaobang visits Japan, Prime Minister Nakasone welcomes him, welcome ceremony. Premier Hu Yaobang of China visits Japan, Prime Minister Nakasone welcomes him, scenes from the welcoming ceremony, *Filming date unknown, release date: December 1, 1983.
October 12, 1983. On that day, the Tokyo District Court was enveloped in an unusual atmosphere of excitement. The culmination of the Lockheed scandal, the crimes of Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka are brought to justice. Aerial shot of the Tokyo District Court, Kakuei Tanaka and others entering the court, All Nippon Airways aircraft taking off, stills of Kakuei Tanaka's arrest in July 1976, Kakuei Tanaka's speech, commemorative photo shoot for the Ohira, Suzuki and Nakasone cabinets, Kakuei Tanaka after the verdict, demonstration, date of shooting unknown, date of release: 1983 (October 1, 1983)
On May 27, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone, who visited the United States to attend the 9th Summit of the Group of Eight (G8) industrialized nations held in Williamsburg, Virginia, stopped by Washington, D.C., for a Japan-U.S. summit meeting. Prime Minister Nakasone, who visited the U.S. to attend the 9th Summit of the Group of Eight, met with President Reagan. photo session, the summit meeting, and miscellaneous impressions. President Reagan making the Williamsburg Declaration, *Filming date unknown, Release date: June 16, 1983..
This is the first visit by Prime Minister Suzuki Zenko as an incumbent. The territorial issue remains in a severe state. The Sea of Okhotsk, Prime Minister Suzuki Zenko on his inspection tour, being welcomed by local residents, Prime Minister Suzuki Zenko and others involved in the campaign for the return of the Northern Territories, Russian and Japanese patrol vessels in the straits, discussions between the government and local fishermen, kelp fishing, and an actor presenting his own song at a lecture by the Liberal Democratic Party, wishing for the return of the Northern Territories. The film was shot on an unknown date. Date of shooting unknown, Release date: September 25, 1981.
A pilot plant for the use of solar heat was built in Niocho, Kagawa Prefecture, and succeeded in generating full-scale electricity, lighting the light of the sun. A pilot plant using solar heat was built on the site of a former salt field in Niocho, Kagawa Prefecture, a solar energy experiment using mirrors, black paper that burns in three seconds, and a pilot plant that successfully started full-scale operation after careful test runs.
The '81 International Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition was held at Yoyogi National Gymnasium No. 2. Japan's promising athlete, Hiroko Yamazaki, participated in the event. International Rhythmic Gymnastics Performance, Date of shooting unknown, Date of release: June 5, 1981.
A portrait of a middle-aged man with his hand at his breast wearing a double breasted suit. Signed Yoshitani Sannomiya . Taken at the Bradless & Ruldson Photo Studio in San Francisco.==Date:1880, Place:unknown, Photo:unknown, (Credit:Nagasaki University Library/Kyodo News Images) [Cabinet Number18‐61‐0]
JAPAN CHANGES PILOTS,Zenko Suzuki,==Date:circa 1980, Place:Tokyo,JAPAN, (Credit:INTERNATIONAL MOTION PICTURE/Kyodo News Images)
JAPAN CHANGES PILOTS,Masayoshi Ohira,==Date:circa 1979, Place:Tokyo,JAPAN, (Credit:INTERNATIONAL MOTION PICTURE/Kyodo News Images)
Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira visits China. A welcome party hosted by Premier Hua Gunfeng. Prime Minister Ohira receives a photo of a panda at a welcome banquet, Date of shooting unknown, Release date: December 14, 1979.
High school girls are invited to a swimming pool in Toshimaen, Tokyo, where they enjoy a cavalcade and a treasure hunt. Date of shooting unknown, Release date: June 22, 1979.
Japan loses to England by a large margin in the Japan-England friendly rugby tournament; England wins by a large margin of 38 to 18. <Caption> Scenes from the Japan-England friendly rugby tournament held at the National Stadium with 35,000 spectators, fierce battle, spectators cheering, cheering, scoreboard, Japan fighting back in the second half, Japan's first try in the second half, spectators celebrating, Japan losing by a large margin, shooting date: May 20, 1979.