Mikimoto hosting exhibition of American dolls from 1830s-1930s

November 28th, 2011By Category: Events

An exhibition of American dolls made between 1830’s and 1930’s, collected by journalist and author Kei Kobayashi, are on display at an exhibition on the 6th floor of Mikimoto in Ginza. The exhibition by Kobayashi, who has researched hand-made Americana, is open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. until Dec 6.  Entry is free.

The doll of Shirley Temple


Doll wearing Lee Denim overalls

 This doll is wearing “Lee” denim overalls to advertise “Lee.”


Dolls of Campbell's soup

Those dolls are for Campbell’s soup ads.

 There are many other historical American dolls in the exhibition.





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