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JTA Japan Transocean Airlines Kokesh  JTA Japan Transocean Airlines Kokesh  Can you help identify the maker?  7 Lucky gods lantern 
Souvenir Kokeshi  The writing appears to be the same as previously translated by Tomoko Young. It says  Gion which is the area of Geisha ladies deep inside of Kyoto.Classical 1950's nodder head, souvenir, shingata, Kokeshi doll.  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Signed: Asami 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Undetermined Artist  Can you help identify this Artist? Most likely a souvenir realted to Ukai fishing 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Fuka Gutsu  Can you help identify the maker?  Hanko Stamp Key Rings  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Hirayama  Can you help identify the maker? 
Souvenir Kokeshi  No signature, but it says  Gion which is the area of Geisha ladies deep inside of Kyoto. Classical 1950's nodder head, souvenir, Kokeshi doll. Thanks to Tomoko Young for providing the information.  Souvenir Kokeshi  No signature, but it says  Gion which is the area of Geisha ladies deep inside of Kyoto. Classical 1950's nodder head, souvenir, Kokeshi doll. Thanks to Tomoko Young for providing the information.  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Undetermined Artist  Undetermined Artist  Undetermined Artist 
Goro  Goro  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker? 
Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help identify the maker?  Can you help read the Kanji?  Soba? Souvenir Kokeshi  Sven Lucky Gods Treasure Ship 
ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 (éŦ˜é•·æœĻčŠļ) wood craft  They are called Snow Mountain Kokeshi 雊やけこけし. There are only 2 generations of makers and were started in the 1960s. Production center is Ichinoseki sold by TĖĩaĖĩkĖĩaĖĩnĖĩaĖĩgĖĩaĖĩ ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 woodcraft. They only use 3 types of wood Yamazakura, Zelkova and Enju. The 1st gen is éŦ˜æЋ 長åĢ― Takahashi Nagatoshi and 2nd gen is éŦ˜æĐ‹ã€€é™åĪŦ Takahashi Shizuo. They use to have a website but as of 2016 it is now defunct.  Note: Artist sign their work "ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 Saku" for the name of their business and not with their given name. Update: The name of the business was previously thought to be read Takanaga but thanks to Kikidee Otsuki, who confirmed with the artisan, it has been validated that, as suggested by Sue Lynn Takagi, the reading for the name of the business is ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 wood crafts.  ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 (éŦ˜é•·æœĻčŠļ) wood craft  They are called Snow Mountain Kokeshi 雊やけこけし. There are only 2 generations of makers and were started in the 1960s. Production center is Ichinoseki sold by TĖĩaĖĩkĖĩaĖĩnĖĩaĖĩgĖĩaĖĩ ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 woodcraft. They only use 3 types of wood Yamazakura, Zelkova and Enju. The 1st gen is éŦ˜æЋ 長åĢ― Takahashi Nagatoshi and 2nd gen is éŦ˜æĐ‹ã€€é™åĪŦ Takahashi Shizuo. They use to have a website but as of 2016 it is now defunct.  Note: Artist sign their work "ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 Saku" for the name of their business and not with their given name. Update: The name of the business was previously thought to be read Takanaga but thanks to Kikidee Otsuki, who confirmed with the artisan, it has been validated that, as suggested by Sue Lynn Takagi, the reading for the name of the business is ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 wood crafts.  ð‘ŧ𝒂𝒌𝒂𝒄𝒉𝒐 (éŦ˜é•·æœĻčŠļ) wood craft  Sadatoshi Matsushita Haniwa Doll  Miyazaki Prefecture Tourist Souvenir