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Super RARE! Authentic Imperial Japanese Navy Photo History Encyclopedia and Reference Cookbook, Menu, Recipe used in Officer Wardroom and Enlisted Mess aboard Ship and Shore.


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RARE and One of a Kind! A Perfect MUST HAVE for the serious Japanese Dinnerware Collector and WWII Japanese Militaria Collector. Encyclopedia and Reference Book of WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Dinnerware, Tableware, Messware, Recipes and Menus. This softcover book in Japanese Kanji with Over 250 pages and 220 WWII period photographs of messhalls, wardrooms, food preparation, galley equipment, plates, cups and bowls used aboard ship and shore!

Many photos taken in areas of combat actually showing the Japanese soldier or sailor using the utensils during meals !



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Photo of Cookbook Front Cover to the Left. Photo of WWII Japanese Navy Bento Boxes to the Right - How they were used, packed with food items, and stored for shipment.

Imperial Japanese Navy Enlisted Mess Barracks, WWII Dinnerware and Messware

Above is sample photo of over 220 photos found in the cookbook. This one appears to be from a Japanese Navy Enlisted Messhall or Mess for Corpsman. Note the two tone (light blue and white) enamelware rice and soup bowls.

 
Super RARE! Imperial Japanese Navy Officers Wardroom Enlisted Mess Cookbook
Photo History of WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Mess Halls, Wardrooms, Galleys with Recipes. In Japanese Kanji but Mostly All Photos!
 
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Softcover, 253 pages, 220 Photos!
 
$155.
 
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