Miller, the internationally-known nutritionist who established the Home Economics Department at the University of Hawaii, traveled to Japan to meet with colleagues and observe farming and cooking techniques.
Now I’ve found some other mementos from that trip while sorting my mother’s papers after her death at the end of January. These seem to be a series of ads about dining options on the Mikado Dining Car while traveling by train through Japan.
These are small, no more than 3×5, printed on fragile paper with wonderful art work.
I’ll have to await comments from readers who can translate from the Japanese for a more accurate assessment of what these represent.