Here is what hes posted with it>
Japanese 'WW2' box of goodies .
Three , cream square material with eagle holding a ball , cleaning cloth .
Two , blue square material with pilots goggles on , cleaning cloth .
One , orange square material with Takashimaya IIDA Co on , cleaning cloth .
Ten , Japanese insignia ( navy ? ) , uncut on one piece of material ( black cotton ) .
Four , Navy headbands with anchor on one end ( black ribbon ) .
Two , Navy headbands with Jap writing on ( black ribbon ) .
Two , Jap matchbox covers , thin cardboard .
One , Jap beer label ( Asahi beer )
Four old chop sticks ( mixed condition )
One Jap art brush with Jap writing on
Brass-tin naval badge on felt
Brass-tin medal . Very light weight .
One newspaper page WW2 with Emperor on ?? .
Wooden box that the items came in . Size is 17 cm x 26 cm x 55 mm deep , small piece missing from the end of the lid , easy to repair
Both cap tallies have the same kanji:
Yokosuka Kaigun Byoin
Yokuska Navy Hospital
The two blue cloths have the company name
Nichi-Man Kougyou Kaisha
Japan-Manchukuo Manufacturing Company
I found Nichi-Man goggles online:
I found a copy of the Logo and saved it to my ImageShack file:日満工業は海軍の眼鏡の開発に関わった会社です。商標は半分出た太陽の下にＭＡＮです。左の物は本来、冬用 なのですが毛が付けられていません。
Japan-Manchukuo industry is a company involved in the development of Navy goggles. The trademarks was half of a Rising Sun and below that a square with the letters [MAN] . Originally, those on the left are winter, but the fur is not attached.
Looks like an interesting grouping, need better pics.
Thank you very much ghp95134
you know your stuff, like i said Im new to Japanese collecting , mainly been doing Allied stuff so maybe it time to buy a reference book