Subject:Re: Japanese flower print help?
Posted By: I.Nagy Thu, Mar 05, 2020
The inscription is a kind of correspondence.
I suppose it's a postcard.
I completely don't know either,
- once I have gone to that remote place,
though you may call him on the phone.
Kobe City, Hyōgo,
Nishihiriike Village, Karimo Street
It is my answer
Suzuhiko (Signature of sender ?)
The inscription is written in typical Meiji era orthographic style.