Note: You can download the files and use a pdf viewer. You can see it as a two page view so the whole January is in one view. With adobe acrobat you can select : two page view - go to page display and mark two page view.(two upp). And then the front page is single - you most mark Show front page under two up. In the document it is defined as being a document with binding at the right edge (Japanese books). This is important to show the pages in the correct order on the screen. We are used to have documents with binding at left edge.
If you have problems with the view then read the information above or read your pdf-viewer manual and try.
Most of the calenders are from Ise Jingu.
Meiji 7 - 1874
Meiji 9 - 1876
Meiji 10 - 1877 with "revenue" on front
Meiji 12 - 1879 with "revenue" on front
Meiji 16 - 1883 with "revenue on front"
Meiji 17 - 1884 with "non official revenue" Non-Ise type - more information relating to moon calender see JP 70 no 1
Meiji 19 - 1886
Meiji 19 - 1886 special calendar with old information on for instance directions you mut not go etc. That was taken away in the new gregorian calendar Not from Ise.
Meiji 20 - 1887
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