Nobukuni Enami, also known as T. Enami, was a photographer and studio owner in Yokohama from 1892 until his death in 1929. He made thousands of stereoviews, lantern-slides and postcards in his lifetime, which are essential in the pictorial history of the Meiji and Taishō eras.
The Japanese version of the cold lemonade stand: a man serving amazake, a low-alcohol or alcohol-free sweet drink, made from fermented rice, c. 1892-1895
A komusō (characterized by a straw bascinet named tengai worn on the head), a mendicant monk of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism, playing on the Japanese bamboo flute (shakuhachi) while begging
The photos are from the Flickr stream of Okinawa Soba.