The "Takasago Maru",berthing in front of the Keelung branch office of Osaka Shosen Kaisha (O.S.K. Line)
9,347gt, built in 1937
The pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) "Suzukasan Maru" in Shimizu, Japan
13,689 dwt, built in 1978
The first "Akagisan Maru" berthing at the Tama Wharf of Mitsui & Co. Shipbuilding Division Tama Factory
7,012 dwt, built in 1924
The "Argentina Maru II" leaves Kobe Port.
10,864 gt, built in 1958
The first "Brazil Maru" off the port of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
12,752 gt, built in 1939
The "Shin Sakura Maru" (Cargo & Passenger Ship) in Honolulu, Hawaii
16,431 gt, built in 1972
The "Chikugogawa Maru" berthing at the Ajigawa Wharf in front of the head office of Osaka Shosen Kaisha (O.S.K.Line)
694 gt, built in 1890
The "Elbe Maru" in Hamburg, Germany
35,229 dwt, built in 1972
The first "Otowasan Maru" passing under the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, U.S.A.
11,737 dwt, built in 1936
The first "Tacoma Maru" berthing at the Ohsanbashi (main wharf) in Yokohama, Japan
6,178 gt, built in 1909
The second "Kinkasan Maru" off Manhattan Island in New York, U.S.A.
9,800 dwt, built in 1961
The first "Rokkohsan Maru" loading coal in Miike, Japan
3,120 dwt, built in 1911
The "Senshu Maru" berthing at the liquefied natural gas (LNG) loading terminal in Arun, Indonesia
69,594 dwt, built in 1984
These are 13 works of cutout art produced on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of MOL in 1984.
The 13 pieces depict a selection of ships both representative of different phases of the 100 year history and aesthetically superior,
which constitute a series of favorites of the honorary captain.