Catalog and promotional magazine of Gohachi (Tokyo, Japan). Some issues have distinctive titles. Triple issue: dai 53/54/55-gō ; double issue: dai 58/59-gō. Rinji zōkangō "Inkin to moyōshi" (December 1942), limited to 80 copies. Ceased with 64-gō (June 1943), and continued directly by "Gohachi dayori" issued in 2 volumes (September-December, 1943). After the demise of publisher Gohachi, title continued by Ōsaka-based Umeda Shobō as "Korekushon (1947)" (1947-1957). Whole numbering continued by "Korekushon" (Gyararī Gohachi, 1958-1986). Description based on: 3-gō (June 1937). Latest issue consulted: 64-gō (June 1943). 臨時増刊号 "印金と模様紙" (December 1942), limited to 80 copies.
Penn Libraries copy: numbers 32-64 (incomplete) in portfolio with label "Korekushon 32 yori 64 itaru". Issued with two volumes of successor "Gohachi dayori" (cataloged separately). Includes envelope addressed to Koshizaki Sōichi in Otaru-shi, containing announcement of the publication of Takeda Takeo's "Aizō kokeshi zufu" on stylized catalg slip in the shape of a kokeshi doll, along with postcard order form for the title as well as catalog/money order slip.