Eric Gallaud took these pictures in the Tokorosawa Aviation Museum in 2001 in Japan. It is possibly an 83 E.2 mislabelled by the museum.
It is a replica of a Nieuport 81E2. The 81E2 is based on the Nie-12 design and was a 2 seat trainer. Forty 81E2 were brought to Japan in 1919 by a French mission. They were also built under license by Mitsubishi.
Japan received and also built also several 83E2. Maybe the replica represents a modification on the license built planes. The 83E2s were also used at Tokorosawa.
Mike Fletcher adds:
[it is] actually an 83 E.2 since it has the vertical struts, unless they based in on the Rhinebeck machine, which had replacement wings from an 83 E.2.