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Photo profile of a young woman in kimono with elaborate hair-do. Japan, early 20th century

Photo profile of a young woman in kimono with elaborate hair-do. Japan, early 20th century

taishou-kun:  Young priestress with shimada (島田) hairstyle...

Young priestress with shimada (島田) hairstyle hand-colored postcard from Indochina - Japan -

from the Meiji era of Japan;

Genroku style came into fashion amongst Tokyo Geisha around 1905, in imitation of the dress and hairstyles that were in vogue during the Genroku period (1688 – 1703).

Genroku Style 1912 Genroku style came into fashion amongst Tokyo Geisha around in imitation of the dress and hairstyles that were in vogue during the Genroku period –

Raimund von Stillfried–Ratenicz, Dívka (před rokem 1875)

Als der Maru-Obi in Japan noch gebräuchlicher war / When maru-obi was more commonly used in Japan [Raimund von Stillfried–Ratenicz, Dívka (před rokem

江戸っ子あれこれ

I love the fire fighter and fishermen coats from this era. "Fire Master",Photography by Felice Beato, Hand-colored albumen silver print in Views of Japan 10 x 8 in.

Maiogi 1910    A Maiogi is a dancing fan. This is quite a commonly reproduced image from around 1910. I think that she must be Hangyoku (Young Geisha) because of the long sleeves and highly patterned kimono. She doesn't look to be Maiko (Kyoto Apprentice).

A Maiogi is a dancing fan. This is quite a commonly reproduced image from around I think that she must be Hangyoku (Young Geisha) because of the long sleeves and highly patterned kimono. She doesn't look to be Maiko (Kyoto Apprentice).

Here are a couple of Dancing Girls in a spectacular 1870s hand-tinted albumen photograph by Baron von Stillfried, taken in his early Yokohama, Japan studio.

Here are a couple of Dancing Girls in a spectacular hand-tinted albumen photograph by Baron von Stillfried, taken in his early Yokohama, Japan studio.

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868). - 9GAG

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868).

Takeko Nakano (中野 竹子) ⪽ º ⏑ º ⪾ Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu -

松平慈貞院(健子・貢姫)1839~1918.鍋島直正の長女。 公益財団法人鍋島報效会 徴古館

Takeko of the daughter of Matsudaira Naoyoshi. The husband died at the age of 23 years old her. She lived to be 80 years old. This photograph was taken in Edo era / Meiji era / Taisyo era.

Himawari Kimono 1905 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A hand-coloured postcard of a Hangyoku (Young Geisha) wearing a kimono with a Himawari (Sunflower) motif.

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