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HER BEAUTIFUL HAIR -- A Well Oiled, Combed, and Tied Coiffure in Old Japan by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr

geisha-licious: “ Traditional Japanese hairstyle Okinawa Soba: “ Although wigs were popular in Japan, this hair is real. The comb lines on the oiled and fragrant hair are clear. The natural strands,.

A couple wearing the appropriate kimono, going to or coming from their shinto wedding, and walking together.

theworldwelivein: couple / vintage / culture / kimono / traditonal : geiko (geisha) kotoha, kyoto japan 芸妓 琴葉さん 日本・京都 (by Michael Chandler)

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Maiko's Spectacular Fashion Statement in Old Kyoto, Japan by Okinawa Soba

A beautiful Japanese geisha poses for a side profile shot in this striking portrait, taken by Felice Beato circa 1865.

Felice Beato's 19th century photos from Japan - Photos - Felice Beato's breathtaking 19th century photos from Japan

Vintage tinted photo - Sayonara, the geisha who refused to look #woman #people #Japan

Soyouthinkyoucan’t see.“the Geisha who refused to look” Hand-Tinted Salt Print by an unknown Japanese photographer.

Hunting Fireflies by Kajima Seibei This black and white photograph of threehangyoku (young geisha) from the Shinbashi geisha district of Tokyo huntingfireflies, was taken in 1897 by Kajima Seibei.

#kimono #japan

This page is dedicated to the beautiful performers of Japan, both Past and Present. I do not claim to own any of these images.

昔のおしゃれな着こなしのスナップ写真を見ると、様々な半襟があることがわかります。半襟は顔に一番近いので、昔からおしゃれ大好き女子の見せ場ポイントだったのかもしれませんね。

着物の襟からチラッと見える、とってもおしゃれな半襟の世界♪

Portrait of a Hangyoku, apprentice geisha, circa. In Tokyo, apprentice geisha is called Hangyoku, whereas in Kyoto they are called Maiko.

A Geisha partially dressed, wearing only her Juban (inner kimono). Her hairstyle and the kimono hanging behind her are both in the Genroku style in imitation of the dress of the Genroku period (1688 -1703), a fashion that became popular amongst Tokyo Geisha around 1905. This postcard is captioned “A Japanese Singer in the Dress of Olden Times”, Geisha were often referred to as “Singing Girls” by Western commentators during this period, while Maiko and Hangyoku were referred to as “Dancing…

Geisha wearing a Juban 1905 A Geisha partially dressed, wearing only her Juban (inner kimono). Her hairstyle and the kimono hanging behind .

Beside a Wood 1938.  Maiko (apprentice geisha) Hisazuru sitting on a bridge beside a wooded hillside.  Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Beside a Wood Maiko (apprentice geisha) Hisazuru sitting on a bridge beside a wooded hillside. Text and image via Blue Ruin, Japan

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