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Men dressed in kariginu.

Men dressed in kariginu.

Men dressed in kariginu.

Men dressed in kariginu.

Men dressed in kariginu dancing.

Men dressed in kariginu dancing.

A man dressed in kariginu.

A man dressed in kariginu.

A woman dressed in junihitoe at a kimono photography experience.

A woman dressed in junihitoe at a kimono photography experience.

Men dressed in kariginu

Men dressed in kariginu

A Saiō (齋王), also known as "Itsuki no Miko"(いつきのみこ), was an unmarried female relative of the Japanese emperor, sent to Ise to serve at Ise Grand Shrine from the late 7th until the 14th century.

A Saiō (齋王), also known as "Itsuki no Miko"(いつきのみこ), was an unmarried female relative of the Japanese emperor, sent to Ise to serve at Ise Grand Shrine from the late until the century.

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