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umeno-okiya: “ “Maiko Umechie in front of a peacock wallscreen ” (SOURCE) ”

umeno-okiya: “ “Maiko Umechie in front of a peacock wallscreen ” (SOURCE) ”

Japanese ladies in kimono with traditional umbrellas

Japan - Women wearing matching kimono holding blue bangasa traditional umbrellas in the Hanagasa Gyoretsu parade during summer in Kyoto


Sekiguchi in Evening Takahashi Shōtei (Hiroaki) (Japan, Japan, before 1936 woodblock print Japanese Art

The Hell Courtesan (Jigoku-dayû) / Chikanobu

The Hell Courtesan (Jigoku-dayû) Jigoku dayu zu 地獄太夫図 Japanese, Edo period - Meiji era, latter half of the century Hashimoto Chikanobu, Japanese,


oldpainting: “ Utamaro Kitagawa, A beauty is putting cosmetics on in front of a mirror. Found in Artelino. Utamaro Kitagawa, Beauty in front of Mirror, ”

Gorgeous Japanese fabric. detail , SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Bingata-dyed fabrics"

bingata-dyed fabrics are characterized by strong distinctive patterns developed under the influence of seafaring trade between china, southeast asia, and japan from the or century. from suntory museum of art.

Woman Playing with Cat. Edo Period 1843-47. Utagawa Kunisada

Woman Playing with Cat, from the series Fabrics to Order in Current Taste (Atsurae ori jisei konomi) 「誂(あつらへ)織時世好」 猫と遊ぶ美人 Japanese Edo period (Tenpô Artist Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III) (Japanese,

Maiko Hinayuu

芸妓さんと舞妓さんのブログ (March open air tea ceremony with maiko.

dorkybella: “ lovestoryinhistory: “ Geiko 2 by Sam Ryan Mr. on Flickr. ” I want one! My very own Kimono! :( ”

An entry from Emilialua

), geiko (芸子) or geigi (芸妓) are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance-maiko are apprentice geisha by Sam Ryan