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A portrate of a lady in kimono. The photo was taken in 1930's.

Geiko Toba reading a book. 1938 Geiko Toba とば reading a book - Japan - 1938

samurai women... well i have no comment on what to think...what they were thinking.

thekimonogallery: “ Portrait of what looks to be two Kabuki actors. Hand-colored photo, about Japan.

c. late 1800s: Onna-bugeisha - “Female Samurai"

"Woman in sensible armor! A rare vintage photograph of an onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan. Often mistakenly referred to as “female samurai”, female warriors have a long history in Japan.

Maiko Tomigiku of Gion Kobu playing the tsuzumi hand-drum; 1910s. Tomigiku-san became a Maiko in the very late Meiji Period (1868-1912) and worked as a Geiko until the early Shōwa Period (1926-1989). She was already popular as a Maiko and became...

“…During the years Taisho 10 and Taisho 11 and Tomigiku was one of the great beauties of Kyoto. With her long eyelashes, and watery eyes reflecting the light, it.

Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

Love her hair

Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

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“Three Maiko Girls with a Camera”, Japan c. 1920s.

Three Maiko Girls with a Camera Maiko Hatsuko holding a camera, while two other Maiko girls (Apprentice Geisha) look on, a postcard from the mid

Anna Pavlova in costume for her Russian dance - 1910’s

This is a colourization of the famous Russian Ballerina Anna Pavlova in the Russian costume kokoshnik. She was very determined to become a ballerina fro. Anna Pavlova in kokoshnik

A Maiko in a Ceremonial Kimono 1920s

“The maiko [apprentice geisha] and geiko [geisha] have two sets of ceremonial crested kimono one for winter, the other for summer… The maiko’s kimono, which is of winter weight, plus.

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