未来ちゃん 佐渡おけさ

Mirai-chan, a little girl in Sado, Niigata, Japan © Kawashima Kotori 未来ちゃん - So Cute! Japanese child ready to participate in a festival (matsuri)

"Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women).  Meiji or Taisho periods (1868-1927), Japan.  MET Museum (Met dates this garment at 1850-1950, which is very broad) (Gift of Mrs. Ray C. Kramer, 1958)"

Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women). Meiji or Taisho periods Japan. MET Museum (Met dates this garment at which is very broad) (Gift of Mrs. Ray C. Kramer, Love the cranes!

Butterfly Kimono, Kyoto, Japan

Masani houseki まさに宝石 (just jewelry) - Japan - May 2015 Source : Aru Ni~Tsu no…

Karuta Hajime - Karuta is traditional Japanese playing cards. On the 3rd of New Year, Japanese little girls in ancient kimono playing karuta.

Karuta Hajime - Karuta is traditional Japanese playing cards. On the of New Year, Japanese girls in ancient kimono playing karuta.

Boy dressed in ceremonial kimono, hakama and sword. Japan Shichigosan

Boy dressed in ceremonial kimono, hakama and sword. Japan Shichigosan - cute Hafu boy and a nice inspiration for A's outfit.

Very clever Japanese design from old jeans by Rina Karibe.

Art by Rina Karibe / Jūnihitoe is only for women to wear. This is the Japanese tradition clothing that come at century. This is the most expensive Japanese tradition cloth.

Inspiration for my geisha mannequin

tanuki-kimono: “ Nihongami: women hairstyle structure guide, by Penta This guide is a very nice start if you wish to draw (or try styling your hair ^^) in nihongami (Japanese hairdo).

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