Recreating Heian look on stage. Japan. The Heian period was a... - The Kimono Gallery

Kabuki actor, Bando Tamasaburo (五代目 坂東 玉三郎) - the National Living Treasure of Japan

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Japanese socks for kimono, Tabi 足袋

Japanese Tabi 足袋 socks, usually worn with kimono. These cuties have elegant goldfish hand-painted on them.

A Geiko with a Bonsai Tree 1930s

This vintage postcard from around the Japan, shows a Geiko (Geisha) standing beside a jardinière stand with a bonsai tree in bud.

The Geisha HAWARYU -- A Meiji-era Beauty from OLD JAPAN (10) by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr

During the late meiji era early century. HD Wallpaper and background photos of Popular tokyo geisha Hawaryu for fans of Geisha images.


More beautiful hand-colored work. This is from an album assembled during the first decade of 1900 in Japan by Katherine Wolcott and uncle Robert Hull Fleming.

TERUHA -- Teruha's life is the most well documented of all Geisha who appear in the myriad of images published during the Bakumatsu to pre-WW2 years of Old Japan.

TERUHA 1868 A. The Taisho era, the Meiji era. The world is the Westernization. The clothes which were regulated by social position and family's social standing, an occupation for freedom. The times when width of the fashion spread at a stretch.