Former football player Hidetoshi Nakata in kimono ordered from Fukumi Shimura

Former football player Hidetoshi Nakata in kimono ordered from Fukumi Shimura

maiko katsuna

maiko katsuna

Photo of Yoshiwara courtesan Komurasaki, Taisho period. Japan.

Photo of Yoshiwara courtesan Komurasaki, Taisho period. Japan.

Maiko, Kyoto, Japan

Maiko, Kyoto, Japan

まめ藤 mamefuji 舞妓 maiko 祇園甲部 KYOTO JAPAN

まめ藤 mamefuji 舞妓 maiko 祇園甲部 KYOTO JAPAN

maiko hinayuu | japanese culture #kimono

maiko hinayuu | japanese culture #kimono

The Taisyo Empress Teimei. 1884-1951. (It is not right to actually call "Empress".   The right name of Japanese Emperor is "Kougou" or " Kougou-Heika".)   Taisyo era.

The Taisyo Empress Teimei. 1884-1951. (It is not right to actually call "Empress". The right name of Japanese Emperor is "Kougou" or " Kougou-Heika".) Taisyo era.

geisha

geisha

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

石原さとみ Satomi Ishihara

石原さとみ Satomi Ishihara

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