Geiko Tomigiku dressed for the Miyako Odori (1920)

Geiko Tomigiku dressed for the Miyako Odori Tomigiku in a dancing pose for the Miyako Odori (Cherry Dance) in Kyoto. By Blue

Maiko Fumi and Friend (1940)    “Maiko Fumi on the right-hand side in the green kimono, with another unidentified Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) in orange. Early 30's - 40's

okiya: Maiko Fumi and Friend “Maiko Fumi on the right-hand side in the green kimono, with another unidentified Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) in orange. A vintage postcard from the late or early (source)

Maiko Kimika during her sakkou period - when a maiko is in the last stages before becoming a geisha. Kyoto, Japan | photo by watanabe san on Flickr

Maiko Kimika during her sakkou period - when a maiko is in the last stages before becoming a geiko or geisha. May Photography by watanabe san.

Maiko Fumi with an Ichimatsu Ningyo doll 1940

Maiko Fumi with an Ichimatsu Ningyo doll 1940

Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year!

Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year! Japan in Spring Time wedding theme

Kimono Japan, Japanese Kimono, Modern Kimono, Kimono Fashion, Kimonos, Geisha Art, Kimono

明治時代の写真

Photograph number in the catalogue of over images by the Kusakabe Kimbei Studio of Yokohama, entitled “Kioto Dancing Girl”. This hand-coloured albumen photograph shows a maiko (apprentice geisha) from Kyoto dressed in an elaborate dove motif kimono.

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