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taishou-kun: “ Kawakami Sadayakko 川上 貞奴 (1871-1946) on cover of Le théatre magazine as playing the Geisha in “La geisha et le chevalier” (The geisha and the knight) - France - October 1900 ”

taishou-kun: “ Kawakami Sadayakko 川上 貞奴 (1871-1946) on cover of Le théatre magazine as playing the Geisha in “La geisha et le chevalier” (The geisha and the knight) - France - October 1900 ”

Haruko with Maple Leaves 1914.  Geigi (geisha) Haruko of Tokyo. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Haruko with Maple Leaves 1914. Geigi (geisha) Haruko of Tokyo. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Teruha 照葉

Teruha 照葉

Chitose Momoe 千歳桃枝 - Japan - 1910s

Chitose Momoe 千歳桃枝 - Japan - 1910s

Geiko Toba (a famous geisha) reading a book.

Geiko Toba (a famous geisha) reading a book.

Sada Abe portrait c. 1935. On December 21, 1936 Abe was convicted of murder in the second degree and mutilation of a corpse. Abe's sentence was commuted on November 10, 1940, on the occasion of the 2,600th anniversary celebrations of the mythical founding of Japan, when Emperor Jimmu came to the throne.

Sada Abe portrait c. 1935. On December 21, 1936 Abe was convicted of murder in the second degree and mutilation of a corpse. Abe's sentence was commuted on November 10, 1940, on the occasion of the 2,600th anniversary celebrations of the mythical founding of Japan, when Emperor Jimmu came to the throne.

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「明日という字は、明るい日とかくのね・・・」|yaplog!(ヤプログ!)byGMO

「明日という字は、明るい日とかくのね・・・」|yaplog!(ヤプログ!)byGMO

13 year old indentured servant. (1900) “Yachiyo was a famous Geiko (Geisha) from Osaka, considered one of only three Meigi (talented or beautiful geisha) of the Meiji period (1868-1912). She became a Maiko at the age of thirteen. During the Meiji period girls usually became a Geiko (Geisha) around the age of fifteen or sixteen.”

13 year old indentured servant. (1900) “Yachiyo was a famous Geiko (Geisha) from Osaka, considered one of only three Meigi (talented or beautiful geisha) of the Meiji period (1868-1912). She became a Maiko at the age of thirteen. During the Meiji period girls usually became a Geiko (Geisha) around the age of fifteen or sixteen.”

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