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新日本髪

新日本髪

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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.

Today's Japanese long-sleeved kimono

Takahashi Mari 高橋茉莉 (JELLY model) for Princess kimono プリンセス振袖 collection…

Scan B3.  Scans from book: 300 years of Japanese women’s appearance, kimono, kanzashi etc. ISBN4-87940-541-8.  The embroidered furisode and brocade’technique obi appear to date from the second half of the 19th century.  Image scanned by Lumikettu of Flickr

Scan Scans from book: 300 years of Japanese women’s appearance, kimono, kanzashi etc. The embroidered furisode and brocade’technique obi appear to date from the second half of the century.

素敵なご婚礼担当させて頂きました(^O^)/ 和装二点に洋装2点 洋髪は新日本髪を結わせて頂きました 新日本髪に生花 とっても綺麗でした♡ 白無垢は綿帽子で可愛らしく。 お色直し、...

素敵なご婚礼担当させて頂きました(^O^)/ 和装二点に洋装2点 洋髪は新日本髪を結わせて頂きました 新日本髪に生花 とっても綺麗でした♡ 白無垢は綿帽子で可愛らしく。 お色直し、...

Kosen during Hatsu Ebisu

geisha-kai: “ Tokai Ebisu 2010 with maiko Kosen and Sakiko (SOURCE) During the New Year period Kyoto citizens visit the Ebisu Shrine to meet with maiko and shrine maidens.

Oiran (花魁) - Oiran were the highest class of courtesans in Edo (now known as Tokyo). An oiran was valued not only for her beauty and charm, but also her wit, knowledge, and skill in traditional Japanese arts. Their dress often consisted of layers of ornate kimono and extremely elaborate hairstyles, with one distinguishing feature being an obi tied at the front of the body rather than at the back. Though there are no longer any oiran left in Japan because of laws. #makeup #hair #japan…

Oiran (花魁) - Oiran were the highest class of courtesans in Edo (now known as Tokyo).

Geisha or Maiko (geisha in training)

Probably, I think that she is not a geisha girl but "Maiko." As for her, on conditions, it is too young that the geisha girl has the completed art-entertainments. A severe long lesson is required to become a geisha girl.

Japanese, Bunkin Takashimada Samurai Bride Style

Displaying the traditional kanzashi hair ornaments, she looks down as her assistants ensure that her shiro-maku wedding dress is hanging perfectly with creases exactly where they're supposed to be. See my Meiji Shrine set for more.

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