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- A Geisha dressed in the Genroku style, fashionable among Tokyo Geisha around She is showing her obi, tied in the Kichiya-musubi style, a knot named after Kamimura Kichiya (or Uemura Kichiya I) who was a popular Kabuki Actor during the Genroku period

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9 Principles of Japanese Art and Culture: Wabi-sabi (imperfect) Miyabi (elegance) Shibui (subtle) Iki (originality) Jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end) Yugen (mysterious) Geido (discipline and ethics) Ensou (the void) Kawaii (cute)

Dressed for an Odori, 1920s  A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.

Dressed for an Odori A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.people working with Basket . # at work Basket# Flower Basket

(circa 1910)

Geiko Yachiyo dressed for an Odori (Dance), holding a hat from the Heian Period. Yachiyo - was a famous Geiko (Geisha) from Osaka, known for her elegance and her lovely personality. People were said to weep with joy at the sight of her dancing.

Japaese Tayuu (Oiran) and Kamuro (attendant)

Maybe she's an Osaka tayu and that is a signature musubi of Shinmachi, like how we associate the manaita musubi with Yoshiwara oiran?

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