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葵祭(aoi-matsuri)2015斎王代(saioudai) KYOTO,JAPAN A woman dressed in junihitoe

葵祭(aoi-matsuri)2015斎王代(saioudai) KYOTO,JAPAN A woman dressed in junihitoe

Oriental Beauty

"Remember, geisha are not courtesans. And we are not wives. The very word "geisha" means artist.

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A postcard of the back of an Tayuu (Japanese Courtesan), showing her elaborate hairstyle. Her uchikake appears to have a Shi-Shi or Foo Dog motif.

Geiko

Japanese Traditional Hairstyle " Nihongami" in Tokyo, Japan

Kushi Matsuri (Comb Festival), Kyoto, Japan~ honors decorative combs used in traditional Japanese hair styling. Women wore long hair tied loosely in the back with a simple string until a flourishing economy brought out intricate hair styles with various binding/pinning techniques using hairpins/combs/bars/inserts, believed to magically endow a woman with pureness/essence of flowers. Combs expressed nearly every facet of a woman: her character, social class, religion, marriage, children.

Kushi Matsuri (Comb Festival), Kyoto, Japan

Kushi Matsuri (Comb Festival), Kyoto, Japan~ honors decorative combs used in traditional Japanese hair styling. Women wore long hair tied loosely in the back with a simple string until a flourishing economy brought out intricate hair styles with various binding/pinning techniques using hairpins/combs/bars/inserts, believed to magically endow a woman with pureness/essence of flowers. Combs expressed nearly every facet of a woman: her character, social class, religion, marriage, children.

Kimihiro, Toshikimi Okiya, Miyagawacho

Today in Miyagawacho: Erikae of Maiko Kimihiro of Toshikimi Okiya! What a surprise, I thought her sakkou stage would last one more week! She was a Maiko for over 5 and a half years, a quite long.

NIHONGAMI TUTORIAL 14 - Types of hairystyles for female, Tatane gami variations: Chigo mage [based on boy's style from Heian to Azuch Momoyama era, girl's style established during Edo era], Icho gaeshi [variation based on Icho mage, popular amongst teenagers to 20-year-olds, also Geisha and Dayuu in their 30s in Meiji era], Momoware [chonin girls from later Edo era to Showa period], by ShotaKotake.

I'm sick of seeing pieces related to Nihongami the Japanese traditional hair style such as Samurai, Geisha, Geiko, Maiko, that are visually and structur.

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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