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Group portrait of an elegant Japanese woman in a kago (palanquin) carried by two bearers. The bearers have traditional hairstyles and clothing and are holding ikizue (breath sticks) to regulate their breathing while walking. They are wearing straw sandals. A paper umbrella is placed on the roof, the common place to put the luggage of passengers.

Group portrait of an elegant Japanese woman in a kago (palanquin) carried by two bearers.

【海外の反応】 「七人の侍の世界は本当だった!」 150年以上も前の日本の写真を見た外国人

Poster-Vintage Photography-Felice Beato 18 Poster created by lovearthouse.

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The dominate line is vertical. It makes the room feel taller, but trash and oddly placed items remove the benefit of height to the room. To improve the room, i would clear the middle space out and put in more horizontal lines.

(animated stereo) Maiko meeting in Meiji-era japan by Thiophene_Guy, via Flickr

(animated stereo) Maiko meeting in Meiji-era japan by Thiophene_Guy, via Flickr

Samurais and courtesans: Japan caught in colour back in 1865 – in pictures

Samurai and courtesans: Japan caught in colour back in 1865 – in pictures

Ordinary: Not all of the photos feature courtesans and samurai - this shot shows a mother tenderly watching her sleeping child. Photo taken by Felice Beato between 1863 and

艺伎【日本,1870年代】

艺伎【日本,1870年代】

AN AFTERNOON LUNCH in OLD JAPAN  Here we have what looks like a more candid "Shajo" (improvised outdoor studio) style image, believed to have been published in the late in the 1880s by the younger Shinichi Suzuki --- son-in-law to namesake photographer Shinichi Suzuki the Elder. However, the CHONMAGE (Top Knot) on the guy gives it an 1870s feel, and the younger Susuki might have been issuing some of his father-in-laws images.

AN AFTERNOON LUNCH in OLD JAPAN Here we have what looks like a more candid "Shajo" (improvised outdoor studio) style image, believed to have been published in the late in the 1880s by the younger Shinichi Suzuki --- son-in-law to namesake photographer Shinichi Suzuki the Elder. However, the CHONMAGE (Top Knot) on the guy gives it an 1870s feel, and the younger Susuki might have been issuing some of his father-in-laws images.

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Tonto’s father private photography Ice cream アイスクリーム - Japan - November 1957

Bride delivery, ca.1900-1910 by Tamamura Kozaburo

Lantern-slide image published by T. TAKAGI of Kobe. Actual photo attributed to KOZABURO TAMAMURA who sold all of his image stock to Takagi.

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From as early as the photographers were adding colour to their prints, painting with dyes. They then started to experiment in the darkroom, adding coloured pigments to their positive prints. Adding colour to landscapes ‘ Odawara’ Felice Beato, 1864

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