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Yachiyo II Playing a Kotsuzumi 1910s A hand-coloured postcard of Maiko…

Yachiyo II Playing a Kotsuzumi A hand-coloured postcard of Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) Yachiyo II of Osaka, playing a Kotsuzumi (small hand-drum).

Hakobi-temae 1910s (by Blue Ruin1) “ Osaka maiko (apprentice geisha) Yachiyo II, performing a hakobi-temae, now more commonly referred to as a hakobi-date, tea ceremony. Hakobi means “to carry”, temae means “the ritual preparation of tea”. This is...

Osaka maiko Yachiyo II, performing a hakobi-temae, tea ceremony, Hakobi means “to carry”, temae means “the ritual preparation of tea”.

CPA JAPON / Femme Geisha | cartes postales anciennes : japon | Ref: 10342 | collection-jfm.fr

CPA JAPON / Femme Geisha | cartes postales anciennes : japon | Ref: 10342 | collection-jfm.fr

Vintage Photos of Geisha Bathing Beauties

Vintage Photos of Geisha Bathing Beauties

Geisha from Osaka 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Although there is no name given, this photograph is dated 21 November 1945 Osaka, Japan.

"Japan’s fairest" holding a ‘temari’ thread-ball.  Hand-colored photo. Early 20th century, Japan The Kimono Gallery

thekimonogallery: ““Japan’s fairest” holding a ‘temari’ thread-ball.

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