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Kumanoza shrine, Kumamoto, Japan 熊野座神社

Kumanoza shrine, Kumamoto, Japan 熊野座神社

Japan 19th Century

Japan 19th Century

Japanese girl

Japanese girl

Vintage photo. Date unknown. Japan. S)

Vintage photo. Date unknown. Japan. S)

Maiko in Kyoto, Japan - I love everything about this shot.

Maiko in Kyoto, Japan - I love everything about this shot.

Kitsune 狐 significa zorro, animal que constituye un elemento de singular importancia en el folclore japonés, de hecho se utiliza para nombrar a un espíritu cuya función clásica es la de proteger bosques y aldeas.

Kitsune 狐 significa zorro, animal que constituye un elemento de singular importancia en el folclore japonés, de hecho se utiliza para nombrar a un espíritu cuya función clásica es la de proteger bosques y aldeas.

Geisha with a Japanese Phoenix Chicken. Circa 1890-1900.

Geisha with a Japanese Phoenix Chicken. Circa 1890-1900.

Shizuoka, Japan

Shizuoka, Japan

veiled Sannou Matsuri beauties, Japan

veiled Sannou Matsuri beauties, Japan

Japan

Japan

Mount Oe, Kyoto, Japan

Mount Oe, Kyoto, Japan

Japanese umbrellas, Wagasa 和傘

Japanese umbrellas, Wagasa 和傘

expression-venusia: “ .Winter,Japan Expression Photography ”

expression-venusia: “ .Winter,Japan Expression Photography ”

Japan, Heian Era, Suihatsu Style

Japan, Heian Era, Suihatsu Style

Bride wearing a kitsune mask

Bride wearing a kitsune mask

O-mikuji or Sacred Lots 1910s, Japan. O-mikuji (おみくじ) is a form of divination that relies on random chance to predict the answer to a question. Traditionally, a small box with a slot in one end is shaken until a bamboo stick falls out. The stick has a number that corresponds to a slip of paper on which the fortune is revealed. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

O-mikuji or Sacred Lots 1910s, Japan. O-mikuji (おみくじ) is a form of divination that relies on random chance to predict the answer to a question. Traditionally, a small box with a slot in one end is shaken until a bamboo stick falls out. The stick has a number that corresponds to a slip of paper on which the fortune is revealed. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr


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"Fuyajyou,yoshiwara" the end of the Edo period and Meiji Restoration

"Fuyajyou,yoshiwara" the end of the Edo period and Meiji Restoration

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Geisha

Vintage geshia women.  jj

Vintage geshia women. jj

Kamigamo shrine in snow, Kyoto, Japan: photo by 92san

Kamigamo shrine in snow, Kyoto, Japan: photo by 92san

Maiko Mamehana is dancing "Kurokami”

Maiko Mamehana is dancing "Kurokami”

Geisha

Geisha

Japanese girls

Japanese girls

"A alma é o lugar onde os sentimentos  são profundos demais para palavras.  Calamos não porque não tenhamos o que dizer,  mas porque não sabemos como dizer tudo  aquilo que gostaríamos de dizer." —Rubem Alves

"A alma é o lugar onde os sentimentos são profundos demais para palavras. Calamos não porque não tenhamos o que dizer, mas porque não sabemos como dizer tudo aquilo que gostaríamos de dizer." —Rubem Alves

Let's find some beautiful place to get lost.  Japan Nakasendo Walk

Let's find some beautiful place to get lost. Japan Nakasendo Walk

Oiran:花魁 | as The Queen or as the top Celebrity among citizens in The early modern period of Japan

Oiran:花魁 | as The Queen or as the top Celebrity among citizens in The early modern period of Japan

A Japan Air Lines, press photo from 1972

A Japan Air Lines, press photo from 1972

Geisha

Geisha

Gion-Odori, kimono. I performed odori dance for the first time at 4 years old. The last time I danced was around age 13.

Gion-Odori, kimono. I performed odori dance for the first time at 4 years old. The last time I danced was around age 13.

Modeling traditional accessories in Japan. Umbrella, uchikake (over-kimono), kimono, obi, kanzashi, and more.    Image via Pinterest

Modeling traditional accessories in Japan. Umbrella, uchikake (over-kimono), kimono, obi, kanzashi, and more. Image via Pinterest

kvetchlandia: “Uncredited Photographer Geiko (Geisha from Western Japan) Toba Reading Book c.1938 ”

kvetchlandia: “Uncredited Photographer Geiko (Geisha from Western Japan) Toba Reading Book c.1938 ”

japanese parasols | little girl with a parasol

japanese parasols | little girl with a parasol