Maiko Henshin japanese girl at Sannen-zaka street, Kyoto, Japan
Sannen-zaka Street is my preferred place in Kyoto, especially for the particular animation inside (lots of shops and traditional dressed people). Even some tourists could dress the traditional way here, very nice idea I did not dare to apply since I was alone ☺ Here's more informations from Fuyou-hime (www.flickr.com/photos/24146447@N04/): That style of make-up is worn by geisha and maiko, it is usually called shiro-nuri (white lacquer) or o-shiroi (which is the name of the white face…
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PAGODA UNDER MOON
THIS IMAGE is one of several examples of a largely ignored facet of Old Japanese Photography -- a genre called "TAISHO ART" or "TAISHO PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY". The pictorialism movement in Japan reached its peak during the reign of EMPEROR TAISHO (1912-26), thus the name attached to the genre. See the extended comments at the set link for PICTORIALISM IN OLD JAPAN just to the right of this picture.
A festa ficou leve: rolinhos de salmão
Petisco light. Troque a empadinha por entradas à base de salmão, que garantem a proteína que você precisa sem estrapolar nas calorias. Muito pelo contrário!
Iaido – Yasukuni Shrine
One of the most elegant but least well known of the Japanese martial arts family of Budo, is the art of drawing the sword, or iaido (居合道). Unlike most martial arts in Japan iaido is practiced witho…