Geisha

I think a Geisha is one of the most beautiful things in the world. I wish I could go to Japan for the cherry blossoms and Geisha.too bad I hate Japanese food.

Beautiful Japan

Beautiful Japan Fashion and Designer Style

The baeauty of a Kimono! アップした写真以外にも、続々新作の和装を入荷中!!

Elegant hairdo and the beauty of a Kimono!

Autumn Leaf Obi--an exquisite photo of young geisha looking out at the river. Probably from the 1930s

An exquisite photo of a young geisha looking out at the river, probably from the Nice Japanese Maple leaves motif on her kimono and obi.

yukata

I really want to own a yukata someday

Hanging decorations. Could be used for ceremony space, behind the main table where the wedded couple eat or as a photobooth backdrop

The traditional Japanese wedding dress would look mesmerizing at the wedding ceremony.

"Flowers". Ukiyo-e woodblock print. 1811, Japan. Artist Utagawa Toyokuni I

Ukiyo-e - Woodblock print - 1811 - Artist Utagawa Toyokuni I ~

IKEDA SHIGEKO collection

Tuck a coordinating hakoseko and a fan in your obi.

A Japanese farmer girl, in traditional clothing, carrying a basket, 1921. National Geographic. Note the high geta with covered toes.

A Japanese farmer girl, in traditional clothing, carries a basket.

A Miko of old Japan. Miko, or “shrine maidens”, are women that perform Kagura (Shinto theatrical dances).

Kusakabe Kimbei 日下部 金兵衛 - A Miko 巫女 (Shrine Maiden) performing a Kagura 神楽 (a Shinto “God entertainment” dance) - Japan - Hand colored albumen print -

Aoi Yu

this is what japanese beauty is.

Japanese wedding

There was a Japanese wedding at our hotel in Hakone. The bride wore a ceremonial kimono much like this one. It was a huge and beautiful wedding. We wanted to stay and watch, but our bus was leaving. We on our way to Atami and Kyoto.

Yu Aoi - kimono

Japanese famous actress, Yu Aoi,her kimono style is very very nice!

Scan A1. Scans from book: 300 years of Japanese women’s appearance, kimono, kanzashi etc. ISBN4-87940-541-8. An incredible set of shots of a tayuu (courtesan) dress. The opulant heavily-embroidered uchikake (outer kimono) and obi appear to date to the mid-19th century.

Scan Scans from book: 300 years of Japanese women’s appearance, kimono, kanzashi etc. An incredible set of shots of a tayuu (courtesan) dress. The opulant heavily-embroidered uchikake (outer kimono) and obi appear to date to the century.

Yu Aoi...Doo inaka style??!!

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