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芸妓さんと舞妓さんのブログ : 画像

geisha-kai: “April maiko Tomitae of Gion Higashi under cherry blossoms by blue n white ”

The 9 Principles of Japanese Art and Culture: 1. Wabi-sabi (imperfect) 2. Miyabi (elegance) Shibui (subtle) Iki (originality) Jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end) Yugen (mysterious) Geido (discipline and ethics) Ensou (the void) Kawaii (cute)

9 Principles of Japanese Art and Culture: Wabi-sabi (imperfect) Miyabi (elegance) Shibui (subtle) Iki (originality) Jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end) Yugen (mysterious) Geido (discipline and ethics) Ensou (the void) Kawaii (cute)

maiko-san

This picture is marked 'maiko, Kyoto Japan' but this lady's nagajuban is completely white, which would usually mark her as a Geisha rather than an apprentice Maiko.

Inspiration

Masani houseki まさに宝石 (just jewelry) - Japan - May 2015 Source : Aru Ni~Tsu no…

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蘇利古 - [Garaku] Garaku are ancinet, ceremonial music and dances of the Imperial Court of Japan. The dances are known as Gagaku and the music as Kangen, which uses an orchestra composed of percussion, wind and stringed instruments.

arelativenewcomer: Costumes of high-ranking... | 日々是遊楽也

arelativenewcomer: “ Costumes of high-ranking courtesans, oiran, are among the most spectacular in kabuki. They are characterised by extravagance and effusion of colours and patterns.

Maiko attending Kumagaya Uchiwamatsuri, the Gion Festival or Toriokonawa, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, Japan, 2012, photograph by Mr. Dosu.

Maiko attending Kumagaya Uchiwamatsuri, the Gion Festival, Kyoto

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