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Hunting Fireflies by Kajima Seibei This black and white photograph of threehangyoku (young geisha) from the Shinbashi geisha district of Tokyo huntingfireflies, was taken in 1897 by Kajima Seibei.

Kamuro 1913 (by Blue Ruin1)    Both her hairstyle and the way her obi (sash) is tied, suggest that she is a Kamuro (child attendant for an Oiran or Tayuu) rather than a Maiko (Apprentice Geisha).

Kamuro 1913 Both her hairstyle and the way her obi (sash) is tied, suggest that she is a Kamuro (child attendant for an Oiran or Tayuu) rather than a Maiko (Apprentice Geisha).

Osaka maiko Yachiyo II, performing a hakobi-temae, tea ceremony, 1910s. Hakobi means “to carry”, temae means “the ritual preparation of tea”.

Hakobi-temae Osaka maiko (apprentice geisha) Yachiyo II, also known as Koyachiyo (Little Eternity), performing a hakobi-temae, now more commonly referred to as a hakobi-date, tea ceremony.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "SHIGERU ONDA"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "SHIGERU ONDA"

A Geisha from the Shinbashi geisha district in Tokyo, dressed to dance a male role in a Genroku odori, around 1905

Genroku Style - Male Role A Geisha from the Shinbashi geisha district in Tokyo, dressed to dance a male role in a Genroku odori, around 1905

yorkeantiquetextiles:    Detail of original image: “Kiku no Sekku 1910.  An oversize commemorative postcard, showing Geiko (Geisha) Yachiyo seated on the right with okimayu (moth eyebrows) worn by Ladies of the Imperial Court during the Heian period".  Follow link to view full image.  Text and image via Blue Ruin1 on Flickr

yorkeantiquetextiles: Detail of original image: “Kiku no Sekku An oversize commemorative postcard, showing Geiko (Geisha) Yachiyo seated on the right with okimayu (moth eyebrows) worn by Ladies of the Imperial Court during the Heian period"

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