Tiziana Figaro

Tiziana Figaro

Tiziana Figaro
Altre idee da Tiziana
Japanese Taiko (Drum). 1,000 years ago used as military instruments and as time keepers for daily village life. It came to be associated with religious activities. In later periods, the Taiko was played as a centerpiece at festivals,

Japanese Taiko (Drum). 1,000 years ago used as military instruments and as time keepers for daily village life. It came to be associated with religious activities. In later periods, the Taiko was played as a centerpiece at festivals,

Geisha / Maiko (Kyoto, Japan) by marcusuke, via Flickr

Geisha / Maiko (Kyoto, Japan) by marcusuke, via Flickr

Suisen Kanzashi    Located : Miyako-Messe in Okazaki area, Kyoto.    Gion Higashi Maiko girl : Kanoyumi san

Suisen Kanzashi Located : Miyako-Messe in Okazaki area, Kyoto. Gion Higashi Maiko girl : Kanoyumi san

Japanese etiquette: A lady always covers her mouth when smiling or laughing. I was never taught this, but do it instinctively anyway - well, with laughing, that is.

Japanese etiquette: A lady always covers her mouth when smiling or laughing. I was never taught this, but do it instinctively anyway - well, with laughing, that is.

Okobo = Clogs that maiko puts on in Japan... but I'm into this color combination of small red pattern and looser white...

Okobo = Clogs that maiko puts on in Japan... but I'm into this color combination of small red pattern and looser white...

Repinning this just because I love the motif of "fuji" (wisteria) on any kimono- especially purple and white kimono.  I don't know much about geiko and maiko, though, so don't ask. ^^; // Maiko

Repinning this just because I love the motif of "fuji" (wisteria) on any kimono- especially purple and white kimono. I don't know much about geiko and maiko, though, so don't ask. ^^; // Maiko

.such a pretty lil thing

.such a pretty lil thing

A lakeside tea room (and maybe place for meditation?)Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

A lakeside tea room (and maybe place for meditation?)Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

Nigirizushi, Japan

Nigirizushi, Japan

Toh-shiya (Archery Contest) at Sanjusangen-do Temple, Kyoto, Japan

Toh-shiya (Archery Contest) at Sanjusangen-do Temple, Kyoto, Japan