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Geisha have an alluring neckline with the exposed skin. I like the exposed neck/shoulder line from the collar of the kimono Geisha Kunst, Geisha Art, Geisha Japan, Kimono Japan, Japanese Kimono, Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi, Michelle Yeoh, Memoirs Of A Geisha

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mipellesJapon 1940 la premiere mini-pelle voit le jour. C&premire minipelle verra le jour.A l& une marque Takeuchi. Un francais introduira la minipelle en europe sous la marque Pel-Job. Cette...

Geisha - The neck is considered to be the most erotic spot for Japanese. In a kimono, it must be neither too little nor too much revealed. Art Geisha, Geisha Kunst, Geisha Japan, Geisha Book, Japanese Beauty, Japanese Fashion, Asian Beauty, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Girl

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The pictures are NOT mine and I don't- always- know WHERE to find them! Sorry!

Courtesans, geisha, samurai warriors, women playing instruments and traditional games are among the subjects portrayed in the most unique photography series of Edo-era Japan displayed at the London Photograph Fair. Japanese History, Japanese Culture, 1800s Photography, Photography Series, Art Occidental, Meiji Era, Photo Vintage, Art Japonais, Samurai Warrior

江戸後期から明治時代にかけての日本の古写真の出所が明らかに : カラパイア

髪を洗う娼婦、武士、眠る赤子を優しく見守る母親など、江戸後期から明治時代にかけてのカラー化された日本の古写真は海外サイトで爆発的に取り上げられており、ネット上で見かけたことがある人も多いかと思う。 これらの写真は、1863年から1877年の間に写真家のフェリ

Iki doll by Hirata Goyo - Japanese Horror, Japanese Geisha, Vintage Japanese, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Trends, Valley Of The Dolls, Art Thou, Asian Doll

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「生人形」とは、まるで生きているようにリアルな人形細工のことです。 江戸末期から見世物として出発した歴史があるせいか、近代にはいっても正統な芸術品(彫刻)と みなされず、愛玩目的の「お人形さん」という置物の地位に甘んじてきたのです。 現代も...

The head of the living doll _ Meiji daughter body (chignon standing position) Tokyo National Museum Image ID: Column article number: Author: Yasumoto Kamehachi Age: Meiji era shape: Overall length Notebook Art, Meiji Era, Real Doll, Asian Doll, Ichimatsu, Anatomy Art, Living Dolls, Japan Art, National Museum

C0076211 生き人形_明治令嬢体(束髪立姿)の頭部 - 東京国立博物館 画像検索

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暑かったですね。サクラの舞う神社を行ったり来たり。今日もたくさん撮らせて頂きました♪ではさっそく掲載OKの方のみです☆おっと。。けいたくんが。。小学生!!!よ…

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“ Vạn sự trong nhân gian này đều là tầm thường, chỉ có bỏ qua mới có ung dung tự tại. Năm tháng tựa sương, nhìn núi non đường đá. Lúc trùng phùng đã là lá rụng núi trống, hạc về tăm không, nhân sinh đã buổi xế chiều.” Bạch Lạc Mai - Năm tháng tĩnh lặng, kiếp này bình yên.

Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend: photo by Kishin Shinoyama 坂東玉三郎(人間国宝) Art Asiatique, Turning Japanese, Art Japonais, Japanese Outfits, Noh Theatre, Japan Art, Japanese Beauty, Japanese Kimono, Maneki Neko

KISHIN SHINOYAMA

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. S)

Courtesans, geisha, samurai warriors, women playing instruments and traditional games are among the subjects portrayed in the most unique photography series of Edo-era Japan displayed at the London Photograph Fair. Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Geisha, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Kimono, Era Meiji, Edo Period Japan, Japan Outfit, Colorized Photos

江戸後期から明治時代にかけての日本の古写真の出所が明らかに : カラパイア

髪を洗う娼婦、武士、眠る赤子を優しく見守る母親など、江戸後期から明治時代にかけてのカラー化された日本の古写真は海外サイトで爆発的に取り上げられており、ネット上で見かけたことがある人も多いかと思う。 これらの写真は、1863年から1877年の間に写真家のフェリ