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pontassoltas: “ “… white umbrella with white clothes …” ”

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Kimono, wagasa, and sakura japanese umbrella geisha

PROPS- red parasol to pop out of gag gun. red to indicate intensity? a different bright color? possibly yellow

Japan - Japanese umbrellas, or "wagasa" 和傘

Green parasol in Japan

The Green Japanese Parasol .

a maiko henshin (tourist dressed as maiko) in kyoto | japanese culture #kimono

Beautiful Obi and the Wagasa

Taken at Itsukushima Shrine, MIyajima, Japan.

Japanese bride - traditional Shinto wedding kimono, the hood is worn before and during the ceremony and than removed to reveal the headband and traditional hairstyle and ornaments

.Japanese traditional event -Shichi Go San-: November 15th is the day of the Shichi-go-san or Seven-five-three festival in Japan. This is a traditional Japanese event to celebrate children's growth and pray for their future health and well-being.

This is so beautiful seeing little girls taking in after their Japanese heritage.This is a lovely girl dressed in the traditional Japanese outfit a Kimono with Geta's and the whole lot!

Gheishas

taishou-kun: “ Two Maiko on their way to evening appointments in Kyoto, Japan - 1961 Photography by Burt Glinn Source : Magnum photos ”

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Maiko (apprentice geisha) Takahina shelters from the rain under a red umbrella. Photo by Michael Chandler.

From Japan's past comes Japanese Archery, Kyuudo! With a divided skirt, the hakama... and kyuudo clothing... a glove fitted to the right hand called yugate, and a muneate, a chest protector, kyuudo girls are so charming! Check out these galant looking, cool kyuudo girls!

Cool and Dignified: Archery Girls - pixiv Spotlight

Three Maiko Girls with a Camera Maiko Hatsuko holding a camera, while two other Maiko girls (Apprentice Geisha) look on, a postcard from the mid

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This picture shows great contrast because one woman is in white and the other is in black. Seriously Ruined: MARY ELIZABETH & MAXINE ANASTASIA // By Lucia O'Connor McCarthy

Kyoto. Japan.

Kimonos are handmade, and geisha usually get kimonos designed just for them. Kimono prints and fabrics change with the seasons, but they are always made of silk. Geisha also spend about two hours just doing their makeup, hair, and putting on the kimono!

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bamboo walls and Maiko makeup

KYOTO. Gion Machi. The part of town where you'll likely see a geisha. It's more common to see the apprentice "maiko" than a geisha. Most people mistake a maiko for a geisha. Maikos wear a dangling obi and dangling hair ornament while geishas do not.

The part of town where you'll likely see a geisha. It's more common to see the apprentice "maiko" than a geisha. Most people mistake a maiko for a geisha. Maikos wear a dangling obi and dangling hair ornament while geishas do not.

Kyoto Japon http://tiendacostarica.cr/camaras-digitales/

Obi maiko The beautiful belt or waist wrapping on the Kimono of a Maiko, the apprentice Geisha, seen from the rear.

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