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vintage everyday: Beautiful Portraits of a Popular Tokyo Geisha of 100 Years Ago

This demure beauty was a popular Tokyo Geisha during the late Meiji era. If marriage was delayed (or never happened) her career as a Geisha .

Geisha Manryu 1910s by Blue Ruin1, via Flickr

Geisha Otomaru with her hair dressed in the Sokuhatsu style, which was introduced from the West during the late Meiji period (around this type of hairstyle is thought to be based on that of the Gibson Girl in America.

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Famous Mineko Iwasaki as Geiko. Eri-kae or "turning of the collar" is the stage when a maiko, after years of training, become Geiko. During this period they sport a hairstyle called Sakkou and dance a special number called Kurokami ("Jet-black Hair").

Hand-tinted photographs capture Japan on the brink of modernization

Hand coloured photo of Japanese tea house waitress, by Shinich Suzuki,

昭和初期の女性がかっこよすぎるwwwwwwwwww(※画像あり)

昭和初期の女性がかっこよすぎるwwwwwwwwww(※画像あり)

Geisha : the singing girl

Geisha : the singing girl

22 Amazing Vintage Photographs of Women Riding Side-Saddle from the Victorian Era

22 Amazing Vintage Photographs of Women Riding Side-Saddle from the Victorian Era ~ vintage everyday

New Year Card 1911 f

New Year Card 1911 f

Onna-bugeisha

smartchickscommune: “ “Onna-bugeisha was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the bushi(samurai) class in feudal Japan and were trained in the.

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