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1910's. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is holding a sensu (folding fan). This postcard was published sometime between 1907 and 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan

1910's. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is holding a sensu (folding fan). This postcard was published sometime between 1907 and 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan

1910's. Woman with Handkerchief. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is holding a handkerchief to her chin. This postcard was published sometime between 1907 and 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan.

1910's. Woman with Handkerchief. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is holding a handkerchief to her chin. This postcard was published sometime between 1907 and 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan.

1920's. Woman in Kimono Writing. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is writing a letter or poem. This postcard was published sometime after 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan (see Woman with Rose).

1920's. Woman in Kimono Writing. A young Japanese woman in kimono and traditional hairstyle is writing a letter or poem. This postcard was published sometime after 1918. During the early 20th century, picture postcards of bijin (beautiful women) were extremely popular in Japan (see Woman with Rose).

Photograph of maiko in kimono with uchiwa. In Kyoto. Uchiwa: Uchiwa is a tool to make a wind by fanning it. Kanzashi: Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in traditional Japanese hairstyles. Date : c.1870s. | eBay!

Photograph of maiko in kimono with uchiwa. In Kyoto. Uchiwa: Uchiwa is a tool to make a wind by fanning it. Kanzashi: Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in traditional Japanese hairstyles. Date : c.1870s. | eBay!

Young maiko holding a doll. 1910. One of the ubiquitous photographs of Maiko (geisha/prostitutes in training) with dolls. It was apparently sexy for them to look even more childlike than they really were.

Young maiko holding a doll. 1910. One of the ubiquitous photographs of Maiko (geisha/prostitutes in training) with dolls. It was apparently sexy for them to look even more childlike than they really were.

Theatrical photo from about the 1920’s, Japan. The checkerboard-motif kimono is quite different.

Theatrical photo from about the 1920’s, Japan. The checkerboard-motif kimono is quite different.

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