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Kōdō 香道 - "Way of Incense" is the Japanese art of appreciating incense, and  is counted as one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement (kadō, or ikebana for flower arrangement, kōdō for incense, and sadō for the tea ceremony), but it is relatively unknown among modern Japanese people.

Kōdō 香道 - "Way of Incense" is the Japanese art of appreciating incense, and is counted as one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement (kadō, or ikebana for flower arrangement, kōdō for incense, and sadō for the tea ceremony).

Oiran (花魁) - Oiran were the highest class of courtesans in Edo (now known as Tokyo). An oiran was valued not only for her beauty and charm, but also her wit, knowledge, and skill in traditional Japanese arts. Their dress often consisted of layers of ornate kimono and extremely elaborate hairstyles, with one distinguishing feature being an obi tied at the front of the body rather than at the back. Though there are no longer any oiran left in Japan because of laws.

Oiran (花魁) - Oiran were the highest class of courtesans in Edo (now known as Tokyo). An oiran was valued not only for her beauty and charm, but also her wit, knowledge, and skill in traditional Japanese arts.

UKIYO - E.......BY SHARAKU........PARTAGE OF ARTIST SALON OF JAPAN.....ON FACEBOOK......

Toshusai Sharaku Japanese, active The Actor Yamashina Shirojuro as Nagoya Sanzaemon (Yamashina Shirojuro no Nagoya Sanzaemon)

Tokyo Otaku Mode Special Creator Rakusui’s new doujinshi *Hikari Gekijo* has arrived. This doujinshi features 16 pages of delicate illustrations. The main theme of this series is “Japanesque.” The illustrations are colorful, yet the colors are very soft, like what you see in traditional Japanese art. You will be pleasantly surprised with each turn of the page.

Hikari Gekijo

Tokyo Otaku Mode Special Creator Rakusui’s new doujinshi *Hikari Gekijo* has arrived. This doujinshi features 16 pages of delicate illustrations. The main theme of this series is “Japanesque.” The illustrations are colorful, yet the colors are very soft, like what you see in traditional Japanese art. You will be pleasantly surprised with each turn of the page.

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