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A junior maiko, only lower lip painted & the long silk petals point to her rank

tembonzuri:    Shichi-Go-San  Every November 15, three and seven year old girls and three and five year old boys participate in a rites of passage tradition called Shichi-Go-San, which means seven-five-three. In Japanese numerology,these numbers are considered lucky. The parents dress their kids in fancy kimono’s and go visit shrines. They are also given chitose ame which means thousand year candy which represents good health and longevity.

Girls Dressed in Kimono, Shichi-Go-San Festival (Festival for Three, Five, Seven Year Old Children) Photographic Print.omg so cute this is how im going to dress our little hirls for the chinese festivals hubby ♥

And finally here below we show Kimika as a mature and full fledged Geiko! Master of her craft and working independently in complete formal Geiko attire!

And finally here below we show Kimika as a mature and full fledged Geiko! Master of her craft and working independently in complete formal Geiko attire!

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