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Geisha

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‘Geiko & Sakura 3’ by Sam Ryan

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Kimono, Geiko or Geigi, in Kyoto Japan. Japanese Kimono, Japanese Girl, Japan Tag, Samurai, Turning Japanese, Japanese Aesthetic, Japanese Outfits, Nihon, Japanese Beauty

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「&w」(アンド・ダブリュー)は、朝日新聞デジタルマガジン&[and]が展開するメディアです。暮らしや人生の裏側にある「物語」をお届けします。

Japan-- a maiko, or trainee geisha, recognizable because of her more prominent makeup, more colorful kimono and her hairstyle. many pictures of 'geisha' are actually of maiko. Geisha Japan, Geisha Art, Yukata, Japanese Beauty, Asian Beauty, Geisha Samurai, Look Kimono, Kimono Japan, Japanese Costume

The Kimono Gallery

taishou-kun: “ Kimiho きみほ, maiko shogunzuka 将軍塚 from Miyagawa-chou 宮川町、Kyoto 京都 - Mai 2002 Source : Watanabesan, Flickr ”

Makiko performing the dance "Hanagasa" at Higashiyama Hanatouro, an event held in March every year in Kyoto. Hanagasa literally means flower hat. It is the name of the dance, and it is also the name of the two circular discs Makiko is dancing with. Japanese Geisha, Japanese Beauty, Japanese Kimono, Traditional Dresses, Traditional Art, Hina Matsuri, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Turning Japanese, Japan Art

Makiko at Higashiyama Hanatouro

Makiko performing the dance "Hanagasa" at Higashiyama Hanatouro, an event held in March every year in Kyoto. Hanagasa literally means flower hat. It is the name of the dance, and it is also the name of the two circular discs Makiko is dancing with.

Geisha Apprentices pass each other with a smile and a bow (by crossfire_dave) Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Costume, Japanese Culture And Traditions, Geisha Japan, Kyoto Japan, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Japanese Beauty, Yukata

Geisha Apprentices pass each other with a smile and a bow

Geisha Plum Blossom Tea Festival www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIfN41Snc0M

Shared by Nanou Noona. Find images and videos about japan and geisha on We Heart It - the app to get lost in what you love. Geisha Japan, Geisha Art, Japanese Beauty, Asian Beauty, Japanese Makeup, Kyoto, Afrique Art, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Turning Japanese

Nippon-Graph

Mizobuchi Hiroshi 溝縁ひろし Keshou o naoshi 化粧直し (fix make-up), Maiko 舞妓 at Gion 祇園, Japan - 1995

Maiko (apprentice geisha) Sayaka : Kyoto, Japan with blue kimono We Are The World, People Of The World, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Japanese Beauty, Asian Beauty, Photo Japon, Mode Bizarre, Memoirs Of A Geisha

Maiko (apprentice geisha) Sayaka : Kyoto, Japan / Japón

Maiko en Gion, Kioto, Japan / Japón ・日本・京都市・祇園 kimono / people / sayaka / japanese girl Mi segundo encuentro con el rostro más popular del Japón tradicional se dio durante el Miyako Odori (Bailes de los cerezos), en los que varias decenas de Maikos (aprendices de Geisha) y alguna que otra Geiko (las Geishas en si) vienen sorprendiendo al público del teatro Kaburenjo de Gion Kobu desde 1871. Es un espectáculo digno de verse y no lo suficientemente conocido (mi novia y yo éramos los únicos…

In Kyoto, for the Jidai matsuri festival a geisha embodies the famous female writer from the Heian period Murasaki Shikibu. Heian Era, Heian Period, Matsuri Festival, Authentic Costumes, Japanese Festival, Layered Fashion, Japanese Outfits, Japanese Style, Nihon

Dame Murasaki

In Kyoto, for the Jidai matsuri festival a geisha embodies the famous female writer from the Heian period Murasaki Shikibu. She is dressed in Heian imperial court full attire called junihitoe (Literally : twelve-layer robe). This is an extremely elegant and highly complex kimono that was only worn by court-ladies in Japan. The various layers are silk garments and are only discernible around the sleeves and the neck. The arrangements of the layers and their colours were a good indication to…