Era Edo

Collection by Patricia Yumi Kariya

Patricia Yumi Kariya
Tasse mit unterschiedlichem Rock – the-pink-black – # mit unterschiedlichem # Rock … Coupe de différente jupe – la-rose-noire – - Praktisches Nähen Diy Clothing, Sewing Clothes, Clothing Patterns, Doll Clothes, Fashion Patterns, Dress Clothes, Dress Shoes, Shoes Heels, Sewing Hacks

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Samurai in Yokohama, ca. 1866 by Felice Beato. Rare photo of true samurai. Approximately two years after this photograph was taken, the samurai were abolished. Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Katana, Geisha, Bushido

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Rare photo of true samurai, circa 1866, Japan, by photographer Felice Beato. A year or two after this photograph was taken, the samurai were abolished, and with it the Japanese feudal system.

Maiko Girls learning to put sticks in their hair, socks in their thongs, sleeping on a bar. Japanese Geisha, Japanese Beauty, Japanese Kimono, Vintage Japanese, Kyoto, Era Edo, Albert Kahn, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Sapporo

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Actor in Samurai Armor. Photographer: Shinichi Suzuki (The model is *literally* a Suzuki Samurai) Geisha, Ronin Samurai, Samurai Armor, Real Samurai, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Art, Japanese Fashion

Suzuki Shin'ichi | Actor in Samurai Armor | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

An adventurous officer hailing from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Baron Raimund von Stillfried-Rathenitz was a painter and photographer who at times served as a diplomat and reporter; he set up a photographic studio in Japan in 1872

geisha - What a beautiful photo Ansel Adams, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Beauty, Asian Beauty, Geisha Japan, Geisha Art, Kyoto Japan


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nostalgia-gallery: “ Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha) from Tokyo playing a game of “guess who? Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Geisha, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Kimono, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

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Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha) from Tokyo playing a game of "guess who?", 1910s

Ponta and O-Yen with two Hangyoku “ “Ponta and O-Yen (Oen) were two famous Shinbashi Geisha. O-Yen (centre - standing) was renowned throughout Japan for her Cherry Dance and Ponta (far left). Japanese Geisha, Japanese Beauty, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Folklore, Asian Beauty, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

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Ponta and O-Yen with two Hangyoku 1890s by Blue Ruin1 on Flickr. Ponta and O-Yen with two Hangyoku 1890s Sorry everyone for my previous mistake – this really is O-Yen this time! Ponta and O-Yen (Oen)...

He is not Samurai. → "Japanese samurai warrior close up. Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Portrait, Ronin Samurai, Samurai Armor, Yakuza Style Tattoo, Samurai Photography, Time Photography

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by Michelle Drummey When talking about textiles, armor may not be the first word that comes to mind. One may conjure up pictures of heavy metal plates and mail. This is not the case for a...

Geisha Eiryu and snowman, late Meiji-era. Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese History, Traditional Japanese, Japanese Beauty, Asian Beauty, Yokohama, Era Edo, Photo Japon


You can see another nice variant image from the same photoshoot at Naomi no Kimono Asobi's photostream here : This is a nice studio image of a Geisha named EIRYU, who along with so many others, made fortunes for the owners of the Geisha Houses, photographers, and the postcard-sellers who peddled huge amounts of their photographs to both native and tourist alike. Photos such as this, with odd or unique content would always catch the eye. The snow…

Three cute maiko in the "three monkeys" pose. Momotaro is on the far left. Era Edo, Monkey Pose, Asian Image, Wise Monkeys, Japan Photo, Roaring Twenties, Historical Costume, Japanese Culture, Vintage Japanese

Three Maiko, 1920s

Three cute maiko in the "three monkeys" pose. Momotaro is on the far left.

a samurai in the traditional edo time period clothes. During the Edo period, only samurai where allowed to carry weapons, and many carried both their long-sword (katana) and shortsword (tanto) Ronin Samurai, Samurai Weapons, Samurai Art, Samurai Warrior, 47 Ronin, Japanese History, Asian History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art

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