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japaneseaesthetics:

Visit to Kasuga Shrine.  ink and color on silk.  About 1920’s, Japan.  Artist Itô Shôha, 1877-1968

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taishou-kun:

Unknown photographerJapanese nurse dressed in black - "1000 contemporary figures" - Hand coloured postcard - 1905

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japaneseaesthetics:

Beauty on Fan with Flowers.  .  ink and color on silk.  About 1850’s, Japan.  Artist Ikeda Koson

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pmikos:

Netsuke depicting Raiden, the god of wind, thunder and lightning, Japan, 19th century, carved ivory.

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Japonisme in fashion.

Woman’s Kimono-Style Dressing Gown with Sash, late 19th - early 20th century Costume/clothing nightwear/entire body, Gown: silk crepe with silk embroidery; sash: silk plain weave with silk embroidery and silk knotted fringe, a) Gown center back length: 53 1/2 in. (135.89 cm); a) Gown width: 57 in. (144.78 cm); b) Sash length: 108 in. (274.32 cm)

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taishou-kun:

neo-japanesque:

好きな絵。 - はてなハイク

中原淳一 nakahara junichi (junichi nakahara) 1913 - 1983

Memories of Nakahara Junichi おもいで の 中原淳一 (1913-1983) - cover book - 1980s

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taishou-kun:

Misono no omokage 御園のおもかげ (Vestige of your garden) Vol. 2

O keshou お化粧 (Make-up) Thema

Photographer : Sakurai Eiji 桜井英次 - 1923

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