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thekimonogallery:

Traditional Japanese archery, called Kyudo

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taishou-kun:

Enomoto Chikatoshi 榎本 千花俊 (1898–1973)

Playing Yo-Yo - 1933

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reborn-in-the-sea:

Story by Seiichi Hayashi.

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blackcoffeecinnamon:


Yamamoto Shouun (1870-1965) 山本昇雲
Beauty and Birds, from the series Present Forms 今姿、1909

blackcoffeecinnamon:

Yamamoto Shouun (1870-1965) 山本昇雲

Beauty and Birds, from the series Present Forms 今姿、1909

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oni-fukucho:

Yamamura Toyonari (1885 - 1942) 
The Heroine Koman from Seki, 1923 
Series; The Complete Works of Chikamatsu Monzaemon, First Edition, circa 1922 - 1926


Beautiful image of the heroine Koman from Seki in the play “Tanba Yosaku Matsuyo no Komurobushi.” The beautiful prostitute and her lover, the packhorse driver Yosaku, have been forced to flee after Yosaku was accused of forcing another driver to commit a theft. Here, the beauty leads a horse by the reins as the pair makes its way into exile.

oni-fukucho:

Yamamura Toyonari (1885 - 1942)
The Heroine Koman from Seki, 1923 
Series; The Complete Works of Chikamatsu Monzaemon, First Edition, circa 1922 - 1926


Beautiful image of the heroine Koman from Seki in the play “Tanba Yosaku Matsuyo no Komurobushi.” The beautiful prostitute and her lover, the packhorse driver Yosaku, have been forced to flee after Yosaku was accused of forcing another driver to commit a theft. Here, the beauty leads a horse by the reins as the pair makes its way into exile.

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thedaintydollshouse:


“Girl in a Kimono” | An autochrome portrait of her daughter taken by Ethelreda Janet Laing, 1908

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bam-bie:


Opium den 1915

bam-bie:

Opium den 1915

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