Edo Period - Japan

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Geiko Kayo in winter dress, c. Kayo is dressed in winter clothes ready for a snowy day. This type of headscarf is called an Okoso-zukin. Era Kayo 江良加代 was a popular Geiko (Geisha) in Gion, Kyoto during the early Meiji period Samurai, We Are The World, People Of The World, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Geisha, Japanese Style, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

Geiko Kayo - in Winter Dress 1870s

Geiko (geisha) Kayo dressed in winter clothes ready for a snowy day. This type of headscarf is called an Okoso-zukin. Era Kayo 江良加代 was a popular geiko (geisha) in Gion, Kyoto, during the early Meiji period (1870s). At one time she became the mistress of Saionji Kinmochi (1849 – 1940), who was a politician, statesman and twice Prime Minister of Japan. Although, Kido Takayoshi (1833 – 1877), a statesman during the Meiji Restoration, pursued her and promised to pay for her stage costumes, he…

Japanese Painted Fern "Silver Falls" - contrast well with hostas and other shade. - Japanese Painted Fern “Silver Falls” – contrast well with hostas and other shade plants.

USA SELLER Silver Painted Japanese Fern 25 seeds

USA SELLER Silver Painted Japanese Fern 25 seeds

Samurai Warrior's Protective Mask - Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron Mascara Oni, Oni Mask, Japanese Mask, Culture Art, Arte Tribal, Art Premier, Samurai Armor, Cool Masks, Art Japonais

Inscribed by Myōchin Muneakira | Mask | Japanese | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: Inscribed on the underside of the chin: 正徳三癸巳歳二月吉辰明珍紀宗察行年三十一暦・於武江神田作之 Shōtoku san mizunoto-hebidoshi nigatsu kisshin Myōchin Ki no Muneakira gyōnen sanjūissai Bukō Kanda ni oite kore o tsukuru (Made by Myōchin Ki no Muneakira on a lucky day in the second month of Shōtoku three (1713), year of the snake, age 31, in Kanda, Edo, Musashi province

Samurai wearing jingasa and kamishimo. Hakama 袴 'trousers' traditionally formed part of an outfit called a kamishimo (上下 or 裃), worn by samurai and courtiers . Mystery of History Volume Lesson 63 Geisha Samurai, Samurai Swords, Samurai Outfit, Kendo, Samurai Tattoo, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Art

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Samurai wearing jingasa (specialized hat) and kamishino. Hand-colored photo, late 19th century, Japan.

Senshû of the Izumiya at Edo-machi itchôme in the New Yoshiwara, from an untitled series of courtesans under cherry blossoms at night 夜桜に遊女 「新吉原 江戸町一丁目 和泉屋内 泉州」 Japanese Edo period Artist Unknown, Japanese Japanese Art Prints, Japanese Drawings, Japanese Painting, Japanese Shrine, Ancient Japanese Art, Christianity In Japan, Oriental, Geisha Art, Paintings

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Courtesan. Woodblock print, mid-19th century, Japan, by an unknown artist.

For Sale on - A rare pair of antique Japanese Karashishi paintings in a landscape of rocks and peony flowers on gold leaf ground in fine handmade frames, Edo period, old school frases hombres hombres brazo ideas impresionantes japoneses pequeños tattoo Japanese Tattoo Words, Japanese Tattoo Meanings, Japanese Tattoo Designs, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Chinese Painting, Asian Artwork, Chinese Landscape Painting, Paintings

Pair Of Antique Japanese Paintings Of Karashishi, Edo Period, 18th Century

A rare pair of antique Japanese Karashishi paintings in a landscape of rocks and peony flowers on gold leaf ground in fine handmade frames, Edo period, early 18th century. The Karashishi (Chinese lion) and Komainu (Korean dog) are thought to have been introduced to Japan in around the 7th and 8th centuries AD. They are the lion-dog temple guardians of both Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples and have been placed at the entrances or in the eves of shrines and temples to ward off evil spirits…

A group of six pairs and a single menuki Edo period century)

A group of six pairs and a single menuki Edo period (19th century)

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A Yedo (Edo) chemist's recipe for black teeth dye from Tales of Old Japan by A. Fashion of Black Teeth in Old Japan

Edo Hairstyles by lilsuika on DeviantArt

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LEATHER BANTEN, Japan, late Edo period, cm There is evidence that reversible leather ‘haori’ coats (banten) have been used by samurai and other distinguished people during the whole Edo period . Silk Kimono, Kimono Jacket, Kimono Fashion, Boho Fashion, Shibori, Traditional Japanese Kimono, Japanese Geisha, Kabuki Costume, Modern Kimono

LEATHER BANTEN, Japan, late Edo period, cm 105x131. There is evidence that reversible leather ‘haori’ coats (banten) have been used by samurai and other distinguished people during the whole Edo period ...

Portland Japanese Gardens – I LOVE the Japanese garden gates - garden paths

Sashiko boro_kimono Boro is a Japanese word meaning “tattered rags” and it’s the term commonly used to describe patched and repaired cotton bedding and clothing lovingly used much longer than the normally expected life cycle. Japanese Textiles, Japanese Fabric, Japanese Sewing, Japanese Denim, Umgestaltete Shirts, Boro Stitching, Lavender Bridesmaid Dresses, Estilo Jeans, Estilo Hippy

Japanese Boro... le inspiration.

Beginning in the Edo period… Boro is a Japanese word meaning “ tattered rags” and it’s the term commonly used to describe patched and repaired cotton bedding and clothing lovingly used much longer ...