Japanese Women Combed Hairstyles -- a to z

"Genroku style or appearance" first came into fashion among Tokyo Geisha around 1905, in imitation of the dress and hairstyles that were in vogue during the…
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Ko-ichiki こ-うちき 小袿 -- Sagegami 下げ髪 (see also under "Japanese Kitsuke Trending")

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Harunobufūshimada/Mid-Edo period

Kougaimage 笄髷 (こうがいまげ)

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Icchoukuzushi 銀杏崩 (いっちょうくずし)

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(R) Kata Hazushi 片外 [かたはずし]

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Kyofu Shimada 京風 島田 (きょうふう しまだ)

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Hakesaki 刷毛先 (はけさき ) brush tip -- [Tekomai festival]

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Touroubin Katsutama 勝山髷( かつやま) -- Katsuyama Mage勝山髷(かつやま まげ)

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Nihongami Tutorial 22 by ShotaKotake on @DeviantArt

Yakko Shimada 奴島田 ( やっこ しまだ ) [a black kimono-donned maiko]

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Nihongami Tutorial 22 by ShotaKotake on @DeviantArt

Gakuya Icho 楽屋銀杏 (がくや いちょう) -- Icho Gaeshi (R)

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Fukiwa 吹輪 ( ふきわ ) [since early Edo Period]

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Backside Treatment of the Combed Hair --

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Kanmurishita Mage 冠 下髷 (かんむり した まげ) - Heian Period Male Hairstyle

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Nara Jidai no Koukei 奈良時代 の 高髪 (なら じだい の こうけい)

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Wakashu Mage no Henreki 若衆髷 の 遍歴 (わかしゅ まげ の へんれき)--Metamorphosis of Wakashu Hairstyle (17th c. to mid-18th c.)

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【花魁】吉原遊女ヘアカタログ【資料】 [5]
【花魁】吉原遊女ヘアカタログ【資料】 [5]

Tenjin Mage 天神 髷 ( てんじん まげ ) [Revisited]

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Ichidome いち止 (いちどめ)

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袿

Ponytail tie

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日本髪っぽく自分で自毛結いの結い方を一枚にまとめました how to make your hair in japanese style

Shimada Nage 島田 投げ(R)

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Wareshinobu 割しのぶ ( われしのぶ ) [R]

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Ofuku ( おふく )

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本通7丁目辻出発⇒大川町「おび通り南側広場」へ

Yoko Hyogo 横 兵庫 (よこ ひょご ) - horizontal

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Maiko Momotaro - Sakkou Hairstyle 1920s | via Blue Ruin 1 at Flickr 8289984892 • “Originally believed to be worn by married women of the merchant class during the late Edo period (1603-1868), starting in the Meiji era (1868-1912) the sakkou was the hairstyle worn by apprentice geisha in the weeks leading up to their debut as full-fledged geisha.“
Maiko Momotaro - Sakkou Hairstyle 1920s | via Blue Ruin 1 at Flickr 8289984892 • “Originally believed to be worn by married women of the merchant class during the late Edo period (1603-1868), starting in the Meiji era (1868-1912) the sakkou was the hairstyle worn by apprentice geisha in the weeks leading up to their debut as full-fledged geisha.“

Sakkou 先笄 ( さっこう ) Looks - 6 hairstyles [see also [ 'Saki Kougai Mage' ]

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ブリタニカ国際大百科事典 小項目事典 - 島田髷の用語解説 - 略して島田ともいう。日本髪の一種。女髷で,特に婚礼時の結髪に用いられた。髪の根を高く結ぶのを文金高島田,低く結ぶのをつぶし島田という。前者は上流の女性が,後者は中流以下の娘が好んで結った。また商家の娘はつぶし島田の上に結綿 (...
The First Shimada Hairstyle in the New Year, woodcut by Shinsui ITO

Shimada Mage 島田髷 (しまだ まげ)

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Geiko & Maiko — November 2013: Geiko Kofuku (Shigemori Okiya) of...
Geisha

Chasengami 茶筅髪 (ちゃせんがみ)

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Chigomage or Chigowage稚児髷 (ちごまげ or ちごわげ) [R]

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