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Shunbaisai Hokuei, 1832

Shunbaisai Hokuei, 1832


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October 5 2014
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Ukiyo-e

Ukiyo-e


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October 5 2014
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Kitagawa Utamaro, 1795
A Pair of Lovers

Kitagawa Utamaro, 1795

A Pair of Lovers


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October 5 2014
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Nakamura Nakazo II
1796

Nakamura Nakazo II

1796


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October 5 2014
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Hasui, 1921
Sunset Glow at Yanaka

Hasui, 1921

Sunset Glow at Yanaka


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October 5 2014
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samuraitears:

Saito Toshimitsu on moonlight patrol by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

samuraitears:

Saito Toshimitsu on moonlight patrol by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

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September 28 2014

vi-ve:

Cat Witch of Okabe | Utagawa Kunisada

vi-ve:

Cat Witch of Okabe | Utagawa Kunisada

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September 28 2014

asashoryu12:

by Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900)

asashoryu12:

by Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900)

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September 19 2014

jibadojo:

Tenjiku Tokubei and Gama no Sennin, Mirror of Warriors of Our Country (Honchô musha kagami)

jibadojo:

Tenjiku Tokubei and Gama no Sennin, Mirror of Warriors of Our Country (Honchô musha kagami)

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September 7 2014

thekimonogallery:

The festival started sometime between 1716 and 1735 and was celebration that coincided with Kurosuke Inari festival at the Yoshiwara Shrine. The courtesans as well as patrons would wear fox masks and play music, dance, put on skits and then proceed in a procession with paper lanterns as the day melted into night in the heat of the 8th month.
Photography and text by  Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr.  Image taken August 3, 2014

thekimonogallery:

The festival started sometime between 1716 and 1735 and was celebration that coincided with Kurosuke Inari festival at the Yoshiwara Shrine. The courtesans as well as patrons would wear fox masks and play music, dance, put on skits and then proceed in a procession with paper lanterns as the day melted into night in the heat of the 8th month.

Photography and text by  Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr.  Image taken August 3, 2014

(Source: Flickr / rekishinotabi)


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August 22 2014

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