Theatrical costume | Japanese | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Costumes and Decorative Arts of Japan," February 16, 1956–May 1956.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Vanity Fair: A Treasure Trove from the Costume Institute," December 15, 1977–September 3, 1978
OIRAN -- QUEEN OF THE PROSTITUES -- or, Setting an Example For the Young Girls of Old Japan (#6)
[SAME CAPTION #1 - #5) Ca.1900-1915 photos of "Japan's Finest"....Prostitutes, that is. NOTE !!! The below caption, while historically accurate, contains sarcastic commentary about a certain aspect of Japan's glorified culture of prostitution. If sarcastic commentary about such a delicate subject is not your "thing", and offense is easily taken, I would advise you to avoid the below caption, and read a more SERIOUS commentary about the OIRAN and TAYUU here at this photo…
See the World Through Pattern and Colour
talefromtheeast: “ ketsudan: “ talefromtheeast: “ (via p1512282630 — TOPIT.ME 收录优美图片) ” It’s actually a kimono from Japan, not Hanfu, but it’s still gorgeous and I want it. ” Sorry, but no, it isn’t...
Yuzuru Hanyu Fairy - Fanyu ❤🌹🍀😎 (@yuzuru_fairy)
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