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thekimonogallery: Re-enactment of male youth of century Japan . Japan, chemigraph, by photographer Kazumasa Ogawa

Japan, Edo Era, Fukiwa Hairstyle: Worn by princesses and other nobility. Also worn by characters in traditional theater such as Shizuka Gozen and Princess Yaegaki. Modeled on a style worn by women who were engaged or had a pre-arranged marriage partner. Thought to have inspired the Katsuyama style, and later evolved into the Maru Mage rounded style.

Japan, Edo Era, Fukiwa Hairstyle: Worn by princesses and other nobility. Also worn by characters in traditional theater such as Shizuka Gozen and Princess Yaegaki. Modeled on a style worn by women who were engaged or had a pre-arranged marriage partner.

The Third Azuma Tozo as a Woman in a Black Kimono  Katsukawa Shunshô  (Japanese, 1726–1792)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: probably 1782 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

The Third Azuma Tozo as a Woman in a Black Kimono Katsukawa Shunshô (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: probably 1782 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print;

NIHONGAMI TUTORIAL 14 - Types of hairystyles for female, Tatane gami variations: Chigo mage [based on boy's style from Heian to Azuch Momoyama era, girl's style established during Edo era], Icho gaeshi [variation based on Icho mage, popular amongst teenagers to 20-year-olds, also Geisha and Dayuu in their 30s in Meiji era], Momoware [chonin girls from later Edo era to Showa period], by ShotaKotake.

I'm sick of seeing pieces related to Nihongami the Japanese traditional hair style such as Samurai, Geisha, Geiko, Maiko, that are visually and structur.

The chonmage is a traditional Japanese hairstyle which is usually linked to samurai and the Edo period. Traditionally, the hairstyle of chonmage features a shaved pate, and the rest of the hair is …

The chonmage is a traditional Japanese hairstyle which is usually linked to samurai and the Edo period. Traditionally, the hairstyle of chonmage features a shaved pate, and the rest of the hair is …

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