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La primavera y el geisha

Kimonos are handmade, and geisha usually get kimonos designed just for them. Kimono prints and fabrics change with the seasons, but they are always made of silk. Geisha also spend about two hours just doing their makeup, hair, and putting on the kimono!

Two Girls 1905 Although...this image may look like a hand-coloured postcard, it is in fact a coloured collotype, which is a mechanical printing process used before offset lithography. Not much is known about the publisher, S. N. Banshiudo, according to the Metropolitan Postcard Club of New York City they were a Swedish Company from Stockholm, operating in Japan between 1905 and 1916, famous for their coloured collotype postcards. This postcard is signed “S” – J. Noguchi, on the reverse.

Two Young Japanese Girls, in kimono, It looks like a hand-coloured postcard, but in fact it's a coloured collotype, which is a mechanical printing process used before offset lithography.

Gheishas

omoidenoshashin: “Burt Glinn Two apprentice Geishas on their way to evening appointments in Kyoto, 1961 ”

Los japoneses tienen fama de metódicos y cuidadosos. Un ejemplo de ello es esta imagen donde se está comprobando el alineamiento de las tazas de té antes de dar comienzo a la sesión en el Parlamento japonés. ¿Será por eso que el té cultivado en Japón tiene un aroma especial?

Interesting actually, my ocd loves this.Checking the alignment of the tea cups, Japanese Parliament

A13

How is geisha related to a chinese woman (or at least an asian woman in chinese dress) Not, but beautiful nonetheless.

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