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Court couple by Tamamura Kozaburo

Image: An original century albumen photograph.

Color: Muted with pops of brightness, Accents in SIEMPRE's mind

Osaki Kioto, a dancer. Hand-colored photo, circa Japan, by photographer Shinichi Suzuki

The indigenous Ainu women of the islands of Northern Japan still follow ancient traditions in self presentation; tattooing their lips in an exaggerated shape. - Vestoj

An Ainu woman from northern Japan with tattooed lips. The upper lip is slashed during childhood and ashes are rubbed in to leave a scar.

[detail] of young Japanese woman pausing from her work hand-coloring b&w photographs. Yokohama, Japan, about 1910. Image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

young Japanese woman pausing from her work hand coloring Felice Beato photograph Yokohama Japan about 1856

Dressed for an Odori 1920s    A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.

Dressed for an Odori A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.people working with Basket . # at work Basket# Flower Basket

Portrait of a courtesan. Meiji Period. Japan.

Portrait of a courtesan.

Genroku kimono Style, 1912, Japan. "Genroku style" first came into fashion among Tokyo Geisha around 1905, in imitation of the dress and hairstyles that were in vogue during the Genroku period of the 17th century.  Note: Find a fascinating longer description by Blue Ruin 1  of the history behind this style at the link contained.  Most of text, and image via Blue Ruin 1 of  Flickr

Genroku Style 1912 Genroku style came into fashion amongst Tokyo Geisha around in imitation of the dress and hairstyles that were in vogue during the Genroku period –

Уличные торговки корзинами

Grandmother and Grand-Daughter Selling Their Baskets from Door to Door, Japan

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