The Kimono Gallery. An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

The Kimono Gallery. An study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. Text and image via Okinawa Soba

Tinted portrait of two young Japanese girls in kimonos

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.

Late 1870s to 1880s studio image of a young Japanese girl and her doll. Photographer unknown.  Collodion Emulsion (Wet Plate) Photo on Glass from OLD JAPAN (1) by Okinawa Soba, via Flickr

Late to studio image of a young Japanese girl and her doll. Collodion Emulsion (Wet Plate) Photo on Glass from OLD JAPAN by Okinawa Soba

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Great eye-contact makes this enigmatic young Japanese girl's portrait intriguing

Hiroshi Yoshida, "Young Japanese Girl."  Castle Fine Arts

( Young Japanese Girl by Hiroshi Yoshida, Japanese painter and woodblock printmaker) MOTHER’S SONG If snow falls on the far.

Der Wunsch / Kitsune Fox Mädchen Yokai von TeaFoxIllustrations - reminds me of "Princess Mononoke"!

A young kitsune girl seeks the help of a wish granting spirit, hoping to gain exit from the realm of hungry ghosts. - by Sarah Graybill

Photo by Motographer in Japan - Tokyo. Young Japanese girl carried by her father. Undated vintage black and white.

Photo by Motographer in Japan - Tokyo. Young Japanese girl carried by her father. Undated vintage black and white.

"Natural kei is a fashion that sprung up in Japan in the 1970s. It has a period, pastoral look -- like something from another time. Above all else, this style promotes being natural and feminine."

The ideal, romantic lifestyle and period fashions from Western literary classics such as Anne of Green Gables, The Secret Garden, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, and Little House on the Prairie were most likely one influence

Japanese girl in kimono ❤ .

In Kimonos dressed young women from Japan; located: Japan, Far - East Turan . japonya ' da bulunan: Japonya, far-east turan

Kyoto Festival: Young Japanese Girls Dancing at Zuishin-in Temple (Hanezu Odori)

Serving as a celebration of the coming spring season and in honor of the famous poet and Japanese beauty Ono no Komachi, Zuishin-in Temple's Hanezu Odori is .

History ImageさんはTwitterを使っています: "日本の少女3人組、1900年と現在 Three young Japanese girls 1900 and Now @BABYMETAL_JAPAN

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Tokyo dancers, "Tokyo Hakurankai ni okeru geigi no teodori) Posture dancing by geigi at Tokyo Exhibition. Geigi is the correct term for a geisha in the Kantō region of Japan, which includes.

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