Kimono, Gorgeous Obi, sash. Japan - 着物, 帯, 日本

Kimono, Gorgeous Obi, sash. Japan - 着物, 帯, 日本

光と風の画像(写真) Kyoto

光と風の画像(写真) Kyoto

Japanese festival

Japanese festival

舞妓 kimono,kyoto もっと見る

舞妓 kimono,kyoto もっと見る

虚無僧/Komuso

虚無僧/Komuso

京都五花街の宮川町で芸舞妓さんの 新春の挨拶周りが行われ、2年振りに行ってきました・・・ 2年前に比べると凄いカメマン達 祇園に比べ道幅が狭いので…

京都五花街の宮川町で芸舞妓さんの 新春の挨拶周りが行われ、2年振りに行ってきました・・・ 2年前に比べると凄いカメマン達 祇園に比べ道幅が狭いので…

Gao Qi-Feng - 高奇峰 - The Art of Lingnan School, 岭南画派的绘画艺术

Gao Qi-Feng - 高奇峰 - The Art of Lingnan School, 岭南画派的绘画艺术

Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

オンマカキャロニキャソワカ oM mahaa-k: coolthingoftheday: Kumiko

オンマカキャロニキャソワカ oM mahaa-k: coolthingoftheday: Kumiko

Rui Shi or Imperial guardian lion, traditionally known in Chinese simply as Shi are a common representation of the lion in pre-modern China. Statues of guardian lions have traditionally stood in front of Chinese Imperial palaces, Imperial tombs, government offices, temples, and the homes of government officials and the wealthy, from the Han Dynasty, and were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits.

Rui Shi or Imperial guardian lion, traditionally known in Chinese simply as Shi are a common representation of the lion in pre-modern China. Statues of guardian lions have traditionally stood in front of Chinese Imperial palaces, Imperial tombs, government offices, temples, and the homes of government officials and the wealthy, from the Han Dynasty, and were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits.

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