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Nippon-Graph. Tayuu 太夫 - Japan - circa 1910

Kamuro 1913 (by Blue Ruin1) Both her hairstyle and the way her obi (sash) is tied, suggest that she is a Kamuro (child attendant for an Oiran or Tayuu) rather than a Maiko (Apprentice Geisha).

Photo of Yoshiwara courtesan Komurasaki, Taisho period. Japan.

Three tayuu. Hand-colored photo. About 1880’s Japan. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives

Tayuu and Kamuro in front of a Kohaku-maku, 1920s. This postcard shows a Tayuu (Japanese Courtesan) and two Kamuro (Child Attendants) standing in front of a Kōhaku-maku (red and white curtain). A Kōhaku-maku is a type of decorative fabric panel used on various occasions in Japan, such as outdoor tea ceremonies. S)

Oiran (same as Tayu)

Oiran (hand-cplored print, likely late 19th century), ethnoworld: Japan

Aoi-Tayuu is the youngest and newest Tayuu in Shimabara. She was an apprentice of Tsukasa-Tayuu for almost 10 years!

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Tayuu and Kamuro. About 1920’-30’s, Japan. Image via Naomi no Kimono Asobi on Flickr