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Nippon-Graph. Tayuu 太夫 - Japan - circa 1910

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).

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).

Hagoromo5_2_2

Hagoromo5_2_2

Satogiku-dayuu 1910's. It was customary for a tayuu...

Satogiku-dayuu 1910's. It was customary for a tayuu...

不夜城 吉原

不夜城 吉原

Tayuu with oiran obi??

Tayuu with oiran obi??

fukumiraku

fukumiraku

sliding figure 8 gait of oiran wearing koma geta.... Geisha were not "officially" prostitutes. Oiran were. They are identified between geisha by the more ornate hairstyles and the knot of the obi sash tied in the front rather than the back. FYI

sliding figure 8 gait of oiran wearing koma geta.... Geisha were not "officially" prostitutes. Oiran were. They are identified between geisha by the more ornate hairstyles and the knot of the obi sash tied in the front rather than the back. FYI

floating-flowers:  la-femme-sans-vanille:  geisha-licious:  maiko Kyouka  this. this this this.  The photographer needs an award

floating-flowers: la-femme-sans-vanille: geisha-licious: maiko Kyouka this. this this this. The photographer needs an award

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

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

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