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The Tale of Genji. Men and boys dressed in heian robes.

This is the entourage of the Saiō-Dai (斎王代) Princess called myōbu (命婦) during the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) in Kyoto. In the Heian period these ladies were of the fifth rank in the imperial court or mid rank noblewomen. #AoiMatusri, #葵祭, #Kyoto, #myōbu, #命婦,

This is the entourage of the Saiō-Dai (斎王代) Princess called myōbu (命婦) during the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) in Kyoto. In the Heian period these ladies were of the fifth rank in the imperial court or mid rank noblewomen. #AoiMatusri, #葵祭, #Kyoto, #myōbu, #命婦,

What beautiful brocade: the entourage of the Saiō-Dai Princess during the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) in Kyoto. In the Heian period these ladies (myōbu) were of the court/noblewomen of the mid or fifth rank.

Aoi-Matsuri (Aoi-festival) in Kyoto Japan. Heian era costume. The Aoi Festival came to be held now for approximately 1,400 years. Horse.

These young ladies followed right behind the Saiō-Dai (斎王代) Princess during the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) in Kyoto. Such beautiful junihitoe.

"Aoi Matsuri is a Japanese festival that dates back to over a thousand years ago. It was a time when Kyoto was called Heian-Kyo, and was the capital of Japan. Considered a zenith of art and literature in Japanese history, it was during this time that Murasaki Shikibu wrote Tale of Genji (the world's first popular novel.) For the festival, men, women and children dressed in beautiful costumes of the Heian era, walk or ride horseback through the streets of Kyoto in a graceful procession"

Court ladies dressed in the ceremonial robes of the ancient Heian Court participate in the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) held annually in the Old Capital of Japan, Kyoto.

This is the entourage of the Saiō-Dai (斎王代) Princess called myōbu (命婦) during the Aoi Matsuri (葵祭) in Kyoto. In the Heian period these ladies were of the fifth rank in the imperial court or mid rank noblewomen. #AoiMatusri, #葵祭, #Kyoto, #myōbu, #命婦,