Art Journaling

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Japanese dress

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myfictionallifeinjapan: A set on Mifune Matsuri 11 by aurelio.asiain on Flickr.

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Japanese Dolls - Sakitsu Tenshudou on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/56456726/via/litwinenko

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My heart is with all those who lost loved ones on this day two years ago. March 11- it is the day that Great Eastern Japan Earthquake happened in 2011.

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Shoko (Nishino Shotaro) (Japan, 1915 - 1969) Severed Head of Samurai

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.lovely

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KOBAYAKAWA Kiyoshi (1899~1948), Japan: with permanent damage on his right hand from polio, he paints only with his left hand.

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Tayuu with her Kamuro 1904 This is an image from an English postcard postmarked 1904. The mellow colours are lovely, but not really in keeping with the sumptuous appearance of a Japanese Courtesan and her retinue.

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Chanel Nails

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Kinkakuji #Kyoto #Japan

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Cool-Japan

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げいしゃ。 (Yukino of Nagoya by YUJI HIRAYAMA on Flickr)

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KIYONAGA

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japanese art and umbrellas and parasols

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Young Japanese Girl

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Geisha

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Explore eye_tunes Ellafitz Gerald's photos on Flickr. eye_tunes Ellafitz Gerald has uploaded 810 photos to Flickr.

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Smile Japan

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Hokoku Shrine,Shiga Ken,Nagahama Shi 報国神社滋賀県長浜市

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Kimono

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japonesices: Elizabeth Keith, Shigiyama in ‘Hagamoro’ 1936 on Flickr.

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Tour of a japanese high school by an american student

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The kids at the 7-5-3 festival: Children in traditional dresses are all smiles at Tokyo's Meiji Shrine to mark the 7-5-3 festival. The 7-5-3 festival celebrates when children reach the ages of three, five, and seven.

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