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Asakusa Sagimai – Egret Dancers
For years I have known the photo of the ladies dressed in white egret costumes, dancing at Japanese temples in certain festivals, but I have never been able to catch one of the performances live. I…
JAPANESE AUDUBON SOCIETY GIRL ACCIDENTALLY PUTTING A BIRD BAND ON A TEMPLE FOX
Seriously, I think she's tying some kind of good luck thing onto his leg. Love the kimono design...and that little-girl bob on the top of her head. Ca.1915-23. For more on the photographer T. ENAMI see : www.t-enami.org/ For the MOTHERLODE of T. Enami photographs here on the Web --- all CC rated for your creative use --- see this Flickr collection : www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/collections/7215761388... RANDOM SOBA : www.flickriver.com/photos/24443965@N08/random/
insanely colorful photos of japanese ritualistic garments
Charles Fréger spent years capturing ceremonies in rural Japan. We talked to the French-born photographer about his own small-town upbringing, his work in the fashion world, and why he's no anthropologist.
Charles Fréger’s enigmatic island of scary monsters and super creatures
Across Japan there are spirits and monsters residing atop the mountains, lurking deep within the seas and slumbering in the ancient shrines that dot the islands of the enigmatic archipelago. "Charles Fréger":http://www.charlesfreger.com/, a portrait photographer whose arresting work captures the material traditions and folk characters that bind communities together, set out to encounter and document these Yokai spirits.
Sasuke Inari Shrine – A Leash of Foxes
Most tourists visit the beautiful city of Kamakura, south west of Tokyo, alone or as part of a tour group. Kamakura is famous for its dozens of temples but not so famous for its smaller shrines (te…
Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins
In 2013, just after finishing his European tour of winter masquerades (Wilder Mann), Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s mask...