Oiran 花魁 ~ Japanese courtesans back in 17th and 18th century. There're no more Oiran in modern times but there're few Matsuri (festival) parading wearing Oiran costume.

Oiran 花魁 - Japanese courtesans back in and century. There're no more Oiran in modern times but there're few Matsuri (festival) parading wearing Oiran costume. Be a geisha, be a geisha, be a geisha.

colorful kimono and obi

kimono-nao: “ IKKO ” IKKO tends to take traditional color sets and layer them with regard to proportions and texture to make them very very modern. Here the obi (black) is wrapped with at least three.

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ビジュー下駄|ふりふ

A sea green 帯- OBI (sash) of 千鳥- CHIDORI (plover) carrying billet doux ☆☆☆帯締- OBIJIME (string to hold obi) of 千鳥格子- CHIDORIGŌSHI (dogtooth check) pattern ☆☆☆帯留- OBIDÓME (ornamental sash clip) of kitties. Everything is sooo cawaii~♪

Geiko Momokazu

geisha-kai: “ Geiko Momokazu on the day of her erikae with cute dog Chiro who lives in Nishimura okiya (SOURCE) ”


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