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Two very popular ladies from different districts come together for bean-throwing, a ritual to bring good luck. Satsuki is wearing a very neat Edo-style Kimono with a checkered pattern in red and acqua with a fetching black collar, love it! Katsuna, from Kamishichiken is dressed in a more conservative Hiki due to her junior Maiko status. She will be allowed to dress up like Satsuki when she reaches senior status as well!

Two very popular ladies from different districts come together for bean-throwing, a ritual to bring good luck. Satsuki is wearing a very neat Edo-style Kimono with a checkered pattern in red and acqua with a fetching black collar, love it! Katsuna, from Kamishichiken is dressed in a more conservative Hiki due to her junior Maiko status. She will be allowed to dress up like Satsuki when she reaches senior status as well!

okiya:  Happy New Year! よいお年をお迎えください (Yoi otoshi o omukae kudasai) to all my awesome followers m(_ _)m

okiya: Happy New Year! よいお年をお迎えください (Yoi otoshi o omukae kudasai) to all my awesome followers m(_ _)m

祇をん 紗月 - Satsuki Giwon

祇をん 紗月 - Satsuki Giwon

憧れは次の誰かの憧れへと続きます

憧れは次の誰かの憧れへと続きます

I love this kind of kanzashi. I think it's susuki grass, but it always reminds me of fireworks! <3

I love this kind of kanzashi. I think it's susuki grass, but it always reminds me of fireworks! <3

Maiko Hisano- Setsubun kanzashi

Maiko Hisano- Setsubun kanzashi

祇をん 紗月 - Giwon Satsuki

祇をん 紗月 - Giwon Satsuki

Maiko Mamefuji. #japan #kyoto #kimono #geisya #geiko #maiko

Maiko Mamefuji. #japan #kyoto #kimono #geisya #geiko #maiko

Shichi-go-san at Meiji Jingu The shichi-go-san festival celebrates the 7th (shichi) and 3rd (san) birth years of young girls and 5th (go) birth years of young boys all around Japan in October. The ceremony is based on a special visit to a Shinto shrine. Meiji Jingu shrine, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, October 2008. photographed by Phil & Delph Poggianti, Flickr

Shichi-go-san at Meiji Jingu The shichi-go-san festival celebrates the 7th (shichi) and 3rd (san) birth years of young girls and 5th (go) birth years of young boys all around Japan in October. The ceremony is based on a special visit to a Shinto shrine. Meiji Jingu shrine, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, October 2008. photographed by Phil & Delph Poggianti, Flickr

✨✨ピカピカの笑顔が素敵な紗月ちゃん

✨✨ピカピカの笑顔が素敵な紗月ちゃん