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Japanese girl in kimono - all smiles

Love this - have been reading Lisa See's books - love ancient Asian culture but what a hard/restrictive life girls/women had! Can you imagine having your feet bound?

Japanese Geisha. It is rare to see one now even when you are in Kyoto.

Edo Mura. by Aflânio Tomikawa, via Flickr

Just because digital isn't pen and paper, does not mean everything learnt before is irrelevant and should be forgotten. Quite the opposite. It is highly unlikely academic writing in its underlying traditional sense will be lost but its surface realisation may be different to what we currently see as standard.

Portrait of young girl with traditional jewels. India

The Geiko (Geisha) Ichiyuri walking to a tea house in the Gion district of Kyoto, Japan

I would love to do this to my mom's old Japanese photos

via My Darling Rainbow mydarlingrainbow....: couple / vintage / culture / kimono / traditonal : geiko (geisha) kotoha, kyoto japan 芸妓 琴葉さん 日本・京都 (by Michael Chandler)

.Japanese traditional event -Shichi Go San-: November 15th is the day of the Shichi-go-san or Seven-five-three festival in Japan. This is a traditional Japanese event to celebrate children's growth and pray for their future health and well-being.