Japanese traditional dolls

Explore the beauty and cultural significance of Japanese traditional dolls. Discover the artistry and craftsmanship behind these exquisite creations, and learn about their role in Japanese culture.
20 Kyoto souvenirs you should definitely buy - Kyoto Handicraft Centre - “Kyoto doll” is a general term for a high-class Japanese doll traditionally created in the Kyoto area. Craftsmen of the area created the dolls as playthings for aristocrats’ daughters in the Heian era, and they became highly prized as souvenirs in the Edo period. Oriental, Kimonos, Japan Fashion, China, Geishas, Vintage, Japanese Traditional Dolls, Japanese Dolls, Japanese Traditional

Kyoto is a city renowned around the world as a sightseeing area as well as one of the best places to shop for souvenirs in Japan. In this article, we'll introduce a list of 20 best souvenirs you should definetely buy when visiting Kyoto, from traditional goods to matcha snacks, and gorgeous kimono.

Emen Chen
Local style: Beautiful Japanese dolls in traditional dresses Kimonos, Costumes, Traditional Japanese, Japanese Costume, Chinese Dolls, Japanese Dolls, Asian Doll, Doll Dress, Japanese Bride

Some time ago there was an exhibition at the Japanese embassy dedicated to traditional dolls of Japan. Couldn't miss it because firstly, still have this childish weakness for dolls; second, Japanese dolls are really something special, they were created not as toys for children but like some type of art to admire; and third, those dolls are dressed in traditional clothes which would never fail to arouse my interest. Besides, Japanese culture has always been fascinating to me. At the…

Ann Riley