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Portrait of woman in palanquin - "taxi."  Hand-colored photo, c 1880’s, Japan.

Portrait of woman in palanquin - "taxi." Hand-colored photo, c 1880’s, Japan.

Ein Daimio in Kriegsrüstung '. About 1870.

De rares photographies colorisées des derniers Samouraï

Ein Daimio in Kriegsrüstung '. About 1870.

Hand-coloured photo of woman fastening her silk obi, ca. 1900-1920. S)

Hand-coloured photo of woman fastening her silk obi, ca. 1900-1920. S)

National Geographic, august 1960 : Pekin, a pictorial record by Brian Brake from Magnum.

National Geographic, august 1960 : Pekin, a pictorial record by Brian Brake from Magnum.

thekimonogallery: “Three tayuu. Hand-colored photo. About 1880’s Japan. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives ”

thekimonogallery: “Three tayuu. Hand-colored photo. About 1880’s Japan. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives ”

Circa 1905 stereoview, and appeared first in a large photographic plate book edited by F.M Trautz, titled Japan, Korea Und Formosa (1930). Photographer Herbert Ponting. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

Circa 1905 stereoview, and appeared first in a large photographic plate book edited by F.M Trautz, titled Japan, Korea Und Formosa (1930). Photographer Herbert Ponting. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

A hand spinning wheel used by an old woman for winding a spool  Enami Studio Lantern Slide No : 642.  About 1920's, Japan

A hand spinning wheel used by an old woman for winding a spool Enami Studio Lantern Slide No : 642. About 1920's, Japan

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Sasabeni - Red and Green Lip Rouge 1880s    “At the end of the 18th century, sasabeni, an iridescent greenish rouge, applied mainly to the lower lip, became the vogue and continued to the 19th century.” - the Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan.

Sasabeni - Red and Green Lip Rouge 1880s “At the end of the 18th century, sasabeni, an iridescent greenish rouge, applied mainly to the lower lip, became the vogue and continued to the 19th century.” - the Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan.

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