Japanese edo period

Discover the rich history and culture of the Japanese Edo Period. Dive into the art, traditions, and lifestyle of this captivating era and gain a deeper understanding of Japan's past.
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Description A few studies of Edo hair fashion. --- NOTES from Kimono by Liza Dalby: “In the sixteenth century, the nobility ceased to be the sole source of fashion inspiration. Playgirls (asobime) – multitalented, trendy ladies who led rather public lives (sometimes glossed as ‘courtesans’) – wore their kosode belted with long tasseled silk cords. The cords, called Nogoya obi, were woven according to a style then popular in China, roped about the hips six or seven times, and tied in a…

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Sheet 6 (from right) of hexaptych. MFA impressions: Sheet 1 (Yamashiro): 11.2256, 11.14465 Sheet 2 (Ômi): 11.14468, 11.14469, 11.24904 Sheet 3 (Settsu): 11.1969, 11.14449, 11.24902 Sheet 4 (Musashi): 11.2033, 11.14472, 11.24913, 21.6508 Sheet 5 (Mutsu): 11.2273, 11.14473, 11.24966 Sheet 6 (Kii): 11.1993, 11.24903 Virtual records: 11.14465VR (11.14465, 11.14469, 11.14449, 11.14472, 11.14473; lacks left sheet), 11.24902VR (11.24902, 11.24903, 11.24904, 11.24913, 11.24966; lacks right sheet)

Sheet 6 (from right) of hexaptych. MFA impressions: Sheet 1 (Yamashiro): 11.2256, 11.14465 Sheet 2 (Ômi): 11.14468, 11.14469, 11.24904 Sheet 3 (Settsu): 11.1969, 11.14449, 11.24902 Sheet 4 (Musashi): 11.2033, 11.14472, 11.24913, 21.6508 Sheet 5 (Mutsu): 11.2273, 11.14473, 11.24966 Sheet 6 (Kii): 11.1993, 11.24903 Virtual records: 11.14465VR (11.14465, 11.14469, 11.14449, 11.14472, 11.14473; lacks left sheet), 11.24902VR (11.24902, 11.24903, 11.24904, 11.24913, 11.24966; lacks right sheet)

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