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miko@Kamigamo-jjinja, Kyoto, Japan | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

miko@Kamigamo-jjinja, Kyoto, Japan | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

漆からかみパネル 商品|伝統のふすま紙 京からかみ|株式会社丸二

漆からかみパネル 商品|伝統のふすま紙 京からかみ|株式会社丸二

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大原女 Oharame. About 1900, near Kyoto, Japan. A rural town nestled in the mountains about 14 kilometers north of the heart of Kyoto, Ohara’s most iconic image is its “Oharame.” Oharame were the female peddlers that many years ago dressed in distinctive work clothes and walked into the city to sell produce from the countryside. These trips into town provided a precious supplementary income for farmers.

大原女 Oharame. About 1900, near Kyoto, Japan. A rural town nestled in the mountains about 14 kilometers north of the heart of Kyoto, Ohara’s most iconic image is its “Oharame.” Oharame were the female peddlers that many years ago dressed in distinctive work clothes and walked into the city to sell produce from the countryside. These trips into town provided a precious supplementary income for farmers.

Mikos (shrine maidens) arrange 'Hamaya' (arrows intended to destroy evil spirits) to which 'Emas' (wooden plaques) are attached featuring a picture of dragon in celebration of the 'Year of the Dragon' at Sosha Shrine on December 27, 2011 in Himeji, Japan.

Mikos (shrine maidens) arrange 'Hamaya' (arrows intended to destroy evil spirits) to which 'Emas' (wooden plaques) are attached featuring a picture of dragon in celebration of the 'Year of the Dragon' at Sosha Shrine on December 27, 2011 in Himeji, Japan.

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