Young Geisha with Chin Puppy 1905 A young geisha, probably from Tokyo, holding a Japanese Chin puppy. In the late Meiji period, it was still common practice for young girls to have all their facial hair, including their eyebrows, shaved off.
Geisha Sakae reading in a Dragonfly Kimono ~ Japan, Sakae (さ か え), from the geisha district of Shitayya (Shitaya) Tokyo in the Taisho period, was popular after the Russian-Japanese War, with her image appearing on printed postcards.
A young Japanese boy in kimono holding traditional Shichi-Go-San candy (called Chitose Ame). This photo is from a found wooden box of vintage Japanese portraits that appear to have been taken by a portrait photographer
Hangyoku with a Large Doll and Chin Dog Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha), one adjusting the clothes of a large Ichimatsu Ningyo (Play Doll) and another holding a toy Japanese Chin Dog wearing a traditional Maedare (bib).