Tutorial: How to tie a obi by Hanatsuki89.deviantart.com on @deviantART

I've always found it difficult to make a obi bow, so since I finally understood the way of doing it.I decided to make a tutorial so that everyone can . Tutorial: How to tie a obi

Le Japon. Oiran. Oiran étaient la classe la plus haute de courtisanes dans Edo (maintenant connu comme Tokyo). Un oiran a été estimé non seulement pour sa beauté et charme, mais aussi son esprit, connaissance et l'habileté(la compétence) dans des arts japonais traditionnels. Leur robe consistait souvent en couches en kimono orné et des coiffures extrêmement élaborées et un obi lié au front pas le dos. Quoiqu'il n'y ait plus d'oiran laissé(quitté) au Japon à cause des lois.

Japan, Oiran - Tayu is the top courtesan in Kyoto ( Shimabara). Oiran are the same as Tayu but they are from Edo Tokyo (Yoshiwara )

Coiffure japonaise

Maiko Kimika during her sakkou period - when a maiko is in the last stages before becoming a geiko or geisha. May Photography by watanabe san.

Obi is a sash for traditional Japanese dress, keikogi worn for Japanese martial arts, and part of kimono outfits.

TIG's picks: Obi is a sash for traditional Japanese dress, keikogi worn for Japanese martial arts, and part of kimono outfits.

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Kimono Tutorial - Hairstyles Special by Hanami-Mai.- Differences between Chinese, Korean, and Japanese hairstyle

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Premier voyage au Japon : conseils utiles

Coming of age ceremony

Japan - Boy in traditional costume visit the Shinto shrine as part of a coming-of-age celebration. Tokyo, Japan // Photographer Laurent T (aka thery.

Real Geisha Hair Tutorial - yes geisha's aren't period but some great ideas and concepts you can use in other ways_For Kell

Not a bad geisha hair tutorial. I might use this if I end up doing my Japanese-style fem!

furoshiki 10 fiocco

DIY- Furoshiki - a gorgeous lunch bag alternative, eco-friendly gift wrap, or just a lovely way to contain things.

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