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Fashionable Women of Ohara in Spring (Fûryû haru no Ohara-me) Japanese Edo period about (Bunka era) Artist Kikukawa Eizan (Japanese,

Tatewaku Kimono 1910s    Tatewaku (Geyser) is a spring motif, symbolizing the steam rising from plants at the first spring heat.    This postcard is back-stamped Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture.    Osaka Maiko Yachiyo II named after her famous predecessor at the Tonda geisha house.

Tatewaku Kimono Tatewaku (Geyser) is a spring motif, symbolizing the steam rising from plants at the first spring heat. This postcard is back-stamped Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture.

Geisha with violin , ca 1905. I would love to know who took this beautiful photograph.

Portrait of a Geisha with violin, ca. Geisha, Geiko, and Maiko are trained in classical Japanese arts, including music and dance.