Geisha returning through the park in the snowfall of a winter storm (with Umbrella)--from Meiji-era Japan
GEISHA'S HAIRSTYLE FROM THE BACK -- An Early Meiji-era Style
Meiji era uchikake - Museum of Fine Art, Boston
Kagawa Katsuhiro Late Meiji – Taishō era, circa 1900 – 1917.
Tea bowl, copy of "Kaga Koetsu," unknown Raku ware workshop. 19th century. Hon'ami Koetsu , (Japanese, 1558-1637). Edo period or Meiji era. Raku-type earthenware with red slip under clear glaze. H: 8.5 W: 12.4 D: 12.4 cm. Kyoto, Japan.
Rabbits as Okaru and Kanpei. Japanese, Meiji era, 1873 (Meiji 6), 4th month. Artist Utagawa Yoshifuji, Japanese, 1828–1889.
Japanese Shinto bride (Hayanome) : Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan / Japón by Lost in Japan, by Miguel Michán
Takahashi Ryoun, active Late Meiji - Taishō - Early Shōwa Era, early 20th century. Taishō - Early Shōwa Era, circa 1915 - 1935.
Wish list at Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan: photo by TommyOshima, via Flickr
Japanese Shinto bride (Hayanome) : Meiji Jingu, Tokyo, Japan / Japón by Lost in Japan, by Miguel Michán, via Flickr
Sashiko stitched, indigo dyed bag, most likely used to carry a sake bottle. Meiji Era (1868-1912).
Ainu Robe Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Cotton and wool with applique (kiri-fuse) Classification: Textiles-Costumes
Gourd shaped ikebana basket from Japan. | Made of split bamboo, with an artfully tied bamboo rope, Late Meiji Period.
Elegant moon or crescent shaped ikebana basket is from Japan. | Made of split bamboo, Late Meiji Period.
Postcard. New Herbs (Wakana) II from the series The Tale of Genji. Japanese, late Meiji era, 1905 By Kajita Hanko, Japanese, 1870–1917