Edo Era Ladybug and Chat Noir (Miraculous Ladybug)

Edo Era Ladybug and Chat Noir (Miraculous Ladybug) on the second pictures, adrien looks like len of vocaloid

Katana [Kawabe Suishinsi Sadahide] [N.B.T.H.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token & Tousougu. Edo era 1810.

Katana [Kawabe Suishinsi Sadahide] [N.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token & Tousougu - Edo Era 1810

Edo era furisode- Museum of Fine Art, Boston

Japanese Furisode, Edo period, late or early century, of silk satin embroidered with silk and couched with gold metallic wrapped thread Museum of Fine Arts Boston

餅花 / Flowers made rice cake by nobuflickr, via Flickr : "京都, 安井神社  'Mochi-bana' is not a true plant. This is a figuration that the branch of willow or giant dogwood decorating with many small rice cakes. 'Mochi-bana' is a New Year's Day's ceremony praying for good harvest. This ceremony came in early Edo Era (300 years ago) in Japan."

餅花 / flowers made rice cake 京都, 安井神社 'mochi-bana' is a figuration that the branch of willow or giant dogwood decorating with many small rice cakes. it is a new year's day's ceremony praying for good harvest. this ceremony came in early edo era years ago)

New theme!   The beauty and romance of Japan in pinks, blacks and creams

Uchikake ~ a highly formal kimono worn by a bride or at a stage performance. It is supposed to be worn outside the actual kimono (called kakeshita or kosode) and obi (sash), as a sort of coat.

Katana [Hizen Musashi-Daijyou Tadahiro][N.B.T.H.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token. Edo era 1661.

Katana [Hizen Musashi-Daijyou Tadahiro][N.K] Tokubetu Hozon Token.

27.7" JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD KATANA SHIRASAYA EDO era Gashu Fujiwara Katsuie 日本刀の通信販売 明倫産業株式会社

27.7" JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD KATANA SHIRASAYA EDO era Gashu Fujiwara Katsuie 日本刀の通信販売 明倫産業株式会社

Katana [Kawatino-Kami Masahiro 2nd, Edo era, 1661

Katana [Kawatino-Kami Masahiro 2nd, Edo era, 1661

Japan, Edo Era, Fukiwa Hairstyle: Worn by princesses and other nobility. Also worn by characters in traditional theater such as Shizuka Gozen and Princess Yaegaki. Modeled on a style worn by women who were engaged or had a pre-arranged marriage partner. Thought to have inspired the Katsuyama style, and later evolved into the Maru Mage rounded style.

Japan, Edo Era, Fukiwa Hairstyle: Worn by princesses and other nobility. Also worn by characters in traditional theater such as Shizuka Gozen and Princess Yaegaki. Modeled on a style worn by women who were engaged or had a pre-arranged marriage partner.

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