The Kimono Gallery. An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

The Kimono Gallery. An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

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Teach Your Child How to Write a Haiku

.A geisha's hairstyle was created with wax; it took hours to melt, wash, wax and remold a new hairstyle. Young geishas were punished if they failed to sleep in absolute stillness. Stealing or using someone else's hair ornament was considered a literally filthy thing to do. Wisdom and ability were denoted by the simple styles used by older geisha.

.A geisha's hairstyle was created with wax; it took hours to melt, wash, wax and remold a new hairstyle. Young geishas were punished if they failed to sleep in absolute stillness. Stealing or using someone else's hair ornament was considered a literally filthy thing to do. Wisdom and ability were denoted by the simple styles used by older geisha.

Two young Japanese girls in Kimonos outside a Tokyo Temple.

Two young Japanese girls in Kimonos outside a Tokyo Temple.

Autumn New Collection Women Fake Two Piece Dress Cartoon Printed Japanese Letters Soft Sister Super Cute Lovely Young Girl Dress

Autumn New Collection Women Fake Two Piece Dress Cartoon Printed Japanese Letters Soft Sister Super Cute Lovely Young Girl Dress

Not too reference-y, but as the original poster noted: "Bunny!!!!"

Dulce infancia… Tsukuda Kisho 佃喜翔

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