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Nobukuni Enami was a japanese professional photographer born in Edo (actual Tokyo) in who is best known as T-Enami.

Japanese Woman in Traditional Dress Posing with Cat and Instrument]  Shinichi Suzuki  (Japanese, 1835–1919)    Date:      1870s

Japanese Woman in Traditional Dress Posing with Cat and Instrument] Shinichi Suzuki (Japanese, 1835–1919) Date: 1870s

A Hangyoku holding a Kumade or "Lucky Charm Rake". The Otafuku mask or “Goddess of Mirth” is generally attached to help rake in happiness and prosperity. Kumade are sold at Tori-no-Ichi festivals that are held in November.

A Hangyoku holding a Kumade or "Lucky Charm Rake". The Otafuku mask or “Goddess of Mirth” is generally attached to help rake in happiness and prosperity. Kumade are sold at Tori-no-Ichi festivals that are held in November.

Geisha Teruha with a Mechanical Toy 1910s. Teruha holding a toy dressed as Pierrot. Teruha was a Meiji era Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) in Nanchi hanamachi (geisha district) of Osaka under the name Chiyoha and a Taisho era Geisha in the Shinbashi hanamachi of Tokyo under the name Teruha. Maiko Chiyoha was the imouto (little sister) of Geiko Yachiyo when she was in Osaka.

Geisha Teruha with a Mechanical Toy 1910s. Teruha holding a toy dressed as Pierrot. Teruha was a Meiji era Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) in Nanchi hanamachi (geisha district) of Osaka under the name Chiyoha and a Taisho era Geisha in the Shinbashi hanamachi of Tokyo under the name Teruha. Maiko Chiyoha was the imouto (little sister) of Geiko Yachiyo when she was in Osaka.

Odori 1928 - A group of Maiko Girls (Apprentice Geisha) dressed for the Miyako Odori (Cherry Dance), sometime around 1928. Maiko Fukiko in the centre and Maiko Tomeko to her lower right. Japan

Odori 1928 - A group of Maiko Girls (Apprentice Geisha) dressed for the Miyako Odori (Cherry Dance), sometime around 1928. Maiko Fukiko in the centre and Maiko Tomeko to her lower right. Japan

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