A Maiko from Kyoto dances a summer dance and play the "Uchiwa Daiko"
(a type of frame drum). The hair is woven in a Genroku period
hairstyle and the kimono is worn in the "Kata-nugi" style (wearing
only one sleeve of the kimono.) *"Rakuchu rakugai-zu" (Scenes / Views
in and around Kyoto), captures Kyoto when it was the capital. Painted
on six-panel folding screens from a bird's eye view. It dates back to
1530. The detailed paintings captures Kyoto's famous places, like the
Imperial Palace, temples and shrines, warrior residences, shops as
well as 3,000 towns people from all walks of life.
Size | 3cmｘ5cm
Material | Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon,Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon
Made in Japan
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