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By Ming-Ju Sun

Fascinating coloring booklet chronicles six centuries of jap type heritage in forty five finely distinctive black-and-white illustrations. complex warriors, beautiful courtroom women, commoners in undeniable kimonos, entertainers, holy males, and extra, all displayed in meticulously rendered costumes. A satisfaction for colorists of every age and someone drawn to jap tradition and style. forty five b/w illus.

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41 Meiji Period With tighter sleeves, a shorter jacket and skirt, and a has an updated look which has been influenced by Western fur hat, the uniform worn by this officer of the Royal Army military styles. 42 Meiji Period Here is a married woman, a commoner, who wears a small-sleeved kimono called a kosode, and an obi tied with a cord. Her simple hairstyle has minimal adornment. 43 Meiji Period This flower vendor wears traditional dothing. The to allow for mobility. She wears an apron at the waist as sleeves of her cotton jacket arc held back with a ribbon well as gloves, leggings, and a cloth to protect her head.

Sash across her chest. Her kimono is decorated with 31 Edo Period Playing a leading role in a Japanese No play, this dancer portrays the character of a goddess by wearing the mask of a young girl. 32 Edo Period A bride of the upper merchant class, this young woman wears a traditional wedding ensemble consisting of an embroidered outer coat, a kimono, and an obi. 33 Edo Period This high-ranking samurai is wearing a ceremonial robe with a small train and voluminous trousers. 34 Edo Period Here is a military officer at court wearing a ceremonial summer robe with a long train, and loose trousers tucked into his boots.

41 Meiji Period With tighter sleeves, a shorter jacket and skirt, and a has an updated look which has been influenced by Western fur hat, the uniform worn by this officer of the Royal Army military styles. 42 Meiji Period Here is a married woman, a commoner, who wears a small-sleeved kimono called a kosode, and an obi tied with a cord. Her simple hairstyle has minimal adornment. 43 Meiji Period This flower vendor wears traditional dothing. The to allow for mobility. She wears an apron at the waist as sleeves of her cotton jacket arc held back with a ribbon well as gloves, leggings, and a cloth to protect her head.

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