Thank you for the submission. Do you have an image of the person wearing it? I haven’t seen many kimono with skulls! Taken from the Immortal Geisha forums
i bet it feels good to be a bride in japan. ;)
wow…this is interesting ^^
ahh so cute in their little kimonos! that’s not a retinal camera little girl, you shouldn’t be standing that close lol.
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“Bowie, en-route home to London after a successful series of pop concerts in Japan, came out from behind the “bisexual” image he presents to his young fans to reveal himself as a likable, intelligent and talented young man. There was nothi…
pay your respects, lowly peasant, to the imperial court of cleveland!
heeey it looks like I found a new wallpaper 出典：http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=15104805
着物はやっぱ、着て楽しいよね。長時間だとちょっと苦しいけど。@3@;;kimonos are so fun~ though it’s suffocating when you wear it for too long. Fumi-san posted some kimono photos and he looked so cool that i wanted to make a kimono post, too (…
Black, pink and animal print obi sash for a punk rock bride. Don’t forget the lace fingerless glove and paper fan with matching tassels!
somebody help me identify all of these characters, all disney ladies. they’re all so cute!~
Have I said that I like stripes?
浴衣 (Yukata) A casual summer kimono made of cotton or synthetic fabrics unlike formal kimono, which are made of silk. People wearing yukata are a common sight in Japan at fireworks displays, bon-odori festivals, and other summer events. T…
…traditional sexy,via http://y-bbs.net/
An interesting postcard of Miss Ray wearing a kimono and advertising Majestic Manicure Paste. This link shows several more of Miss Ray wearing the Kimono
Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 479 K)
kimonos are very pretty indeed. 出典：http://www.flickr.com/photos/timpearse/
「春。」 by nayu