Tayuu and Kamuro in front of a Kohaku-maku 1920s

This postcard shows a Tayuu (Japanese Courtesan) and two Kamuro (Child Attendants) standing in front of a Kōhaku-maku (red and white curtain). A Kōhaku-maku is a type of decorative fabric panel used on various occasions in Japan, such as outdoor tea ceremonies.

  • Kimino Chiyo 3y

    This photo is amazing! I love every detail of it.
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Taken on February 28, 2012
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