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Inside Taisho 1910s Nobukuni Enami
Japanese woman in kimono with traditional hairstyle doing “ikebana”, Japanese style flower arrangement. Early 20th century.

During the Meiji and Taisho periods, ikebana and chado (tea ceremony) were a popular way to culturally enlighten oneself, especially for young women on the threshold of marriage.

Original caption: “Putting flowers so as to keep them alive.”
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