Traditional japanese

Immerse yourself in the elegance of traditional Japanese decor. Discover top ideas to infuse your space with the rich culture and timeless beauty of Japan.
Sotoori Hime by Eishi Hosoda (1756-1829), a traditional Japanese Ukyio-e style illustration of a traditional Japanese princess, Sotoori princess catching a spider with a fan. Original from Library of Congress. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. | free image by rawpixel.com Japanese Geisha Drawing, Geisha Drawing, Tattoo Word, Japanese Princess, Japan Illustration, Japanese Art Styles, Geisha Art, Japanese Drawings, Japanese Art Prints

Download free image of Sotoori Hime by Eishi Hosoda (1756-1829), a traditional Japanese Ukyio-e style illustration of a traditional Japanese princess, Sotoori princess catching a spider with a fan. Original from Library of Congress. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. by Library of Congress (Source) about japanese, japanese public domain, eishi hosoda, japanese art, and japan 426252

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Olga Tannen
Japanese Mask | EIYO KIMONO Japanese Yokai Folklore, Japanese Drawing Aesthetic, Japanese Aesthetic Drawing, Japanese Tattoo Aesthetic, Japanese Daruma Tattoo, Japanese Yokai Tattoo, Japanese Mythology Tattoo, Japanese Yokai Art, Japon Tattoo

Japanese Folklore by Hamsterosis on DeviantArt | Masks has a huge presence in Japanese culture and folklore. You can’t appreciate Japanese culture without exploring and understanding the meaning of their masks. Let’s explore the traditional Japanese masks: Japanese kitsune masks, Japanese oni masks, Japanese tengu masks, Japanese samurai masks, Japanese hannya masks. Not to forget about kabuki masks, demon masks, tengu masks, and cat masks. #JapaneseMasks #JapaneseArt #JapaneseMasksMeaning

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Heather Galloway
Beppu, Japanese Temple Aesthetic, Fantasy Shrine, Japanese Nature, Japanese Shrine, Temple Ruins, Japanese Temple, Japanese Landscape, Style Japonais

Machiya are traditional Japanese wooden townhouses. Scattered initially throughout Japan, they lost popularity when the country began pushing for the Modernization of their architecture. Thankfully, some cities like Kyoto partook in preservation programs that allowed these accommodations to withstan

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Lilian Freitag
Red is a powerful color in traditional Japanese society, representing strong emotions rather than ideas. As the color of the sun in Japanese culture and on the Japanese flag, #red is the color of energy, vitality, heat, and power. Red also represents love and intimacy, including sexual desire and the life force and energy in people. #japan Kunst Tattoos, Japanese Flag, Art Chinois, Siluete Umane, Art Asiatique, Traditional Japanese Art, Japanese Artwork, Japon Illustration, Seni Cat Air

Red is a powerful color in traditional Japanese society, representing strong emotions rather than ideas. As the color of the sun in Japanese culture and on the Japanese flag, #red is the color of energy, vitality, heat, and power. Red also represents love and intimacy, including sexual desire and the life force and energy in people. #japan

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Thanks for the Meal
Vector Prints Pattern, Japanese Design Pattern, Japanese Fire Pattern, Japanese Seamless Pattern, Abstract Asian Art, Japanese Art Pattern, Japanese Design Elements, Asian Patterns Design, Japanese Swirls

Download this Premium Vector about Traditional japanese vintage seamless pattern with abstract red and white waves, and discover more than 15 Million Professional Graphic Resources on Freepik

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Morten Ednes
Traditional Japanese Clothing, Materi Bahasa Jepang, Japanese Traditional Clothing, Japanese Clothing, Lakaran Fesyen, Drawing Anime Clothes, Straight Lines, Drawing Clothes, Anime Drawings Tutorials

So... I keep seeing artists drawing Kimono or Yukata and getting it wrong, so I thought it was about time I did a tutorial on it... Here’s a thread on some basics on Kimono and Yukata. I’ll keep adding to this thread as I finish them. I hope this helps!:

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