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Japanese Hairstyles: Edo Period (1603-1868)
Ariane Non 12 October 2012
Transcript of Japanese Hairstyles: Edo Period (1603-1868)
Edo Period (1603- 1868) By: Ariane N. & Ayra H. Maru-Mage (18th-19th Century) Gikei (1804-1808) Vertical Mage (1790's) Yoko-hyogo (late Edo Period) Box Shimada Mage (1750- 1868) Edo Period: 1603-1868 Shimada Mage (1750-1868) Shimada Mage (1650-1780) In Japan, during the seventeenth century, hair ornaments of lacquered wood or tortoiseshell began to be used.