Kamisuki (Combing the hair), A colour woodblock print, Japan, Taishō era, 1920 Goyō (1880-1921)
Kamisuki (Combing the hair), A colour woodblock print, Japan, Taishō era, 1920 Goyō Hashiguchi
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