Japanese gaze

Each person has different values
There are stereotypes in every world
Sometimes I think it’s lucky
This is a reprint, but it is a woodblock print printed in 1908
It was printed in the Meiji era 114 years ago
It’s a very high technology
At present, I don’t think anyone can print something of this level in the original
Under normal conditions, you can see a black pattern in a black kimono, but depending on the angle of light and the situation, the pattern looks silver
It is very “Ibushiginn”
It is the most stylish aesthetic sense of the Japanese at that time
I choose them according to my sensibility
Japanese gaze !
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