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A Handy Box (Tebako) Containing Toiletries with Travelling Writing Utensils, Edo period

Maki-e lacquer on wood
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Hong Kong
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Liang Yi Museum
Hong Kong
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The way in which modern Japanese women apply their makeup is rooted in the Edo period. According to …

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The way in which modern Japanese women apply their makeup is rooted in the Edo period. According to the Metropolitan Custom Makeup Book (Miyako fūzoku kewaiden), a manual on skincare, hair care, makeup, hairstyle and kimono-dressing published in 1813 by Hanshichimaru Sayama (1767–1823), the fashionable makeup trend …

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The way in which modern Japanese women apply their makeup is rooted in the Edo period. According to …

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The way in which modern Japanese women apply their makeup is rooted in the Edo period. According to the Metropolitan Custom Makeup Book (Miyako fūzoku kewaiden), a manual on skincare, hair care, makeup, hairstyle and kimono-dressing published in 1813 by Hanshichimaru Sayama (1767–1823), the fashionable makeup trend …

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Unknown Artist

A Handy Box (Tebako) Containing Toiletries with Travelling Writing Utensils, Edo period

Maki-e lacquer on wood
Permanent collection
location
Hong Kong
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