Re: Please Help, I have a Ukiyoe scarf


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Posted by David on December 14, 2002 at 04:18:49:

In Reply to: Please Help, I have a Ukiyoe scarf posted by Tera on December 13, 2002 at 18:12:24:

Omatsuri means festival and maiko means a young geisha. This sounds like something overtly "Japany" that might sell in a souvenir shop.

: Hi, I was recently given a beautiful scarf. I have no idea what the history or story is behind this. It tells me of the history of Ukiyoe, but also has two other words "Omatsuri" and "Maiko" on the package. Is there anyone who might know what these words mean? Or could tell me about this scarf? Thank You Very Much.




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