Hairdressing° 2°ň
[ID] 3904°°°°( ID:3904 )
[Photographer] R. Stillfried
[Album] R. Stillfried(album 1)
[Place] unknown
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 198x254
[Cabinet] 76-19-0
[Keyword] man/life
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After the mid-Edo Period, the word "chonmage" was applied generally to men's topknots. The "chonmage "was made by shaving the hair from the forehead to the crown and then tying the rest of the hair in a knot placed pointing toward the front of the head.