Hairdressing° 2°ň
KAMI-SAN ON FEMALE HAIR DRESSER
[ID] 814°°°°( ID:814 )
[Photographer] unknown
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[Place] unknown
[Date] unknown
[Color] mono
[Size] 94x131
[Cabinet] 17-54-0
[Keyword] woman/rest
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Carried on page 91 of the August 2, 1872 edition of "The Far East." The explanation says that Westerners who do their own hair will probably not be able to understand why a hairdresser comes 2or3 times a week to the housewife's house to do her hair. The hairdresser keeps the hair clean, and the ohaguro (painting teeth of married women black) keeps women away from danger.