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Narui Raisuke Studio 
Portrait of Oiran 
1885 (ca) 
  
Albumen print 
295 x 209mm 
  
Old Japan 
Images and text courtesy of Terry Bennett (Old Japan - www.old-japan.co.uk - EB-30019) 
  
 
LL/9213 
  
Portrait of an oiran [high class courtesan] with her traditional assistants Shinzo and Kamuro, ca. 1885, vintage albumen print in good condition, 295 x 209mm, on original light blue slightly soiled studio mount, 342 x 240mm, imprinted: R. Narui Yasaka Temple Kyoto, Japan. Narui Raisuke (1858-1902) operated a portrait studio in Kyoto from 1879. Prior to that, he had studied at his father's studio at Osaka. Narui's reputation grew and his studio became known as the 'studio of choice' for top geisha, maiko, Kabuki actors and oiran. 
 
 
  
 
  
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