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Moga or Modern Girls

The Japanese so-called modern girl, or moga, was the antithesis of the passive, subservient geisha idealized by most shin hanga artists. Moga socialized freely with young men and often engaged in scandalous behavior like smoking, drinking, and dancing at jazz halls. Many of these women worked outside of the home, which allowed them some degree of financial and social freedom. They typically wore the latest Western fashions and hairstyles.


Tipsy
by Kobayakawa Kiyoshi


Curved Line of the Instant
by Kobayakawa Kiyoshi


Standing Nude
by Ishikawa Toraji


Mizutani Yaeko
as Tsubaki-hime
by Natori Shunsen


Chinese Lady
by Elizabeth Keith


Blue Cockatoo
by Ishikawa Toraji


Autumn
by Yamakawa Shuho


Resting
by Ishikawa Toraji


La Danse
by Ishikawa Toraji


Shanghai Cafe Dancers
by Yamamura Toyonari


Early Spring
by Ito Shinsui


Western Style Dancing
by Kobayakawa Kiyoshi

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