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A Cultural History of Japanese Beauty

A Tang Dynasty Lady

A Tang Dynasty Lady (China) A Hein Lady (Japan)

1. Many Westerners who visited Japan described ohaguro as a repugnant Japanese custom which disfigured Japanese women by making the women intentionally unattractive. “ One day a handsome Captain happened to pass by by and admired her from a distance. But then she smiled and he saw her unblackened teeth gleaming and flashing and was quite disgusted. ‘There was something wild and barbaric about it.’ ”

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