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How to Be Beautiful in Heian Era Japan » Learn about about female beauty standards, including makeup, hair, and fashion, in Heian-era Japan (794-1185).

Ohaguro, the Japanese teeth-blackening custom, known to have been practised from the Kofun period, was shared by ancient Southeast Asian tribes » Ohaguro, according to Wikipedia,  is a custom of dyeing one’s teeth black and an aristocratic term. It was practised since prehistoric times (traces of blackened teeth can be seen in the buri…

In Japan, the Message of Anti-Racism Protests Fails to Hit Home (Published 2020) » A view that institutional racism is a faraway problem is keeping the country from more fully confronting entrenched discrimination.

Scientists sequence the full Black Death genome and find the mother of all plagues » This is an updated version of an old piece, edited to include new information. Science progresses by adding new data to an ever-growing picture. Why should science writing be different? The road of East Smithfield runs through east London and carries a deep legacy of death. Two cemeteries, established in the area in the 14th […]

r/interestingasfuck on Reddit: Ohaguro: The Asian Practice of Blackening the Teeth. This was common in the 1930's in Japan, Philippines, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, India, and China. It was used to show high status or wealth and was also popular among geisha's, prostitutes and married women, as it was also a sign of true Beauty. » Posted by u/Josette22 - 93 votes and 42 comments


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