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Japanese dating traditions

This dye would be drunk, causing the drinker’s teeth to turn black.In order to keep the teeth black, the process be repeated once a day or once every few days.The interpretation of another figure as a singer and the presence of a drummer are rather too general for conclusions, although a Chinese history book of the 3rd century () does speak of the natives of Japan as singing and dancing during a funeral.

Unfortunately, the white makeup, which was made of rice powder, could potentially cause a person’s teeth to look yellower than they actually were.

During this period, it was the aristocrats, especially its female members, who practiced dying their teeth black.

This practice caught on as it complemented another symbol of beauty during that period…

In order to overcome this problem, women painted their teeth black.

continued to be practiced during subsequent periods of Japanese history.

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  4. Ohaguro which may be translated as ‘blackened teeth’ is a practice in which people usually women dye their teeth black.

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