Knowing the Difference in Restoring the Asian Look
Shoguns, the leaders of the samurai, governed Japan until the overthrow of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1867. During their ruling periods, hairstyling was used to indicate the social rank and class of Japanese men. There was no obvious male pattern baldness at that time because every man appeared bald as a result of a custom called sakayaki. During the coming-of-age ceremony, the potential bald area would be shaved (Fig. 1), and this hairstyle maintained throughout life.
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