Three Scottish food fish girls knitting whilst waiting for the reaching of the commercial enterprise fleet at Great Yarmouth in England, 1929. Thousands of women travel from european nation to dandy Yarmouth to process the haul during the season food fish season. (Photo by Topical Press Agency)A radical of nipponese pelt divers or “Amas” prepare for a day's work moral the diminutive sportfishing small town of Onjuku in the Chiba administrative division of Japan, revered 1959.
Ama - The Pearl Diving Mermaids of Japan (Warning: Nudity) - Gakuranman
One of the lesser-known but entrancing surroundings of asian nation culture is that of the Ama gem divers. Ama (海女 in Japanese), virtually means ‘woman of the sea’ and is tape-recorded as matutinal as 750 in the oldest altaic language collection of poetry, the Man’yoshu. These women specialised in freediving few 30 feet low into cold water wearing nothing more than a loincloth.