This is a 19th century print of Japanese women in a variety of traditional kimonos. Typical of the style of cut outs in this era, they are created so that the dolls have fronts and backs. It's interesting that "clothing" part to be assembled is the various hairstyles (many of which are similar, it seems).
After the East was opened to Western society, there was a pretty big craze for all things "oriental" (hence the later popularity of The Mikado, for example). But these lovely little dolls appear to be made in Japan for a Japanese audience.
Can't date them very well, but I am guessing late 1800s. Click on the Fu