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Tea ceremony of Miyako Odori Kyoto ~ Gionkōbu maiko Sayaka-san (祇園甲部舞妓 紗矢佳さん) as the assistant.

A woman portraying a Tayu.

Oiran Dochu Festival I admire any woman who can go all day with that many things in her hair

Black & White Swirl Umbrella: Like a giant cocktail umbrella, imagine twirling this down the rainy pavement !

Black & White Swirl Umbrella: Likel a giant cocktail umbrella, imagine twirling this down the rainy pavement !

Empress Michiko In Traditional Dress In Japan On November 08, 1990 - Michiko in formal imperial court attire for the enthronement rite.

Emperor Akihito And Empress Michiko In Traditional Dress In Japan On November 1990 - Michiko in formal imperial court attire for the enthronement rite. (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Shichi-Go-San children's shrine visit at Izumo Taisha

Shichi-Go-San ( 七五三 - seven-five-three ) is a festival marking a Japanese traditional rite of passage for 3 and 7 year-old girls.

A close-up portrait of the maiko Mamefuji.(Taken by Yasuhiko Nakamura and click here for the individual source)

A close-up portrait of the maiko Mamefuji.(Taken by Yasuhiko Nakamura and click here for the individual source)

舞妓 ◦●◦ ჱ ܓ ჱ ᴀ ρᴇᴀcᴇғυʟ ρᴀʀᴀᴅısᴇ ჱ ܓ ჱ ✿⊱╮ ♡ ❊ ** Buona giornata ** ❊ ~ ❤✿❤ ♫ ♥ X ღɱɧღ ❤ ~ Th 19th Feb 2015

Maiko Fukuharu of Gion Higashi under cherry blossoms, retired in Mai 2017 before turning her collar to become a geiko

Kotohajime 2014: Maiko Kanohiro (Kanoya) and Maiko Tomitsuyu (Tomikiku)  from Gion Higashi

Kotohajime Maiko Kanohiro (Kanoya) and Maiko Tomitsuyu (Tomikiku) from Gion Higashi

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