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Maiko in Kyoto – Geisha in training

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Golden Geisha by Kathern Welsh (695×900)

Golden Geisha by Kathern Welsh

So cute!

So cute/ Children in traditional kimono

Maiko.  Tisser à la main pour détisser à la main by Stéphane Barbery on Flickr.    舞妓

At Kyoto, Japan. September Photography by Stephane Barbery

Maiko Mamemaru (apprentice geisha). Geisha translates to "a person of the arts." For nearly 400 years, the life of a geisha was highly coveted for Japanese women. To become a geisha often meant years of intense training—sometimes from childhood—in the quest for artistic beauty in music, dancing, tea ceremony and conversation. The gokagai of Kyoto are its five geisha districts, also known as "flower towns". Gion Kōbu, Pontochō and Kamishichiken have the highest status, entertaining…

Maiko Mamemaru in a Sky Blue Kimono

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Tattoo inspiration Geisha...i got an idea...dig through my grandmas photos and find one of her in a kimono and use it for my tattoo

i got an idea.dig through my grandmas photos and find one of her in a kimono and use it for my tattoo

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Four Beautiful Geisha

Gunbai Uchiwa Obi (1930)  A Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) dressed for a ceremonial occasion, her Darari Obi (Dangling Sash) is decorated with Gunbai Uchiwa, a type of War Fan used by high-ranking Samurai to signal troop movements and deflect small weapons. Gunbai Uchiwa are also used by referees in professional Sumo wrestling matches.

Gunbai Uchiwa Obi A Maiko (Apprentice Geisha) dressed for a ceremonial occasion, her Darari Obi (Dangling Sash) is decorated with Gunbai Uchiwa, a type of War Fan used by high-ranking Samurai to signal troop movements and deflect small weapons.

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