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people / faces / girls / red lips / make up / festival : maiko (geisha apprentices), kyoto japan Two maiko (apprentice geisha), Satono and Satomi, watching the parade of floats at the Gion Festival. Make Up Brush Sets

Gion-Odori, kimono. I performed odori dance for the first time at 4 years old. The last time I danced was around age 13.

Geisha performing Traditional Japanese Dance with Fan - seen in Kyoto in spring. When i visit Japan, will definitely not miss the KABUKI. I think they are the most graceful performers next to the ballet dancers. This fan dance is in my "must watch list"

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Kimono-san - Cultural Topic: Tayuu and Oiran Oiran and Tayuu were the highest class of courtesans. They were not Geisha, nor were Geisha Oiran or Tayuu. Geisha used to work along side Oiran and Tayuu.

Oiran in Yoshiwara, Japan / Tokyo Pic

Oiran 花魁 - Japanese courtesans back in and century. There're no more Oiran in modern times but there're few Matsuri (festival) parading wearing Oiran costume. Be a geisha, be a geisha, be a geisha.

Japan Heian Era Kimono

“Painted Skin : The Resurrection” - Huà Pí which the story is estimated to be set during the early Chinese Han Dynasty BC – 220 AD). Longs sleeves were as common on the hanfu than they were on the kimono.

Geisha, Geiko or Geigi are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance. Description from gerbongartwork.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Geisha pop

In full costume, the geisha must perform her duties regardless. After all, she is a thing of beauty who does not speak nor answer back.

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Japan: Contemporary wedding kimono -- I went to a Japanese wedding.the bride changed into a Western white wedding dress after the traditional Shinto Ceremony (uchikake)