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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.

Maiko without oshiroi (white makeup). You can see mameharu ( now geiko) looking at the camera, Ichiwaka (now geiko) behind her, and the very top of Kyokas head right near mameharu.

kyoto / maiko / geisha / girls / japanese / women / escalator Maiko (geisha apprentices) wearing summer kimono (yukata) make their way to lunch at the Takashimaya department store, Kyoto, Japan. Facing the camera, the maiko Mameharu.

Maiko Kosen 小扇 from Gionkobu by dylulena on Flickr

Maiko Kosen from Gionkobu (Magdalena Frackowiak) Tags: flowers japan cherry japanese kyoto blossom traditional culture maiko geiko geisha april sakura osaka kimono gion nara kosen kobu mamechiho maikokosen

geisha / face / smile / hair / make up / kyoto / japan / photo by momoyama, via Flickr

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kanoyumisan: “ Maiko Tsunemomo (now a Geiko) (Shigenoya) (SOURCE) ”

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Japan, Kyoto - Tomoe Gozen in Jidai Matsuri. The geisha Fukuteru of Miyagawa-cho portrays Tomoe Gozen, a famous female warrior, in Kyoto’s Jidai Matsuri.

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