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kvetchlandia:  “Uncredited Photographer Geiko (Geisha from Western Japan) Toba Reading Book c.1938  ”

kvetchlandia: “Uncredited Photographer Geiko (Geisha from Western Japan) Toba Reading Book c.1938 ”

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geisha-kai: “ Tokai Ebisu 2010 with maiko Kosen and Sakiko (SOURCE) During the New Year period Kyoto citizens visit the Ebisu Shrine to meet with maiko and shrine maidens. They gift them lucky bamboo.

Kimono

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

Maiko Ichiyuri in Kyoto by Edy Lianto. She is absolutely stunning.

This appears to be a maiko, but I've left the original tag on it with the info Geisha on the Streets of Gion, Geiko Ichiyuri of Gion Kobu.

Gion Higashi’s girls With the maiko Komako, the maiko Kanohiro, the maiko Tomitae, the maiko Ryouka who is geiko now. (Source)

gion higashi’s girls, with the maiko komako, the maiko kanohiro, the maiko tomitae, the maiko ryouka who is geiko now

(via kimika | Flickr )

(via kimika

Maiko Toshiteru (now retired)   and maiko Toshiyui (now retired) behind her of Miyagawacho

Maiko Toshiteru (now retired) and maiko Toshiyui (now retired) behind her of Miyagawacho

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