The concept of Maikoya Osaka was inspired by the culture and lifestyles of Geishas. Geisha is a term for a lady who is studying to be an entertainer, fully trained in traditional Japanese arts. It takes many years to learn all the traditions and practices that have become time-honoured and admired by citizens of Japan and to visitors who meet them. They are no doubt the treasured symbol of historic Japan.
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10 things you didn’t know about geisha - Japan Today
Westerners think they know all about geishas, those delicate Japanese women with their virgin milky white faces accented by a jarring pop of red lipstick, their feet sitting in clacking wooden sandals and their bodies wrapped in kimonos that cost more than a Lexus. But it is in Gion that visitors can embrace the gentility and hospitality of the geishas, which is a far cry from the sordid image Westerners had of them during and after World War II. What do you do? Being a geisha satisfies an intrinsically natural desire, an unquestionable way of life. Modern geishas use their own version of business cards.
10 things you didn’t know about geisha
This is quite a unique visit, as most geisha houses are still used or have been destroyed. A time slip to the Edo period. Interesting building, collections of Geisha hair ornaments, musical instruments, kimonos, etc. The kitchen was particularly interesting.
Geisha are most commonly thought to be found in Kyoto and for the most part that is true. Tokyo, with its bright neon lights and technological advancements pales in comparison to the old capital Kyoto when it comes to geisha culture. Nevertheless, Tokyo has six of its own geisha districts, also known as hanamachi Flower towns — some with its original Edo architecture. Sadly, a number of these districts are dying out but the good news is that others are still thriving. Here we have listed the 6 Flower towns of Tokyo.