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The word “Geisha” has a literal meaning of “art person” or “art doer”. Geisha is also known by the name Geiko, which means “woman of art”. Let’s first address the issue of what exactly to call them because I know a lot of you have heard both terms before: #geiko #geisha
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Hair sticks have been in use for thousands of years, and have been found in cultures of the ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks. Although some of these have been jeweled, luxury items, such as the gold hair sticks of Egypt, more common, wooden hair sticks have also been found in cultures such as Rome, suggesting that they were in wide use amongst people regardless of their financial standing. However, the most influential culture on modern hair sticks has been Japanese, and in particular…
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The print “Purple Blossoms” features the maiko Takahina of Gion Kobu in June, the month of the rainy season in Kyoto. Takahina is posing with a dance parasol made of silk that complements the deep purple of her kimono and the light purple of her hair ornaments (kanzashi). As with the prints “Takahina and Ajisai I and II,” Takahina has hydrangea kanzashi, which maiko in Kyoto wear only in June. In that series, Takahina was a junior maiko with a red collar and brighter kanzashi. In “Purple…
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Mizobuchi Hiroshi 溝縁ひろし Keshou o naoshi 化粧直し (face-lift), Maiko 舞妓 at Gion 祇園, Japan - 1995
There are many people who don't know about the differences between Geisha, Geiko and Maiko ...
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