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April kanzashi for senior maiko (worn by Mameroku). Mameroku is from Arai okiya which has many original hikizuri, kanzashi and obi. I love the Mameji's (okaasan) taste.

April kanzashi for senior maiko (worn by Mameroku). Mameroku is from Arai okiya which has many original hikizuri, kanzashi and obi.

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Umeyae wearing a cute and quite busy Hiki. I love the small flowers on the royal blue Background, the hints of orange on her Obi are a perfect match! This is actually one of very few Hikis i like from Kamishichiken.

いいね!575件、コメント30件 ― Yoco よーこさん(@yoco405_)のInstagramアカウント: 「勝奈さん❤️美しすぎる横顔💋」

いいね!575件、コメント30件 ― Yoco よーこさん(@yoco405_)のInstagramアカウント: 「勝奈さん❤️美しすぎる横顔💋」

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花簪 ~ Hana kanzashi [Ornamento floreale per capelli]

Ofuku hair style #maiko

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Maiko always wear red nagajuban - under robe of kimono, white tabi and sometimes they use the high wooden okobo shoes. They’re not...

Geisha-terms Glossary (still in progress) A - Atatori - An atatori is the heir to an okiya or ochaya. They are often biological daughters of the proprietresses (Geisha are allowed and even encouraged.

Important message for tourists in Kyoto  Maiko Mitsuna is currently wearing the Suisha (“a waterwheel” - 水車) hairstyle - one of few pre-sakkou hairstyles used in Pontocho district. Maiko of Pontocho wear additional, rare hairstyles before the final sakkou and becoming a geiko.

Maiko Mitsuna is currently wearing the Suisha (“a waterwheel” - 水車) hairstyle - one of few pre-sakkou hairstyles used in Pontocho district. Maiko of Pontocho wear additional, rare hairstyles before.

Kikuno san

Kikuno has recently collaborated with Geisha from other Hanamachi, and has played outside of Nara where she has her own ochaya. Her show in New York was a part of her commitments dedicated to preserving Geisha culture.

Osomemage hairstyle. Hairstyle worn during Setsubun

Ayano as a maiko, wearing osomemage hairstyle for setsubun Setsubun 2010 (by Onihide)

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