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
I love it when a girl slightly lifts her chin, and looks over at you. Coy, Cool, and Sexy. GIANT SIZE : www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/2400357640/sizes/o/ Ca.1905 image from a half-stereoview by Herbert G. Ponting. This scan taken from a 1910 half-tone print. See the photographer enjoying the company of Geisha Girls in this old photo: www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/2360328226/ Check out the set link to the right of this image for lots more long hair in old Japan. Who is this girl ?…
Many people outside of Japan may not know the differences between Oiran and Geisha, two traditional Japanese female entertainers. This article explores the contrasts and similarities of their histories, costumes, makeup, lifestyles, and roles in society, offering a nuanced perspective on their unique cultural significance.
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