Yasaka Hall, Gion Corner, Kyoto.

Japanese Traditional Art and Theatre performances at the Yasaka Hall, Gion Corner.

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Maiko Gallery showcasing some of the hair accessories worn by the Maiko dancers.

Tea Ceremony – Ryurei  and Koto, a six-stringed zither.

Kyogen Theatre – Comedy.                  Bunraku Puppet Theatre.

Flower Arrangement or Ikebana.

Kyo-mai Dance by Geisha / Geiko.

Gagaku Court Music.

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Geisha at Hanami-Koji Street or famulously known as Gion Corner in Kyoto, Japan.

Geisha or Geiko as they are also often referred by, translates to Gei meaning Art and Sha – Person, or Geiko, Ko meaning Child).

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