But do you really know all the history and traditions of these special ladies? Unfortunately in the West Geisha are often wrongly confused with prostitutes. Let us discover what really is the job of Geisha in Japan.
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I could not be in Japan and not experiment to try a costume of "geisha", good of a "maiko" to be more accurate. Kimonos are one of the typical attires in Japan. We are more accustomed to talk about "geisha" than "Maikos", but the difference between these, is that the "Maiko" are the youngest apprentices, and so in Japan most teenagers wear more colorful attire, because the "geisha", who are women but Mature, they use sober, neutral colors.
One after another, they round the corner and shuffle into the room swiftly and quietly, only creating the slightest of sound as their tiny steps meet the tatami mat. The moment they enter, the atmosphere changes; their presence raises hairs on arms, and everyone immediately goes quiet, in awe of the beauty that has just arrived. On this particular evening, we are honored with the presence of two geiko and one maiko. The former must be older than 20 while the latter is between the ages of 15 and