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Three Maiko Girls with a Camera Maiko Hatsuko holding a camera, while two other Maiko girls (Apprentice Geisha) look on, a postcard from the mid
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Kimonos are handmade, and geisha usually get kimonos designed just for them. Kimono prints and fabrics change with the seasons, but they are always made of silk. Geisha also spend about two hours just doing their makeup, hair, and putting on the kimono!
bamboo walls and Maiko makeup
The part of town where you'll likely see a geisha. It's more common to see the apprentice "maiko" than a geisha. Most people mistake a maiko for a geisha. Maikos wear a dangling obi and dangling hair ornament while geishas do not.
Obi maiko The beautiful belt or waist wrapping on the Kimono of a Maiko, the apprentice Geisha, seen from the rear.