Geisha

Geisha (芸者?), geiko (芸子) or geigi (芸妓) are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music, dance and games.

Read more about Geisha:  Terms, Ranking, Stages of Training, Female Dominance in Geisha Society, Modern Geisha, Arts, Geisha and Prostitution, Appearance, In Popular Culture

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Geisha - In Popular Culture - In Music
... "Geisha Girl" on Foreign Love—Hank Locklin (#4 in US Country in 1957) "Lost to a Geisha Girl" on Blueberry Hill—Skeeter Davis (#15 in US Country in 1958, answer to the previous) ...
Autobiography Of A Geisha
... Autobiography of a Geisha (芸者,苦闘の半生涯, Geisha, kutō no hanshōgai?, literally Geisha, Half a Lifetime of Pain and Struggle), is a book by Sayo Masuda ...
Autobiography Of A Geisha - Content of The Autobiography - Life As A Geisha
... uncle retrieved her from the landowners and sold her to an okiya (geisha house) called Takenoya in Suwa ... There, due to her illiteracy and the geisha gave her another nickname, "Low", which was short for low intelligence, and she was frequently made fun of for her dark, sunburned skin, as ... However, Elder Sister Karuta, the second oldest geisha in the okiya, worked with Masuda to help her through her training, starting a lifelong friendship between the two ...
Late Chrysanthemums - Plot
... Kin, the first of the geisha, is consumed by the idea of wealth ... insistent upon being repaid by her former geisha sisters, Tamae and Tomi ... Tamae and Tomi, both former geisha, live together ...
Maiko Haaaan!!! - Plot
... is a salaryman infatuated with maiko (apprentice geisha) and whose greatest goal in life is to play a party game called yakyuken with one ... and makes his first ever visit to a geisha house ... Meanwhile, Fujiko decides to become an apprentice geisha ...