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Geisha en Maiko in Japan.
Het fenomeen Geisha. Bij het woord geisha spreek uit als geesja, waarbij de g als in het Engelse garden klinkt denken de meeste westerlingen direct aan een prostituee. Toch is een geisha, in Kyoto worden ze trouwens geiko genoemd, voornamelijk een gezelschapsdame en dan in de gewone" betekenis van het woord.
Geisha Restaurant Lounge.
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10 Reasons Japanese Geisha Aren't' What You Think Listverse.
Hundreds of thousands of Japanese girls slept with American soldiers in exchange for money. By 1949, its estimated that 80 percent of the American soldiers stationed in Japan were sleeping with Japanese girls, typically with prostitutes who were calling themselves geisha girls.
12 Facts You Probably Didn't' Know About Geisha tsunagu Japan.
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Geisha Japanese Culture Inside Japan Tours.
Even geisha who have been fully qualified for many years continue to practise every day, never allowing her skills to become rusty. During the Allied occupation of Japan after World War Two, many Japanese prostitutes dressed in kimono and imitated the look of geisha to attract American clients, who were unable to tell the difference between these false geisha" girls" and the genuine article.
Geisha Culture in Kyoto, Japan: An Inside Look Vogue.
When the culture first came into existence in the Edo period, women in pleasure quarters called themselves geishas, but those behaviors are no longer practicedthis includes the concept of selling ones virginity for a maikos mizuage ceremony. Traditionally, one is unable to enter an ochaya to be entertained by geiko or maiko unless an existing client has referred them and theyve built up a rapport with the okaasan meaning mother, but which also refers to the owner of an ochaya or okiya, a lodging house for geisha. It was previously unheard of for foreigners to enter an ochaya unaccompanied, but due to economic difficulties some establishments have loosened their restrictions for the sake of keeping their business alive. If youve ever had friends travel to Japan, youve probably heard their laments of how impossible it was to secure dinner reservations at sought-after restaurants. So imagine trying to break into the guarded, secret society of geiko. A mystery to even the Japanese, here, the ultimate form of currency is not how much you have, but rather who you know, and making the acquaintance of an ochaya patron is like hitting the jackpot.
Understanding the Geisha of Japan: Myths Facts I am Aileen.
However, when 1800 came in, the oiran slowly fell out of demand when wealthy Japanese men chose geisha more as their companion of choice due to their chic and modern demeanour. Simply put: the rise of the geisha was the fall of the oiran.

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