Paulina Dudzińska

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GEISHA.....ON FACEBOOK....... it may be dancing and playing traditional tunes or just chatting and playing various board games. There is a distinction between specialized geishas in dance and other: the former are nicknamed Tachikata ("standing") or odoriko ("dancer"), while the others are called Jikata ("base") because they sit down to play and sing while others dance......

GEISHA.....ON FACEBOOK....... it may be dancing and playing traditional tunes or just chatting and playing various board games. There is a distinction between specialized geishas in dance and other: the former are nicknamed Tachikata ("standing") or odoriko ("dancer"), while the others are called Jikata ("base") because they sit down to play and sing while others dance......

Geishas tachikata y geishas jikata. Lo mejor es el blog Japonismo. Para saber más hay que visitarlo!!

Japan Rail Pass in Australia's Choice for the JR Pass. We have great information on this brilliant country and what it has to offer.

"Ohaguro is a Japanese aristocratic term describing the custom of dying one’s teeth black. In Japan, it existed from ancient times, and was seen among the civilians until the end of the Meiji period(1868 -1912). Pitch black things such as glaze like lacquer were seen as beautiful."

Ohaguro (お歯黒) is a custom of dyeing one’s teeth black. It was most popular in Japan until the Meiji era. Dyeing is mainly done by married women.

Geisha makeup is amazing

Geisha 芸妓 君香さんと君晴さん Real-life sisters Kimika (right) and Kimiharu (left) are young geiko (geisha) who work in the Miyagawa-cho area of Kyoto, Japan. In Kyoto geisha are known as geiko and trainee geisha are known as maiko.