Héloïse Masset

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舞妓 maiko ふく苗 fukunae 宮川町 KYOTO JAPAN

舞妓 maiko ふく苗 fukunae 宮川町 KYOTO JAPAN

March 2016: geiko Ryouka of Gion Higashi under cherry blossoms

March 2016: geiko Ryouka of Gion Higashi under cherry blossoms

Oiran & Geisha : Photo

Oiran & Geisha : Photo

Mamefuji serving tea to visitors of 2016's Miyako Odori. She got to wear a baby blue Hiki with finely painted cranes flying up to the sky. Rumours of her retirement after the spring Dances shook the Scene quite a bit so it's Kind of topical her Okaasan chose this Motiv for her. As the crane stands for longevity and good luck she probably wanted the charm to rub off on Fuji-san and for her to have a long and prosperous Career. The obi is a gem of Tama-Okiya and reserved for Special occasions.

Mamefuji serving tea to visitors of 2016's Miyako Odori. She got to wear a baby blue Hiki with finely painted cranes flying up to the sky. Rumours of her retirement after the spring Dances shook the Scene quite a bit so it's Kind of topical her Okaasan chose this Motiv for her. As the crane stands for longevity and good luck she probably wanted the charm to rub off on Fuji-san and for her to have a long and prosperous Career. The obi is a gem of Tama-Okiya and reserved for Special occasions.

Mamefuji serving tea to visitors of 2016's Miyako Odori. She got to wear a baby blue Hiki with finely painted cranes flying up to the sky. Rumours of her retirement after the spring Dances shook the Scene quite a bit so it's Kind of topical her Okaasan chose this Motiv for her. As the crane stands for longevity and good luck she probably wanted the charm to rub off on Fuji-san and for her to have a long and prosperous Career. The obi is a gem of Tama-Okiya and reserved for Special occasions.

Mamefuji serving tea to visitors of 2016's Miyako Odori. She got to wear a baby blue Hiki with finely painted cranes flying up to the sky. Rumours of her retirement after the spring Dances shook the Scene quite a bit so it's Kind of topical her Okaasan chose this Motiv for her. As the crane stands for longevity and good luck she probably wanted the charm to rub off on Fuji-san and for her to have a long and prosperous Career. The obi is a gem of Tama-Okiya and reserved for Special occasions.

Maiko Fukunae and Maiko Kimihiro

Maiko Fukunae and Maiko Kimihiro

Oiran & Geisha

Oiran & Geisha

Ryouka and Tomitae during Gion Shirakawa Yoizakura

Ryouka and Tomitae during Gion Shirakawa Yoizakura

Ryouka and Tomitae during Gion Shirakawa Yoizakura

Ryouka and Tomitae during Gion Shirakawa Yoizakura