Category: Maiko & Geiko
We have just spent a couple of days with a typhoon and therefore a lot of rain. This remained me of a photo I recently captured of Maiko Kikusana protecting herself from the rain with a traditional Japanese Wagasa umbrella in one of Kyoto Hanamachi or Geisha District.Read More
The first of August is a very special day in Kyoto’s various Geisha Districts, and especially so in Gion. Named after a term that designates the first day of the eighth month of the ancient Japanese calendar, Gion’s Hassaku is a special opportunity to see many of the “Geiko” and “Maiko” from Japan’s most renowned “Hanamachi” or geisha district wearing their most beautiful attire.Read More
A lot of specific details related to the Gion Matsuri can be seen all around Kyoto during the month of July. One of these is the way every senior maiko styles her hair in the Katsuyama hairstyle during the time of the festival.Read More
One of the advantages of the photoshoot organized on a small scale by smaller company or individuals is the small number of photographers. With only a few fellow photographers around, everyone has a chance to direct the model and compose and create his or her image.Read More
One of the things that make Kyoto so diverse, so interesting and so easy to discover is the way so many events take place without surprise, at a given date, a given time at a specific place, a famous temple or an unknown shrine, because this is the way it’s been for a very long time.Read More
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