- A Geisha dressed in the Genroku style, fashionable among Tokyo Geisha around She is showing her obi, tied in the Kichiya-musubi style, a knot named after Kamimura Kichiya (or Uemura Kichiya I) who was a popular Kabuki Actor during the Genroku period
9 Principles of Japanese Art and Culture: Wabi-sabi (imperfect) Miyabi (elegance) Shibui (subtle) Iki (originality) Jo-ha-kyu (slow, accelerate, end) Yugen (mysterious) Geido (discipline and ethics) Ensou (the void) Kawaii (cute)
Dressed for an Odori A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.people working with Basket . # at work Basket# Flower Basket
Geiko Yachiyo dressed for an Odori (Dance), holding a hat from the Heian Period. Yachiyo - was a famous Geiko (Geisha) from Osaka, known for her elegance and her lovely personality. People were said to weep with joy at the sight of her dancing.