Geishas, ​​guardians of Japanese arts 芸者

  • Published on : 29/04/2020
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Women of art and traditions

The word geisha literally means "artisan". These artists practice the traditional Japanese arts and are purveyors of Japanese culture. Explore a world of willows and flowers, a tinted world of mystery that originates from Kyoto.

Geisha à Kyoto

Activité au Japon : Balade nocturne à Gion

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