Geishas, ​​guardians of Japanese arts 芸者

  • Published on : 29/04/2020
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Un métier d'art et de respect des traditions

Le terme de geisha signifie littéralement : "personne pratiquant les arts". Partez sur leurs traces, à la découverte. du monde des saules et des fleurs, un univers teinté de mystère dont le berceau se situe à Kyoto.

Geisha à Kyoto

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