22 February 2015

Ozashiki in Hanahusa Ochaya

 Maiko of Hanafusa okiya entertained guests with clever conversation and dance. Traditional seasonal Kyoto kaiseki was served, accompanied with matcha tea and delicious sake. Everyone enjoyed them self and as usual it was hard to bid our farewells
Sr Maiko Kikutsuru - pink hikizuri
Jr Maiko Kikumaru - subtle blue hikizuri, who also performed the dance
Jr Maiko Kikuno - dark blue hikizuri

17 February 2015

Photos from Fuyu no Odori

- Sr Maiko Kikutsuru
- Jr Maiko Kikumaru
Photographer - Samara san

15 February 2015

Odori no Fuyu

Sunday 15th of February Two maikos of Hanafusa okiya will be performing a last Winter odori for this Winter. A tragic love story is the centre piece.
Bring your loved once, your family or your friends and come and enjoy a nice evening with Japanese dance.
9 am slt - 10 am slt
Pictures may be taken with Maikos after performances if wished for.
Dress code - as you would go to the theater in ^^

4 February 2015

Obake Ozashiki in Hanahusa ochaya

“Obake” is like Japanese Halloween. This custom is now confined mainly to the geisha districts, where geisha go from tea house to tea house and perform a skit while dressed in outrageous costumes. One of the rules of Obake is that things are topsy-turvey. Old dress as young, men dress and women and vice-versa.
This years obake ozashiki in Miyagawacho was themed with a magic story about a kitsune and old but wise lady^
Shamisen - Geiko Kikuyu
Old Lady - Maiko Kikutsuru
Kitsune - Maiko Kikumaru