祇園東の舞妓・富津愈さんが出ているフリーペーパーの写真

2016/1/12

祇園東・富菊の舞妓・富津愈(とみつゆ)さんが出ているフリーペーパー「ENJOY KYOTO」の写真です。

The first issue for the new year is a stroll around the city for classy young women, known in Japan as otome. We take a closer look at some of the things young women in Kyoto are doing, where they’re going, and what they’re buying. To start the tour, there’s a look at that symbol of traditional femininity, the maiko, Kyoto’s apprentice geiko (or geisha, as they’re known elsewhere). Our feature article introduced the history of maiko, the etiquette of the teahouse, and a Gion establishment offering visitors the chance to experience the finest in maiko hospitality and entertainment. Tomitsuyu, an English-speaking maiko from the Tomikiku geiko house in Higashi-Gion, gives us unique insights into contemporary life in her storied profession. #japan #kyoto #maiko #geisha #gion #girl #cute #cutie #kawaii #cool #instagood #picoftheday #photooftheday #happy #dance #smile #lovely #love #life #traditional #historical #culture

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The first issue for the new year is a stroll around the city for classy young women, known in Japan as otome. We take a closer look at some of the things young women in Kyoto are doing, where they’re going, and what they’re buying. To start the tour, there’s a look at that symbol of traditional femininity, the maiko, Kyoto’s apprentice geiko (or geisha, as they’re known elsewhere). Our feature article introduced the history of maiko, the etiquette of the teahouse, and a Gion establishment offering visitors the chance to experience the finest in maiko hospitality and entertainment. Tomitsuyu, an English-speaking maiko from the Tomikiku geiko house in Higashi-Gion, gives us unique insights into contemporary life in her storied profession. #japan #kyoto #maiko #geisha #gion #girl #cute #cutie #kawaii #cool #instagood #picoftheday #photooftheday #happy #dance #smile #lovely #love #life #traditional #historical #culture

A photo posted by Matsushima Naoya (@fuwa1q71) on

The first issue for the new year is a stroll around the city for classy young women, known in Japan as otome. We take a closer look at some of the things young women in Kyoto are doing, where they’re going, and what they’re buying. To start the tour, there’s a look at that symbol of traditional femininity, the maiko, Kyoto’s apprentice geiko (or geisha, as they’re known elsewhere). Our feature article introduced the history of maiko, the etiquette of the teahouse, and a Gion establishment offering visitors the chance to experience the finest in maiko hospitality and entertainment. Tomitsuyu, an English-speaking maiko from the Tomikiku geiko house in Higashi-Gion, gives us unique insights into contemporary life in her storied profession. #japan #kyoto #maiko #geisha #gion #girl #cute #cutie #kawaii #cool #instagood #picoftheday #photooftheday #happy #dance #smile #lovely #love #life #traditional #historical #culture

A photo posted by Matsushima Naoya (@fuwa1q71) on