Geisha graduation …

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Geisha

The ornate fabrics making up the kimonos, obis (waistbands) and kanzashi (hair ornaments) of these maiko on their graduation to become fully fledged geiko (Kyoto equivalent of geisha) – mere outward symbols of an inner grace.

Sake barrels outside Potocho theatre

The ornate kanji typography on sake barrels in Kyoto, Japan – post graduation celebration? Arigatou gozaimasu.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ornate.” and photo challenge Graceful.

9 comments on “Geisha graduation …”

  1. Great interpretation of the theme. Have you thought about tagging your photo challenge post with ‘Weekly photo challenge’? I usually search on that tag in my WordPress reader and scroll though the results – it is much quicker than clicking though all the links on the photo challenge page. It is really interesting to see all the different interpretations of each theme.

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