Sunday, January 17, 2010



Geisha are traditional female Japanese entertainers and social companions. Their training, performances, and appearance follow a tradition that goes back hundreds of years, and follow very elaborate rules and customs. The Japanese tea ceremony is a case in point. There is a right way, and many wrongs ways to do it, and each aspect of the setting, utensils, materials, and steps have a particular meaning.


Kitty said...

Oh Ceeeee....

Let's learn to be geishas... it would be very interesting...... :)


theceelist said...

it would be fun 2 lk take a lil class get all dressed up bet make tea then drink it twist it up & paint my face brown golden bronzy..LOOOOOOOOOOL YEAH!