Experience the true, authentic taste of traditional Japan with a private Kaiseki Dinner with a Maiko.
They are professional entertainers and social companions, skilled in the arts of conversation, music, dance, literature and tea ceremony.
In Kyoto, Geiko (芸子) is the exact term for “geisha.” They have completed each stage of their training and may charge full price to attend parties or engagements.
In a Machiya (町屋/町家), a traditional wooden townhouses in the historical capital of Kyoto and registered as National Cultural Heritage in 1999, spend a special party time or ozashiki-asobi with a maiko (apprentice geisha).
You can combine the dinner with additional experience, Kitsuke (Japanese kimono) with hair-styling, make-up and photo-shooting for an additional cost.
Experience available in Kyoto and Kanazawa.