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maiko

(ˈmaɪkəʊ)
n, pl -ko or -kos
(Anthropology & Ethnology) an apprentice geisha
[from Japanese, literally: dancer]
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Looking to Keep the Culture of Geiko and Maiko Alive
Creepy stranded ships, crashing waves and a Japanese Maiko huddling in the rain in Kyoto all feature in the amazing pictures.
I think this inheritance culture has been overtaken by time." His contact is [emailprotected]IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT: Though obtaining the new E-passport has proved a big challenge to many people in recent weeks, Maiko Sunzuki is impressed that there are some "great officers" in the Immigration Department who are up to the task and will make it happen.
A heatwave during the 2018 celebrations forced the organizers to cancel one of the part of the Gion Matsuri, Ato-Matsuri Hanagasa Junko that includes the Maiko dancer parade and Mikoshi carried by kids and so on.
"No debemos olvidar el importante trabajo en los 'parques de conflicto' en la Republica Democratica del Congo: Garama, Virunga, Maiko y Kahuzi-Biega.
Kyoto is known for its blending of modern and traditional Japan, with geisha and maiko still performing there.
With this, more people wish to participate in these events such as Ozashiki Asobi, which is a banquet or party where guests can watch Maiko and Geiko perform, play games and have interesting conversations.
Former G4S officers Josiah Maiko, Oscar Lumiti, Moses Amunga and Charles Kemosi were charged with using metal cutting gadgets to saw off the bank's window grills on January 1.
Within weeks of his arrival in the former Soviet republic, he is said to have sparked up a romance with his Georgian TV journalist girlfriend Maiko Tchanturidze, 24.
He grew close to Maiko Tchanturidze, 24, while on the run in Eastern Europe.
The banquet was also a great success, featuring excellent food, a live string quartet, and a traditional maiko dance and music performance.
Maiko Tagusari, secretaire generale de l'organisation japonaise [beaucoup moins que]Centre des droits des prisonniers[beaucoup plus grand que], a declare que [beaucoup moins que]le refus du droit a l'assistance d'un avocat pendant les interrogatoires, sa detention prolongee avant inculpation et les conditions d'emprisonnement exposent certaines defaillances graves qui caracterisent le systeme judiciaire japonais depuis trop longtemps[beaucoup plus grand que].