Geisha are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses. Their wide skills include performing various arts such as Japanese classical music, traditional dance, witty games and conversation to entertain customers. The word Geisha consists of two kanji: “Gei” meaning art and “Sha” meaning person or doer. Geishas are performing artists in Western Japan, which includes Kyoto and Kanazawa.
(Material: Clay, Porcelain and Ceramic Composite)
(Height: ~36 cm, Width: ~ 12 cm, Depth: ~10 cm)
(Weight: ~0.9 kg)