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Geisha of Kanazawa Prefecture Website

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Geisha of Kanazawa Prefecture Website

Post  AnaIkimaru on Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:03 pm

Go, go go kanazawa! I am so excited to find this and post about it. Currently there are about 50 fifty in Kanazawa prefecture in the hanamachi of Higashi Chayagai. kaikaro is the largest Ochaya in Kanazawa.



Geiko at Kanazawa
The art of a Geiko in Kanazawa began as far back as Kaga clan era (1820). In Kanazawa, there are about fifty geikos now, and there are three teahouse districts of Higashi, Nishi, and Kazue Street. Each street has its own taste and characteristics, where even the style of dancing or some other performance subtlety varies area by area. More geikos perform at the national level with lustrous kimono and a consummate skill including performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance.
In the beginning of the party, the dance called OZATUKI is performed by the geikos. You will be stuck by the beauty of Japanese culture. After that, the party climaxes with playing peculiar "OZATUKIDAIKO" to Kanazawa.
About”OZATUKIDAIKO” is that the geiko guides, how to perform it, and you can experience the drum play. At Kaikaro, you can have an attractive experience.

A Dinner Party at Kaikaro
Kaikaro serves the excellent cuisine of the Kanazawa. The Master Chef Enomoto who has the qualification of the Meister of Japanese food cooks the dinner at Kaikaro. The dinner is cooked from the food in season with good quality. The varieties of the plates for the dinner are Kutani ware, Wajima lacquer, and Kanazawa gold leaf. You can actually take the traditional craft goods in your hand. Also, the sake brewed with Kanazawa's beautiful water is recommended. Please relax and enjoy this highlight selection of the Japanese traditional dinner at Kaikaro.

About Charge Setting of the Kaikaro
As for the basic charge of the Kaikaro, dinner fee, geikos fee, and a room fee are included. The drink fee is not included in the basic charge, but it can be set too. The charge can be changed depending on the number of customers and geikos. Please inquire details.
***Example********
10 customers, 3 geikos, dishes
= Per person 28,000yen

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http://www.kenrokuen.jp/en/kaikaro/index.html
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