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An Introduction of Anna of Ana's Ikimaru

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An Introduction of Anna of Ana's Ikimaru

Post  AnaIkimaru on Sun Aug 23, 2009 3:42 am

Hello Everyone!

This is Anna, head Proprietress of Ana's Ikimaru. I handle most of the kimono-centric and geisha questions around here, as well as figure out what we're bringing and where in they way of shows, festivals, and other Ikimaru events.

I started off as a normal gal interested in geisha- having read Memoirs of a Geisha, I got intrigue However, I wanted to find out if any of what I read was true. I decided to do my own research and come to my own conclusions. The "hobby" I had and fascination I had with kimono grew so much, now it's more than a hobby- it's a passion I share with my partner RJ and work on relentlessly each day to learn more about.

My dreams- formal lessons and certifications in various arts such as kitsuke, dance, several musical instruments, as well and being able to keep on improving the quality of both our geisha studio and kimono store. I'm a heavy believer in always finding room for improvement. After all, if the geisha never stop learning their arts during their career, then why the heck should I?

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