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An Inside Peek at Kyoto’s Secretive Geisha Culture
Geisha Culture in Kyoto, Japan: An Inside Look | Vogue
Geisha have been around for about years and during the Edo period, the were the leaders of fashion, but it is impossible to say who was the MOST famous. Katsuyama was very famous in the early Edo period and gave her name to the hairstyle that they still use today. If you look at Edo period woodblock prints of beautiful women bijinga these are generally of the geisha who were the most famous at the time. Oyuki Morgan is extremely famous, but it could be because of her relationship and marriage to a foreigner more than her work as a geisha though apparently she was quite a good geisha.
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At the peak of her career in the s, Mineko Iwasaki was probably the most famous and highest-earning geisha in Japan. Chosen as heir to the Iwasaki geisha house in Gion, she left her home aged four and was legally adopted by the geisha house "mother" in the s. Iwasaki endured the rigours of geisha training to rise to the top of her profession; by the time she retired at 29, she had entertained some of the most famous people in the world, including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, and former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger.