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From Japan’s Meiji Period until the Showa Period (1868-1945), the Omori Kaigan Seaside neighborhood flourished as one of Tokyo’s representative hanamachi, geisha districts. In its golden age, the streets were lined with traditional Japanese restaurants, ryotei, and beautifully dressed groups of geisha could been seen fluttering in and out as they worked in the stylish neighborhood. The Yoshinoya geisha house has existed in the Omori and Oimachi area since that golden age.
The geisha of Yoshinoya spend their days diligently studying traditional Japanese dance, tea ceremony, and Nagauta shamisen. It is our hope that we can share the beauty of Japanese tradition with you.