Famous dessert in Kyoto? Or not... we were just craving for some.
Famous temple in Kyoto
If you think this is scary, this is nothing compared to a close-up. (No, I won't post one... ! Be glad... be very glad. =))
If you're an expert on Japanese garments, you'll know that there's a difference between 芸者 (geisha) and 舞妓 (Maiko). Now, guess which one I'm dressed as.
Yoshimi was struggling between the white or the black kimono. In the end, she went for black.
My make-up artist. When I asked if she liked her job, she let out a dry laugh. I'm still not sure what that means.. but I'd like to scrub white powder/paste on someone's face - just for fun.
My first 舞妓(there's your answer!) experience!