Travel back to the Edo period with this fascinating courtesan show. Watch Edo-style entertainers in a performance that epitomizes grace and style.
What to Expect
The Yoshiwara quarter was established in Tokyo in the 17th century, and grew into a self-contained district offering all manners of entertainment. Among the women living within this quarter the oiran (courtesans) were the most prominent, chosen by the wealthiest and most powerful citizens as entertainers.
Oiran were masters of entertainment, skilled in sado (tea ceremony), ikebana (flower arranging) and calligraphy, among other cultural arts.
Experience a colorful representation of ancient Japan with this elaborate oiran show, ideal for both new and repeat visitors to Japan!
- Oedo Oiran Geisha show (30min)
Know Before You Go
• Performances are on Saturday and Sunday only
• Show schedule:
Door Open 15:45
Show Starts 16:30 (30 min)