~Maiko is an apprentice Geiko (not exactly same as geisha) in Kyoto, Western Japan. Their jobs consist of performing songs, dances, and playing the shamisen or Koto (Traditional Japanese musical instruments) for visitors during feasts | House of Beccaria
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Samurai Parade | Shunki Reitaisai, the Nikko Spring Festival. The highlight of Nikko's Grand Festival of Spring is a Samurai procession honouring Tokugawa Ieyasu, Japan's first Shogun, who was buried at Toshogu Shrine in 1617. Over 1000 men, lion dancers, musicians and Shinto priests take part. The procession escorts sacred portable shrines through the streets of Nikko in a re-enactment of the famous Shogun's burial procession, known as Hyakumono-Zoroe Sennin Gyoretsu.