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Seasonal Geisha Evenings®

Spring Dinner & Performance

13 Apr. Only

Spring dinner and performance with us offers you the opportunity to delve into Kanazawa's esteemed geisha culture, alongside cuisine that epitomises true teahouse hospitality. Crafted with an abundance of seasonal ingredients from Kanazawa and served in traditional craft tableware, each dish reflects the cultural and artisanal heritage of this historic castle town. The authenticity of the experience is further enriched by the geishas’ performances, where traditional kimonos, obi belts, and accessories, along with the melodious sounds of taiko drums and shamisen, come together to create a memorable evening.

Information

13 April

Dates

17:30 to 19:30

Time

Kaikaro Teahouse
Higashi Chaya District, 1-14-8 Higashiyama, Kanazawa, Ishikawa (Google Map)

Venue

¥30,000 (tax included)

Special Dinner - free flow included.

Pricing

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Reserve Tickets

  • 13 Apr. Spring Dinner Party
    13 Apr. Spring Dinner Party
    RSVP Closed
    Sat, 13 Apr
    Kaikaro Teahouse
    13 Apr 2024, 17:30 – 19:30
    Kaikaro Teahouse, 1-chōme-14-8 Higashiyama, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0831, Japan
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Guidelines

Guests are allowed to take a few casual photos with mobile phones, smartphones, or pocket cameras. However, please do not take photos or record videos during dance performances, or when Lady Baba is speaking.

There is no specific dress code, but please do not dress too casually, such as just a T-shirt and jeans. Showing respect to the venue and to the geisha is appreciated.

To protect the tatami mat flooring, guests are not allowed to enter the venue with bare feet. Please wear socks while you are at Kaikaro teahouse. If you are wearing stockings, please bring socks to wear over them.

Please do not bring large luggage with you.

No outside food or drinks.

Children 6 and under are not allowed at Geisha Evenings®.

FAQ

  • Unfortunately, the answer is no. Geisha performances and their hospitality are usually available exclusively at chaya teahouses, where there is a strict policy of requiring existing patrons to invite any new patrons.

    This is a rare opportunity for members of the public to experience geisha hospitality and performances, so we recommend making Geisha Evenings® reservations well in advance.

  • To show respect to the geisha and the venue, we ask that guests not dress too casually, such as just a T-shirt and jeans.

  • Entering a chaya teahouse venue with bare feet is a major faux pas in Japan. Our venues are usually traditional buildings with tatami mat floors, and stepping on them with bare feet can damage them.

    Please make sure to at least bring a pair of socks to wear during the event, and have your socks on when you arrive.

  • Guests are allowed to take a few casual photos and videos, and share them on social media. However, please do not take photos or record videos during dance performances, or when Lady Baba is speaking.

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