Geisha Walking Tours in Kyoto

Peter Macintosh and his wife at the Hanagumo

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For those able to spend a little more money ($700 – $1500 dollars) he offers a unique experience of either a short audience with a Maiko or a full Geisha banquet including a dance performance. Being able to book such a private audience as an outsider is a very rare luxury and having done this myself I highly endorse the experience; the additional money is worth the once in a lifetime experience.

http://hanagumo.com/
http://www.kyotosightsandnights.com/index.html

The Australia TV show The Great Outdoors went to Kyoto and took Peter Macintosh’s walking tour, you can see the segment from the show below.