geishaThe Kamogawa Odori consists of two stages. In the first stage, the play and dance are performed and in the second, a lively group dance. Before the show, the audience can enjoy tea made by a geiko girl at the theater tea corner.

The Kamogawa Odori is a geisha dance performance presented in the late spring in the Pontocho district of Kyoto. Pontocho is one of Kyoto’s few remaining geisha districts, the most famous being Gion. The Pontocho district has been putting on their Kamogawa Odori since 1872.
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