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Geisha
Derog.

A Japanese woman trained to be a professional singer, dance, and companion for men. With one look, a Geisha can capture a man’s heart. They are trained in a variety of arts including, literature, horticulture and music. Geisha means, “person of the arts.” Prostitutes wear the bow of their sash (obi) in front of their kimono, but the geisha wears their obi at the back.

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Geisha
Derog.
Japanese

A Japanese woman trained to be a professional singer, dancer, and companion for men. With one look, a Geisha can capture a man’s heart. They are trained in a variety of arts including literature, horticulture and music. It means, “Person of the arts.” Prostitutes wear the bow of their sash, or obi, in front of their kimono, but geisha wear their obi at the back.

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Onna bugeisha
Derog.
Japanese

Shesaurus Onna bugeisha
Pictured: Nakano Takeko. In 1868, during the Battle of Aizu, a member of the Aizu clan, she was recruited to become leader of a female corps.
女武芸者 A female warrior of nobility. She is skilled to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle and to protect the household. During the Heian and Kamakura periods, the Onna bugeisha were prominent on the battlefield. They were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role.

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