Geisha Culture and Arts

Welcome to Geisha Gold!

Welcome to and an opportunity to learn a little about geisha or geiko, their history, culture and the arts.

To register for this site, please choose "register" on the left side of this page. You will get a confirmation email with the following language: 


"Hello [your name], 

Thanks for your interest in joining our site. Please verify your email address in order to activate your membership. To confirm, use the link below."

"Yes, I'd like to join this site"

About Us

Konnichiwa! Welcome to

This site can be used by interested persons as a foundation for geisha training in SecondLife, an online community, or if you are just interested in the flower world.

The intent of Geishagold is to offer a taste of information about Geisha life and culture. In a most humble way we hope our presentation honors the work of professionals who were and are true geisha or geiko.

**This website is not meant to substitute for real geisha training or to be all inclusive of information. Much of the information here has been gathered from books and other sites online. Credit is given on the appropriate pages. Other content is my own. Please notify me if you wish to use any of the information here. 

I may be reached in SecondLife by sending me a notecard addressed to Suzanne Logan, aka Geisha Masami, Okaasan of Amatsu Okiya. 

How to Navigate This Website

Please see the chapter headings at the top of this page just under our banner.Let's take a moment to review these. Be aware that the site is dynamic and updates may be applied!

Guestbook is a great place to post a message or introduce yourself

Lessons are under rank headings like: Shikomi Lessons, Minarai Lessons, Maiko Lessons. The rank of Geisha or Geiko for the purposes of Amatsu Okiya, is earned upon successful completion of lessons and for those of you in SecondLife, recommendations for graduation. Participation in events is factored in for your success.

Lesson Forums allow for short discussions and comments. Use the forums as you would a message board. Messages in forums are usually displayed in chronological order or as a threaded discussion. Your comment may be a response to someone or a new comment pertaining to the corresponding lesson. If there is a thread of communication under a certain topic, please try to continue that thread if your topic falls in line with the discussion. 

Class discussions and literary contributions are "cleaned up" to keep current.Also see the new wiki area and feel free to post on the pages there.  


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