Geisha do always look perfect, but it’s going a little far to keep it up even when swimming!
The sharp-eyed among you may have noticed that this is not a real pool. The photos from Geigi Momotarou was taken at the 21st Century Museum of Modern Art in Kanazawa.
A thin layer of water covers a glass ceiling over the ‘pool’ making for an interesting experience, and some peerless photos.
Some tourists dressed as geisha on the street near Tenryu-ji Temple, Japan.
Geisha (芸者) or geigi (芸妓) are traditional female Japanese entertainers. They are skilled at different Japanese arts, like playing classical Japanese music, dancing and poetry. Some people believe that geisha are prostitutes, this however is false. The term "geisha" is made of two Japanese words, 芸 (gei) meaning "art" and 者 (sha) meaning "person who does" or "to be employed in". The most literal translation of geisha to English is "artist". Geisha are very respected and it is hard to become one. (Source: Wikipedia)