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  • 1. Japón
    Alvarez Guerrero Laura Yolanda 215-B
  • 2. Life in Japan
    The life in Japan is special mystical & easy.
    The Japanese´s diet is very varied, they eat rice, eat (chicken, fish), fruits and vegetables.
    They are sometimes eat with chopsticks
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  • 3. The family life in apartment, the aren't did wear shoes in the house. And once room have style Japanese whit safe house of tatami, and beautiful garden of orange´s tree
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  • 4. Although the traditional dress of Japan is the kimono, only used on special occasions. The young people used t-shirt and jeans
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  • 5. History about Japan
    One most famous histories about the Japanese´s culture speak about geishas.
    The geisha is associated whit sex trade, but conception is far removed from reality they have a way of life and education is quite and particular, were artists of this culture
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  • 6. This is very special women that often accompany clients to parties or accompanying social events, dancing, singing or playing instruments all made whit finely studied and beautiful movements that turns them into living works of art
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  • 7. His education is very expensive, because of this live in hoses called “okiyas” o pay off her training.
    The geishas are a very strict and specific education from an early age some were sold to the okiyas in childhood, and began almost immediately
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  • 8. Traditionally, the geisha must remain unmarried (or retire after marriage) bus it´s not uncommon to have kids. His commitment never include sexual activity, and a geisha not paid for sex.
    It was traditional for the geishas have a “Danna” or regular costumer. A Danna was typically a wealthy man who had resources to finance the costs of traditional geisha entertain and other expenses such as gifts etc…
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  • 9. There is speculation on the sale of a geisha´s virginity and her body to one man, something that was usual, and they had to do stop being a “Maiko” (apprentice geisha) to become one, and pay debt or become a big sister
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  • 10. This was the story of the geishas, the fine art practiced before the Second World War… an art that still does not go away… but unfortunately is in decline and is about to disappear
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