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Gion Hatanaka offered a Kyoto Cuisine and Maiko Evening to you from the 11th of January to the 22nd of March, 2010

Kyoto Cuisine and Maiko evening

Within the area of Gion and Yasaka-jinja shrine, being in the presence of tasteful Kyoto cuisine accompanied by beautiful maiko and their extraordinary skills. Enjoy a night of entertainment with drinking games, great food, chatting with the maiko and even take some photographs to remember the experience with English explanation.

When:         January 11th to March 22nd
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and selected dates
Start time:    6:00pm
Where:       ‘Gion Hatanaka’   
          505 Gion-machi minami-gawa, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto City 605-0074
Tel :        + 81-75-541-5315
Price:      18,000 Yen (tax included) Dinner with All you can drink.
Capacity:    40 seats total, 2-4 people per table
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