Autobiography of a Geisha

Autobiography of a Geisha
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The glamorous world of the geisha in big cities is familiar to numerous readers, but little has been written of the life of suffering and pain led by the geisha hot springs resort. Contract to geisha houses by families in poverty, deprived of freedom and identity, these young women lived in a world of sex for sale, which avoids the pitfalls of wealth and fame. Sayo Masuda has written the initial full-length autobiography of a geisha old hot springs resort. Masuda was sent to work as a nanny at the age of six years and then sold to a geisha house at the age of twelve. According to tradition, she worked very first as a servant in training in the art of dance, song, drum and shamisen. In 1940, sixteen years, she made her debut as a geisha. Autobiography of a Geisha chronicles the harsh life in the geisha house which Masuda and her “sisters” work. They were routinely expected to have sex for payment, and contains a memory Masuda dark due to the fact of the slow death of geishas Autobiography of a Geisha

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