The Dancing Girl was a fabled tea-house and supposedly the first okiya (geisha house). Odoriko, a beautiful peasant teenager began to dance for samurai there, and she was so famed that the girl earned enough to buy the tea-house herself, renaming it as the Dancing Girl, and began training other peasant girls in her dancing skills. Odoriko became the first okaasan (madam), and The Dancing Girl was the first okiya. [1]


  1. Book of Void, p. 122

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