1. Japanese word for Mother.

2. The owner or proprietress of an okiya. Always female. The maiko and geiko always call her Okasan (mother) out of respect.
Okasan greeted the maiko and geiko as they came inside her okiya.
by Mimosa 'Mineko Iwasaki' January 11, 2007
1. Japanese word for Mother.

2. The owner or proprietress of an okiya. Always female. The maiko and geiko always call her Okasan (mother) out of respect.
Okasan greeted the maiko and geiko as they came inside her okiya.
by Mimosa 'Mineko Iwasaki' January 16, 2007

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