Photos with a Geisha
Well, technically "Photos with a Maiko-san (apprentice Geisha)", based on the kind of makeup and kimono she is wearing. The two Hanatouro's (Arashiyama and Higashiyama) are occasions when the general public get to see real Geisha for more than a brief moment. During Hanatouro there are dance performances put on by the local Geisha houses for the public.
I'm not sure if it's still the case, because I didn't see one there this year, but back in 2010 (when this photo was taken) and later, it was possible to have your photo taken with a Maiko-san. I don't think it cost anything either. You just lined up (the line was huge, so I didn't bother) and gave the guy your camera and he took a photo of you (or your group) with the Maiko-san. I also saw the same thing happening at an Higashiyama Hanatouro back in 2013, but not in the past two years.
As I said I'm not sure if these photos with a Maiko-san are still offered at Hanatouro. However there is one occasion where for a small fee you can get served tea by a Geisha and take some photos. That occasion is the 25th of February at Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, when the Geisha from a nearby Geisha house go there to celebrate the plum (ume) blossoming.
This photo was taken on Fujicolor PRO400 film (my favourite film for night photos, on the rare occasions when shoot film these days) using a Nikon F80 Camera and an AF Nikkor 50f/1.8D lens. The negative was scanned by the DPE (Develop Print Enlarge) shop. From the scan they gave me I adjusted the contrast slightly higher in iPhoto.