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【Special feature】The deeper meanings that lie within the Japanese "Wagara" patterns!!
When thinking of Japanese design "Wagara" might be one of the first things that comes to mind. Traditional wagara patterns can be found in many places in Japan; on kimono, yukata, hakama, towels and on many other kinds of merchandise.
The pattern designs are not just beautiful, they are also made to incorporate a specific wish. Examples are; wishes for marital happiness, protection against evil, longevity, peace, for children to grow up safely... and many others.
- Traditional Culture
Welcome to HARAJUKU!
This is a manga of a workshop of students of Communication University of China with Manga de Japan.
It is a six-frame cartoon on the theme of "Harajuku" that the students considered. first of all, We proud to present the first of 6 wonderful works.
Why "Harajuku”? Because Manga de Japan company is in Harajuku.
It would be great to get a different perspective from Chinese students.
- Spot & Travel
- Popular ＆ Series
Summary of Types of Japanese Student Uniforms ~Boy's Uniforms~
The summer vacation is over and the students have already prepared for the busy cultural festivals, sports festivals and quizzes.
I have introduced the girl's uniforms before, this time I will introduce you to the boy's uniform!
There are various styles of Japanese school uniforms.
- Japan Trend
Halloween Makeup from a 100-yen Shop! For real!?
It's finally that time of year! Halloween!
There are going to be a lot of different Halloween parties happening all over Tokyo.
We're going to show you some Halloween makeup tips that are easy enough for absolute beginners!
- Fashion & Makeup