When speak of Japan's New Year, it means not only the Osechi Rypuri, Hatsumoude, Lucky Money…but also the Greeting Cards ! The "Greeting Cards" refer to the postcard sent to the important person at the beginning of new year. Its history can be traced back to the Heian era (about 1,200 years ago), even the current SNS has become the mainstream in Japan, the "Greeting Cards" are still accepted by most people as the New Year's culture. Let's try to send the "Greeting Cards" !
Amusement parks were the best when we were little! The oldest park in Japan is located in Asakusa. It's called the Asakusa Hanayashiki, or Flower Garden. It's a little ways from Asakusa Station beyond Sensoji Temple.
Classic places that emanate Japanese culture--temples and shrines. While the ambience at both of these spots is relatively similar, did you know that their buildings are completely different? Knowing the differences should make your travels that much more fun!
Japan is synonymous with anime, manga, video games, and of course, cosplay! Cosplay events are all the rage in Japan, so there are naturally many would-be cosplayers willing to join in on the fun. Today, we'll tell you the makeup technique for large eyes