Do you think ice creams are something eaten only in hot summer?
In fact, there are ice creams that can be eaten in cold winter and called "winter ice creams" in general, which are quite popular in Japan in recent years.
Therefore, this time we will introduce to you four ice cream shops near Harajuku that you can have ice creams in this season.
Have you heard of the word "Yamato Nadeshiko"? This is a word people used from ancient times to take Nadeshiko (a kind of flower) as a metaphor for the beauty of Japanese women. But do you properly understand what kind of women it refers to? Read this article to get the meaning of it correctly and try to use it when praising women!
Going to be 30 (years old)! Starting konkatsu(activities for marriage) anxiously, but it didn't go so well... Only after starting konkatsu you might find out that women with beautiful skin are more popular among men... For this reason, this time Beautymatome will stealthily tell you the secret weapon to renew beautiful skin♪
With a wide variety of colorful desserts, "Harajuku" is a battlefield for nice photos on Instagram. I heard that one of the shops has an unshakable strong popularity in which you can make your own ice cream and post photos on Instagram. In that case I went to the shop called "Eddy's Ice Cream" in person!
Greeting cultures are very popular overseas, in Japan, there are also some cultures of sending letters (postcards). With the changes of season, there are summer greetings and winter greetings in Japan, among them, the most necessary and important greeting is the "Greeting Cards".
We'll be having our our SEKKISEI road show at TAMPINES MALL (1-7pm) on December 15 (sat).
Come by to get free samples and even stand to win prizes when you upload your selfie with our photowall! See you there!
Have you noticed? The Japanese shugibukuro (special envelope for monetary gifts), kagami-mochi / round rice cake and kadomatsu for New Year decoration are all decorated with beautiful "paper strings". Moreover, these paper strings are in all kinds of shapes... !