Nov 01 ,2019 SERIES

Falling Cherry Blossoms

  • Popular & Series
Oct 31 ,2019 SERIES

Halloween in Japan

  • Japan Trend
Oct 31 ,2019

So Fun to Turn the Crank! Three Unique Gacha Gacha in Japan!

As many of you know, gacha gacha (gachapon) is a type of small vending machine. If you put a coin into it and turn the crank, a capsule with a toy in it comes out. Many people are keen on the excitement that they don't know beforehand what will come out...

  • Japan Trend
Oct 30 ,2019 AD

Hot spot information for Tenjin, Fukuoka; The first rice flour churro speciality shop in Kyushu! "Danny Churros"

Rice flour Churro speciality store ""Danny Churros"" opened its door in the heart of Tenjin, Fukuoka in November 2018.

Danny Churros is a rice flour churro speciality store, a rarity in Japan. The churros are made using domestic rice flour.

The churros are only made once they are ordered, so you can always enjoy them freshly fried.

Since all churros are made as they are ordered you can always enjoy them freshly fried! None of them are pre-made!

  • Food & Sweets
Oct 30 ,2019

"A Must-see For Yamato Nadeshiko Lovers! What Does Japan Women's National Football Team - ""Nadeshiko Japan"" mean?"

Hello, everyone. Do you know what "Yamato Nadeshiko" is?

  • Japan Trend
Oct 28 ,2019 SERIES

Falling over one another

  • Popular & Series
Oct 26 ,2019

Cool Japan! Something About Otagei

With the cyalume shining at the dark and the popular song flowing behind, cool light trails are performed along with the song…
Have you heard of wotagei? It is said to be dated from 1970s. At that time, the "Guards" (ardent fans groups) cheered (or chanted) along with music to show their support to their idols. And wotagei is said to be exactly evolved from this. Around 2000, the supporting arts, such as cheering for idols, were established with the name "Idol Otaku Art" = "Otagei". In addition, the act of holding a pen cyalume while performing is distinguishable from "otagei" by being called "wotagei".

  • Japan Trend
Oct 25 ,2019 SERIES

NOSHI Paper

  • Popular & Series
Oct 24 ,2019

Five Ways to Enjoy Halloween in Japan!

"Halloween, an indispensable part of autumn, is a celebration that celebrates the fall harvest, commemorate ancestors and drive away the evil spirits. But do you know that Halloween culture is rooted even in Japan far away from Europe?
This time, for those who spend Halloween in Japan or who are interested in Halloween in Japan, I would like to introduce five ways to enjoy Halloween in Japan!"

  • Spot & Travel
Oct 23 ,2019 AD

What is Stable Hydroquinone?

  • Fashion & Makeup
Oct 21 ,2019 SERIES

Bold newcomer

  • Popular & Series
Oct 19 ,2019 SERIES

Japanese Soul Food -Annual Event- : October - Bettarazuke, Ebisu-kou [ Japan Culture Project ]

In merchant families, they often pray for prosperous business, and worship Ebisu.

[ Event ]
Ebisuko Bettara-shi / October 20 - 22

[ Ingredients ]
Daikon

[ Wishing plate ]
A pickled vegetable dish made with daikon, which is harvested in autumn.

  • Traditional Culture
  • Food & Sweets