"Nabe is so good~!" "Want to eat nabe!" Once in the winter, the Japanese will keep saying such words over and over. For Japanese, their hot pot cuisine are basically only need to put the ingredients into the pot to cook, but there are different tastes and types depending on the region. Next I want to tell you the Japanese "nabemono（hot pot cuisine）" that only needs simple ingredients but very profound.
753 or Shichi - Go - San is a Japanese custome observed on November 15 in which 5 year old boy & 3,7 year old girls visit shrines to pray for health and prosperity as they grow. 3 year old girls wear a kimono with shoulder tucks and no obi, donning a vest called a hifu, while their 7 year-old peers dress in a standard kimono and sash. Boys of 5 wear hakama and a long haori.
What kind of kitchen knife are you using now? As a Japanese specialty, the very popular "Japanese kitchen knife" is actually the product of the development of knife smelting technology. If you have a good kitchen knife, it will be much easier to do the cooking in daily life and you will be in a good mood as well. Now let me introduce the charm of this "Japanese kitchen knife" to you.
Food, cosmetics, watches, fashion accessories, appliances: if you’re like most tourists, there’s a ton of stuff you’ll want to buy while in Japan. And your souvenirs and other purchases have got to be duty free! Today we’ll learn about a duty-free shop in Tenjin, Fukuoka, that you’re sure to want to visit.
The shrine is the place where the Japanese gods are worshipped, while the torii standing at the shrine represents the entrance to the dog domain. But why most torii are red? In addition, why some torii are set on the sea or on the lake? Next let's take a look at the mystery of the torii that the Japanese don't quite know.