Japan's toilets are clean and high-tech! Why, you might ask? Because they have a bidet! Sometimes called a washlet or a shower toilet, a bidet is used for cleaning your rear-end at the press of a button after you're done with your business. That's all well and good, but some people might be... hesitant to use one.
We'll teach you the basics about how to use a bidet that you might be too embarrassed to ask about!!
Oden is a well-known Japanese cuisine, but did you know that there are dozens of different varieties of Oden throughout Japan?
Japanese people love having warm Oden when it gets cold out.
Who knew there'd be such a huge difference in DASHI (soup base) and GU (ingredients) depending on the location!?
We're going to show you some of our top choices for popular regional Oden!
The language barrier seems like a pretty big hurdle when visiting a foreign country. There are probably a lot of people who are uneasy with talking to the locals. The goal of this pamphlet is to teach you the ABCs and relieve some of that unease!
There are a bunch of different varieties of Japanese tea.
Can you explain the differences between all of them?
Truth be told, not even a lot of Japanese people could tell you, either.
Let's take a look at the different varieties of Japanese tea!