Speaking of events in February, Valentine's Day must be the most famous festival all over the world, while in Japan, there is also a customary activity similar to the Valentine's Day, the Setsubun. "Setsubun" is on February 3 (the day before the beginning of spring in Japan), and on this day, people will throw the fortune beans to drive away the evil. Why do people do that? This time I will introduce to you the Japanese "Setsubun".
One of Japanese national cuisine is "Okonomiyaki".
The basic material of Okonomiyaki is batter, after adding the ingredients such as vegetables, meat and seafood, cooked on the iron plate, and seasoned with sauces, mayonnaise, aonori, then can be served immediately.
Its cooking methods and materials are varied from place to place.
What is the funny story like?
"The creative methods of story just as much as the number of population, so there is no so-called correct answer...", it is not really the case! In fact, the creative methods of most popular works worldwide would not follow a certain routine just in order to make the story interesting.
This time let's take a look at the two routines for creating interesting stories.
Hope for serialization a little earlier!
The theme of ""Useful Japanese Course"" of this time is Katakana.
Have you try to challenge the Hiragana of last time? Then what is the difference between Katakana and Hiragana? And where to use Katakana? From now on, you may become the expert of Katakana !