Have you had any trouble what souvenir you should buy whether you come to Japan ?
Snacks ? Weird stuff you found in Japan ? Maybe there’s too much choice that you couldn’t decided.
Let me introduced another souvenir that might interest you. It is..
Autumn is a season of red leaves.
Did you know there's only a relative few countries in the world where you can see red leaves in autumn?
They can only be seen in the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere.
Of the few places where one can properly experience autumn, Japan is known to have some of the most varied and beautiful colors.
We're going to let you know the best time this year to visit so you can see them.
In the last article we discussed Japanese izakaya, but this time we will present Japanese snacks served there that go well with alcohol! From standard otsumami to those that require some courage, stick with us to possibly pave the way for new food discoveries!
Nightfall, when the city illuminates, people flock to Japanese taverns, or izakaya to unwind and sate their hunger after a tiring work day. Even in Japan, izakaya are one of many popular genre of places. You are probably wondering how they differ from pubs, right? Well, how about we dig a little deeper to find out?
Whether it's keeping in touch with Japanese friends, or reading the social media and blogs of a favorite Japanese artist, a wide variety of emoji are used, right? Here, we'll present the significance behind some of them.
Enoshima is famous for the fact that you can go there for a day trip from Tokyo. Brimming with nature, the summer sea, the beautiful sunsets of autumn, and the light displays of winter--it's a popular sightseeing spot enjoyable year-round.
This time, we'll show you essential great spots to check out on Enoshima during autumn.
Apparently, if it can't be split into two servings or is too big to fit into your mouth, then that means that a single serving would not be as much. Japanese people consider that splitting it feels like more of a better deal.
On the other hand, splitting something and eating it is totally unheard of in Taiwan. This is cultural differences at play. *laughs*
If you buy a sandwich at a Japanese convenience store in the future, maybe it would be fun to try eating it the Japanese way?