"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!"
Purchasing souvenirs（omiyage） is one thing quite a bit of people probably look forwared to doing on a trip.
When you buy souvenirs, you can remenice on your trip even after you get home, as well as use it to start conversations with those around you! We would like to introduce you to 4 recommended souvenirs to purchase when you visit Japan.
Mt.Fuji is a mountain that fascinates many people across time and borders. Every year, as many as 200,000 to 300,000 people visit Japan's highest peak. I have always dreamed of climbing to Mt.Fuji, at least once in my life. And this summer, a long-cherished dream has come true, and I climbed to Mt.Fuji on August 17-18th!
Do you know the festival “Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri” held in Osaka?
Danjiri Matsuri boasts a culture and history of about 300 years, and is held in Kishiwada in southern Osaka. It is said to have its origin in Inari-Sai (Festival of the Grain God), which had been held to pray for a rich harvest of grain. It is one of the most famous festivals in Japan, with its performance full of excellent speed and power attracting tens of thousands visitors come to Kishiwada every year!
Right now, Japan's blazing summer is truly beginning! Kyoto, a famous tourism hotspot is known for being one of the hottest places in Japan during summer. But did you know there is a place in Kyoto that lets you experience fun summer traditions while staying cool? Let me introduce you to Shoujuin, a place where you can experience soothing coolness with all 5 of your senses!
We have introduced something about the authentic organic matcha cafe named THE MATCHA TOKYO OMOTESANDO in the previous article.
Click to read Part.1 for your favorite menu and the specialties!
This is a manga of a workshop of students of Communication University of China with Manga de Japan.
It is a six-frame cartoon on the theme of "Harajuku" that the students considered. first of all, We proud to present the sixth of 6 wonderful works.