Do you know the Japanese Kendama? The Kendama is to lash a wooden ball tied with a line, thrusting the swordhandle into the hole, and making the ball stop at each disc (including small, medium, and large discs) on the side of the swordhandle. The Kendama is a toy that Japanese children loved very much long time ago.
After a part-time job application and interview, this time we will finally start work! Speaking of the most common part-time job in Japan for foreigners, they are nothing more than the restaurant, the coffee shop, the convenience store, the supermarket, or the duty-free shop. Yes! Then what are the actual work contents and the things need to be paid attention in Japan? Next, I will give you an in-depth introduction according to different types of shops. The first is the restaurant article!
In Japan, there are even more ""Shinto shrine / Jinja"" than convenience stores. Maybe everyone would like to take a photo of these solemn traditional Japanese Shinto shrines.
However, it is a great pity if that’s all you do! It is said that if you visit a Shinto shrine and pray in person, good things will happen to you. And the good fortune varies in different types according to the Shinto shrine you visit!
Now read this article and find a Shinto shrine that matches with your wishes!
Japanese Washoku is determined by UNESCO as the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The key to mastering the delicious Washoku is the Japanese dashi. Japan is surrounded by sea, and the culture of extracting dashi from fish and other seafood has been developed since ancient times. This time we will take a look at Japanese dashi!
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What comes to your mind when you hear Akita?
Namagre? Kiritanpo (dish)? You will imagine various thing.
However, Akita's charm is not only them. Shishimai is also in Akita!
Matsuri is a beautiful landscape poem in the summer of Japan.
Every week, there are various of matsuri held throughout the Japan.
Because it is a period of frequent occurrence of illness and disaster from baiu to summer, people will carry the Omikoshi to drive away the evil spirits, this is the origin of the Japanese matsuri.
When talking about Japan, people will think of attractions, food, culture ... and so many funny stuffs. However, the "earthquake" may strike Japan from time to time. Whether or not you have ever suffered an earthquake, I would like to introduce to you about the response options in the event of huge earthquake to reduce losses.
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!
In the four days from August 13th to the 16th, a representative summer event called "O-Bon" will be held in Japan. During this period, many Japanese people will return home to make family reunion and worship their ancestors. Then what kind of activity is O-Bon?