Ramen carts were a major part of Japanese culture in the 1950s, but you don't see them very often in present-day Japan.
But thanks to our investigation we turned up a few that were still in business! Next time you're in Japan, swing on by and give them a try!!
Thank you for reading Japan Culture Project -Shishimai Series-!
Do you start becoming interested in Japanese performing arts? The more you know about it, you will notice that it is a profound traditional arts. We are grad if you have a little interest.
Today, let us introduce about Hakajishi of Same-Kagura.
It is a memorial day on August 6th for Hiroshima, the world's first city bombed by atomic bomb.
On August 6th of each year, people will hold a peace memorial ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, it is a day that all Japanese can't forget.
This article introduces articles of Manga de Japan that will help to make the summer of Japan fun and comfortable.
● Food edition
Three kinds of Manga de Japan editing department Recommended ice cream.
Do you know the "Kuyou"? "Kuyou" is a Buddhism term, which means praying to gods or souls of deceased person in the manner of offering flowers or other offerings. In fact, in addition to bring offerings to the deceased person, the "object" may also be worshiped in some shrines and temples. As for such offering, I've tried to sort out two kinds of conspicuous offering activities during this period.