In Japan, April is the season for new semester and new start! We can find many students wearing new bright uniforms in the street. If have a close view of them,we may really find many kinds of Japanese uniforms. Here, I sum up Japanese student uniforms (especially girls' uniforms) for everyone.
Harajuku is located in Shibuya, Tokyo.
There are many famous tourist spots such as Takeshita and Omotesando where are full of bustling young people, as well as others fashion district where hide lots of fascinating attractions.
This time I will introduce to you the place that is suitable for publishing photos on ins in the form of quiz!
Some convenience stores are open twenty-four hours a day and all year round.
In such convenience stores, you can not only purchase a variety of items, but also can enjoy a lot of convenient services!
If you understand these services in advance, that will be of great help to you! Now let me introduce to you the ways to flexibly and effectively enjoy the services of such convenience stores.
Click here to see what you can buy unexpectedly!
Nihonshu is the wine made from rice, water and koji. Although it is enough to make Japanese proud, yet many Japanese are not good at drinking...
And some people want to drink it, but the alcohol of nihonshu is about 15-16 degrees, so they are afraid to have a try.
For such people and those who like drinking nihonshu, I'd like to recommend some new drinking method of nihonshu which can be mixed at home.
Japan is still in cold winter, and it will be some time before the coming spring.
In such long winter nights, I think it is too cold for most people to have a good sleep.
People overseas living in Japan should also pay attention to the cold-proof countermeasures at bedtime I've summarized.
The annual grand gymnastic show, "Tokyo Marathon 2018" will be held on February 25 (Sunday). Then there will be more than 35,000 people running from Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (Shinjuku) to Tokyo Station (Chiyoda), passing many places of interest of Tokyo.
After pouring into boiling water for a few minutes...
a cup of hot instant noodles is ready!
This simple and delicious "instant noodles" were invented in Japan.
And I visited the "CUPNOODLES Museum Yokohama" to experience, eat, and enjoy the instant noodles!
Speaking of Japan's indispensable food in the New Year's Holiday, it must be "mochi"!
In normal times, we often bake the round mochi and mashed mochi, or cook the zoni.
But, there must be some mochi left...when realizes, the New Year's Holiday may be over...
How could this be.
Let's try to reprocess these extra mochi with other methods!
Do you know a milky drink called the "amazake" which is often seen during the festival or the New Year's first visit to the temples and shrines?
Although the word is written with "sake", it's not alcoholic beverages, this is a kind of soft drink even the minors can drink.
Now let me introduce the reality of the amazake which is popular with ladies recently!
Trains are the most common form of public transportation used by Japanese people.
Many people travel from thirty minutes to an hour, with some people spending over 2 hours on their commute, swaying with the trains.
There's some odd sights to see on-board the trains that most people ride, and we've got the scoop on some of this unique Japanese scenery!
Japan's toilets are clean and high-tech! Why, you might ask? Because they have a bidet! Sometimes called a washlet or a shower toilet, a bidet is used for cleaning your rear-end at the press of a button after you're done with your business. That's all well and good, but some people might be... hesitant to use one.
We'll teach you the basics about how to use a bidet that you might be too embarrassed to ask about!!