The "Doujinshi" refers to the magazines or publications produced by individuals/associations, which are the self-published books, while the Shougyoushi is different from the Doujinshi, it is a kind of book that the publisher pay for the author to write.
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.
Coriander, which is very popular in Thai and Vietnamese food, is also emerging in the Japanese cuisine! This time I have been to the "PHAKCHI BAR·GOLDEN BURNING", a shop can eat Japanese dishes of coriander in Tokyo!
Almost all the Japanese lovely elements are gathered in Harajuku, including colorful accessories, western clothes, beautiful makeup, plush toys, and food...yes, LE SHINER, the birthplace of rainbow cuisine which is famous for its assemblage of colors, is just located in Takeshita Dori,Harajuku!
Have you ever felt the summer in Japan? Japan is a "high temperature and high humidity" country, in summer, as temperatures rise, people will be sweaty heavily. How is the hotness in Japan different from that of the general countries? This time I will introduce to you the characteristics of Japan's summer.
"Bonsai" is a kind of Japanese art form that was introduced from China and rooted in Japan and built its own unique culture. And now there is a museum where people can enjoy, learn and understand the art of bonsai--Shunkaen Bonsai Museum
In addition to tasting washoku, you can also experience Buddhist scriptures transcription, rosary making and so on at Tera Cafe Daikanyama, where is a coffee shop to realize Buddhism with a light heart.This time I have gone to this shop with an individual style.
Do you know the "kamon" widely used in Japan? Actually, the ancient kamon was used to express his family and status, however, nowadays, kamon has been popularized in the Japanese corporate logo, comics, and even the trademark of LOUIS VUITTON. So it is very close to everyday life now.