Culture,Travel,Vocabulary

Jizo in the sky of Tokyo

When I saw a sign "jizo" in the middle of Ginza in Tokyo, I had a doubt. Because of that, I had to...

Entertainment

Shiba inu Mari, the best dog actress

There are many animal videos and they are funny. But who has thought to be a comedy partner of his...

Cooking,Entertainment,Lifestyle

How to make Kon-nyaku at Home

Kon-nyaku is one of the ingredients Japanese people regularly eat. It´s known for very low...

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  • To be a good employee, you should know hourensou. If you don´t you should learn. But wait, what is it and do you really need it?

    Posted on 22nd Jan 2015 0 comments
  • The 10th of January was Touka Ebisu in Kyoto. It was a celebration of Ebisu-sama, a God of prosperous business and is one of the seven lucky Gods. This was my first experience at Touka Ebisu. Reported by Chisai Fujita.

    Posted on 16th Jan 2015 0 comments
  • It was Seijin no Hi yesterday. Tokyo still celebrates on Monday. Congratulations to all young Japanese adults.

    Posted on 13th Jan 2015 0 comments
  • It´s was a Don-do yaki at a park in Yokohama today. It´s a Japanese bonfire when people burn the New Year decoration to wish for a good health for the year.

    Posted on 11th Jan 2015 0 comments

Vocabulary

  • Before TV and Nintendo, Japanese kids played many different plays with the family or other kids during the New Year. Let´s see what they are and how they play.

    Posted on 10th Jan 2015 1 comment
  • Happy New Year!! How did you spend the New Year´s Eve? This year I decided to join the celebration on the street, which means buying tons of rocket fireworks and shoot them up over one hour. My Vietnamese neighbour was so serious about this and had bought a car wheel sized firecrackers from their country. Of […]

    Posted on 5th Jan 2015 0 comments
  • The time is ticking. The year 2014 is about to end. How was your year? Japan is ready to receive the New Year with all the decoration. Wish you a Happy New Year!

    Posted on 31st Dec 2014 0 comments
  • Now Christmas is coming. Many occasions for drinking alcohol. What is your cure for it? Here are some Japanese ways to recover from a hangover.

    Posted on 18th Dec 2014 1 comment
  • Have you noticed in December, people are little restless and somehow you have a lot of work to do? For many of those this comes from the Christmas effect. But in the old time, Japanese people had already felt this way and called this month, Shiwasu.

    Posted on 10th Dec 2014 0 comments