5th of May is Boys´ Day in Japan. It´s actually called the Children´s Day but in the reality, it´s the male children´s day. This is a story about a Kintaro doll.
There is a temple in Kyoto where they break tons of plates to give people good luck. This is an annual festival, Horoku Wari at Mibu-dera. They also hold kyogen play, a comedy theatre play that anyone can enjoy.
When you feel good at something, any failures seem to be a big deal. But is that so? Saru mo Ki kara ochiru. Is a Japanese saying that is perfect for this situation.
For Japanese people, the presentation of food is important. But recent Obento battle seems to be escalated. What Obento Japanese mums make?
Since we´ve become a text generation, we use many emotion signs like or ;D. But have you ever seen Japanese Kaomoji? Sometimes I can´t even read because they are so complicated.Here I introduce to you “smiley” face.
There are many strange festivals in Japan. Osematsuri in Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture should be one of them. There, fishermen disguise as a woman and dance, wishing a good and safe fishing season.
Japanese tattoo is gorgeous but often associated with Yakuza. In Japan, having tattoos isn´t always welcomed because of the historical background that it was a punishment for criminals.