Culture & People
We all are stressed out because of daily hustles and busy and crazy life.
Japanese ways of relieving stress is unique and you might want to try some out.
It's spiritual, serene, and pacifying.
Have you ever worn yukata before?
It will be a good experience to wear the casual summer kimono for both men and women.
Unlike kimono, yukata is easier and lighter to wear.
Here is what it's about.
Many of you might wonder why the Japanese don't speak English well.
However, they do learn English,
Even at their early stage of life.
Isn't it curious to know how they learn English?
Here is how!
The TEA-ROOM starts up on the 8th of August in 2016. This art collective consists of four artists: Souryou Matsumura (Japanese tea master), Fumihiko Sano (architect/ artist), Riyoo Kim (ceramist), and Shiho Sakamoto (Japanese confectionery artist).
A compact program that you can experience a Japanese traditional martial art in Tokyo. The ‘SAMURAI TRIP’ service, provides foreign travelers an opportunity in Tokyo to easily experience Kendo, a part of traditional Samurai culture.
The basic concept of Japanese homemade cuisine is Ichiju San-Sai, which features one soup, one main dish, and two side dishes.
It’s considered as a traditional and common Japanese homemade cuisine.
There are many kinds of sushi in Japan.
The most common is nigiri, and you might have ever seen ones before.
However, here are 5 common sushi trivias you might not know yet.
Have you ever visited Japanese shrine or temple before? There in the shrine and temple, they sell some spiritual amulets to bring ones a good luck. The Japanese call it as an omamori.
Bean sprouts in Japanese are called "moyashi" （もやし).
The Japanese people love to eat moyashi in various kinds of Japanese dishes.
Besides, bean sprouts contain dietary fibers, vitamin C and B, and Calcium.
Here are 5 amazingly yummy ways to enjoy bean sprouts in a Japanese style.
It is getting really hot and humid in Japan during summer.
Many people experience heat stroke due to the weather.
Here are some tips to prevent heat stroke in Japanese way.