Recently, Bonsai is becoming really popular in all over the world. If you don't know, you should know Japanese beauty through Bonsai. So, I will tell you basic information about Bonsai.
Do you want to experience Japanese culture? If you think so, I can strongly recommend you to go to Inuyama in Aichi prefecture. Inuyama has many historical and cultural heritages that has been handed down since the old days. I will show you some sightseeing places of Inuyama you must not miss!
Halloween is becoming an official national event in Japan in recent years. However, it's a little different how Japanese people celebrate from Americans' way.
The architecture of Japanese temples is distinct from any other form of architecture found in Japan. We have been attracted by them for a long time. In terms of architecture, there are some points to recognize them. Check this article before visiting temples!!
Any of you interested in gambles? Around the globe there are countries which have cities with casinos, such as USA, Korea, Singapore, Macao(China) and many more. Did you know Japan has enormous numbers of gambling places? In Japan, casinos are illegal, so there are none. Instead, there are many Pachinko parlors. Pachinko is a digital game which you can bet your money on and by winning the game, you are able to earn money back and have some extra gain.
When you travel to Japan, you may find your meals a bit expensive. If you want to reduce the costs, or wish to look for some cheap souvenirs, or your daily snacks - why not try visiting Japanese supermarket Seiyu?
Do you like Japan? Here, 18 ways you know you’ve become culturally Japanese! Check your Japanese level!
Do you know about the Japanese tea ceremony? The Japanese tea ceremony is not only to drink "tea" but also to do something interesting! Check out them! >>> http://wasa-bi.com/topics/328
Have you ever visited the castles in Japan? There are many castles and each has its own history. In this article, I will introduce 3 the most favorite castles! >>> http://wasa-bi.com/topics/325
Some people say that Japanese apologize too much and say “Sorry” even in situations where they should say “Thank you”. Certainly, they use the word “Sorry” or “Excuse me” many times in daily lives, and it may sometimes perplex people from other countries. In this article I will try to examine why the Japanese tend to apologize, and look at the factors affecting the use of such expressions.