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  • Japanese Calligraphy (Shodo)

    Japanese Calligraphy (Shodo)

    Japanese calligraphy (shodo – the way of writing) is a fine art of expressing the beauty of Japanese syllabaries (Kana). Different styles of traditional Japanese calligraphy can be found that have been practicing by the calligraphy masters, especially in Japan. An artist follows different techniques and uses tools to make […]

     
     
  • Top 10 Cute Japanese Female Cartoon Character Figures

    Top 10 Cute Japanese Female Cartoon Character Figures

    I assume you or your sons/daughters adore cute Japanese female cartoon characters come out from different manga & anime series, video games, fictional models, and different TV commercial. They are super sexy at the same time they are very cute (KAWAII). Those angelic looking faces make you curious to be […]

     
     
  • Ryokan Customs

    Ryokan Customs

    Do you want to stay in a Japanese Ryokan? Whenever we talk about Ryokan we first think of its customs and manners. Before you take your final decision whether you would stay in a Ryokan or hotel you have to know the following ten (10) most important customs, please keep […]

     
     
  • Urashima Taro – Japanese Folktale

    Urashima Taro – Japanese Folktale

    Urashima Taro is one of the most popular Japanese folktales you would ever read. The story is about a young fisherman who once disappeared to see a beautiful palace under the sea but he did not know how much time he spent there! This Japanese folk legend is very famous […]

     
     
  • Tsuru no Ongaeshi – Japanese Folktale

    Tsuru no Ongaeshi – Japanese Folktale

    Tsuru no Ongaeshi (The Grateful Crane/The Crane’s Return of Favor) is one of the most popular Japanese folktales. My parents used to tell this folktale many time in my childhood. It is an interesting story in Japanese folklore and the best unexpected twist ending folktale you would ever read in […]

     
     
  • Coming of Age Day (Seijin No Hi) Ceremony | Japanese Holidays

    Coming of Age Day (Seijin No Hi) Ceremony | Japanese Holidays

    Coming of age day is a Japanese annual public holiday celebrated on the second Monday in January. It already has reminded me of my own experience that I had a few years back from now on. It made me so happy to be a part of this annual ceremony. A […]

     
     
  • Japanese New Year 2021 – Learn Its Traditions

    Japanese New Year 2021 – Learn Its Traditions

    New Year (Shogatsu or Oshogatsu) in Japan is quite enjoyable. It is considered one of the most important holidays and yearly festivals in Japan. There are a lot of things to do during the New Year holiday. As I have planned to do something for this wonderful holiday season, I […]

     
     
  • Top 10 Cute Japanese Cartoon Characters of All Time

    Top 10 Cute Japanese Cartoon Characters of All Time

    The best cute Japanese fictional cartoon characters are going to show up their cuteness through this article. Japan is cute! Honestly, I am not kidding with you. It is cute because we do have some cute cartoon characters. They are adorable just like your baby! Some of these characters are […]

     
     
  • Tomoe Gozen: The Legendary Female Samurai Warrior

    Tomoe Gozen: The Legendary Female Samurai Warrior

    Samurai is born to be a powerful swordsman but what If I tell you about a female samurai warrior named Tomoe Gozen! She was a famous female samurai warrior and got the strength that a normal male samurai supposed to have. She is the true legend in Japan. I don’t […]

     
     
  • Common Japanese Superstitions

    Common Japanese Superstitions

    Does superstition exist in Japanese society? Yes, it does! I don’t believe in superstition much but in some cases I do. If you don’t believe in supernatural casualty then I can simply tell you that you don’t believe in them. More or less, everyone in Japan believes in superstitions. Here […]

     
     
 
 

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