Tag: Japanese New Year Traditions

 
  • 10 Most Popular Japanese Winter Foods

    10 Most Popular Japanese Winter Foods

    Planning a trip to Japan this winter? I guess you might have already started thinking about the foods that you want to try along with experiencing lots of activities on your next visit to Japan. Here in this post, I have picked the 10 most popular treats that the Japanese […]

     
     
  • 15 Interesting Facts about Mochi

    15 Interesting Facts about Mochi

    Mochi is a soft and sticky rice cake made of Mochigome rice (glutinous rice). It is a traditional Japanese sweet that every tourist should try it during their trip to Japan. Often mochi is considered to be one of the finest seasonal treats in Japanese cuisine. Have you ever tasted […]

     
     
  • What to do in Tokyo in Winter

    What to do in Tokyo in Winter

    Tokyo is a dynamic and bustling city, packed with endless tourist attractions, where old and modern Japanese traditions could be found. It is a dream destination to millions of Japan enthusiasts. Meanwhile if your intention is to discover the country’s picturesque rural landscapes you have to escape from there to […]

     
     
  • Japanese New Year 2019 – Learn Its Traditions

    Japanese New Year 2019 – 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 […]

     
     
 
 

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