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Japanese culture Japanese Manufacturing Regions of Japan Sightseeing
Let’s touch Japanese crafts! I visited “Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten Nara Main Store” in Nara
*This blog is a continuation of the previous article, “I went sightseeing in Nara Park for hal...
What is Izakaya? I went to Izakaya in Japan.
Do you know Izakaya in Japan? Izakaya is written “居酒屋(いざかや)” in kanji. 居 means to sit.Za...
Bean-throwing festival! “Setsubun.”
February 3 is “Setsubun” in Japan. What exactly is Setsubun? Let me explain! What...
Nijiyura, a store specializing in tenugui hand towels made by artisans
Tenugui is a traditional Japanese textile product. A thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton, it was...
Food&Drink Japanese culture Regions of Japan
I visited a sake brewery in Nara, the birthplace of Seishu (SAKE).
This article is a continuation of “History of NARASAKE- Its location is the birthplace of Seis...
Goods Japanese culture made in JAPAN Regions of Japan
Experiencing Japan’s Paper Culture. Introducing a specialty store in Kyoto that carries 5,000 different kinds of washi!
Washi, Japan’s representative paper Do you all know “Washi“? There may be many peo...
Attraction of “WASUIAN” dealing in traditional Japanese lounge wear
Have you ever heard of traditional Japanese loungewear? This garment is called samue. Originally, th...
Grandma’s handmade Mochi is ready again this year.
My grandmother makes Mochi every year before the New Year. They made another Mochi this year! *What ...