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4 Blue Momiji Spots in Kyoto – Fresh Green Season
In Japan, Momiji means autumn leaves. Momiji means maples leaf.Beautiful bright red leaves. During t...
Japanese Seasonings Regions of Japan Sightseeing
Biwako Hakodateyama – I went to a green season full of flowers.
Shiga Prefecture, located in the middle of Japan, has many mountains and forest belts. One of them i...
Food&Drink Japanese Seasonings
What is miso? It’s a typical Japanese seasoning.
Miso(みそ) is an indispensable seasoning in the Japanese diet. Miso is made from soybeans. It is a sea...
Food&Drink Japanese Seasonings Regions of Japan
What is Hiyashiame?
Japan has many foods and drinks that are unique to the region. Hiyashiame is a much-loved drink in t...
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Senko hanabi – a type of Japanese handheld fireworks
Do you know the fireworks called Senko hanabi? Senko hanabi is a type of Japanese handheld fireworks...
“Yaezakura” that can be seen in late April.
Do you know about the “Yaezakura” cherry tree? In this blog, I have introduced several s...
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Japanese rice wine(sake) vs mirin
In Japan, most people cook at home. I, AKI, also cook a lot at home! The other day, a foreign...