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Goshuin, a Sacred Red Seal, Creating a Boom in Japan
“Goshuin” is a bright red seal which is put in a shrine or temple. Previously, it could not be provided unless a worshipper completes “shakyo,” a challenging Buddhist practice.
Kamikochi, a Famous Highland for Appreciating Mountain Landscape
Kamikochi is a popular resort in the Northern Japan Alps. It is one of Japan’s most scenic spots, located in Nagano Prefecture. You can enjoy different flowers, birds, insects and colors of trees every time you visit.
There are three Japanese words meaning rice, “ine”, “kome” and “gohan”. They all represent the same food but have a bit.
Legacy of Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964
The facilities used in the previous Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964 have supported the sport culture of Japan since then, by providing the environment that enables the people to play or hold the major competitions of various sports.
Strong rain and wind by “Typhoon” often hit Japan in summer season
Japan often gets hit by typhoons, due to its location surrounded by the sea. Usually, from summer to autumn, 10 or more typhoons approach Japan each year.
Nachi no Taki, the Tallest and the Most Sacred Waterfall in Japan
Nachi no Taki Waterfall in Wakayama prefecture is a great spot to visit during your stay in Japan. Its location, Wakayama, is a little far from Tokyo, but if you use an airplane from Haneda airport in Tokyo to Nanki Shirahama airport in Wakayama, you can access there relatively simply.
Collecting Rhinoceros Beetles, Great Fun in Summer for Kids
It is one of the most popular summer activities for elementary school kids and their fathers to catch Japanese rhinoceros beetles and stag beetles.
Akita Kanto Festival, a Famous Lantern Festival in Japan
Akita Kanto Festival is a famous lantern festival held in Akita, a prefecture located in the northern part of Japan. The festival is one of the most beautiful summer festivals in Japan.
Japanese Traditional Shaved Ice, “Kakigori”
The shaved ice called “Kakigori” is one of the most common street foods during the summer festival (“natsu matsuri”) season in Japan. If you can go to a specialty store for “Kakigori,” you can enjoy it during all seasons.
Amphibian Sightseeing Buses in/near Tokyo
There are a variety of amphibian buses for sightseeing in and near Tokyo.
Aizome – Japanese Traditional Indigo Dye
Famous “Aizome,” indigo dye commonly known as “Japan Blue” or “Hiroshige Blue,” is produced from the Japanese indigo plant using an extraction process called “Tate.” The Japanese famous artist, Hiroshige (Hiroshige Utagawa) used the glorious blue color in his paintings.
Summer Festival “Tanabata Matsuri,” a seasonal tradition of Japan
“Tanabata” is an event held on July, 7th. A famous festival is “Sendai Tanabata Matsuri”, held in Sendai city, which belongs to Miyagi prefecture in Tohoku district. Usually, it is held on August 6th, 7th, and 8th, which is July according to the Chinese calendar.
Introduction of Japanese Kanji Character, Taking “武” for Example
Kanji is a typical form of the characters used in Japan. Each Kanji character represents its meaning by virtue of its shape.
Comfortable Sightseeing in Tokyo, Riding on Your Favorite Vehicle
Hato bus is the most common sightseeing bus available in Tokyo. There are multiple options beyond Hato bus to enjoy Tokyo comfortably.
How to Enjoy Rice Cake, the Japanese Food for Special Day
Rice cake is a Japanese food that is eaten at honored occasion or honored day. Previously, it was a special food only for honored occasion like the New Year’s party, and no one can eat it at an ordinary day. Today, you can eat rice cake whenever you like.
Imperial Palace Built on Edo Castle Ruin
Japanese Imperial Palace is built on the ruin of the previous Edo Castle, which was the center of government in Edo period.
Katsuo no Tataki, Seasonal Fish Dish of Japan
“Katsuo” means bonito and is being commonly enjoyed in Japan. It is characteristic that the first bonito of the season is considered a seasonal tradition of early summer.
“Kabuto”, Japanese Traditional Head Armor
In modern Japan, for the wishes of their sons growing up to be strong healthy boys, Japanese people display imitate Kabuto in their house every May 5th.
Originally, “Koinobori”, Carp Windsock, was to be enjoyed by families, but now, there are many “Koinobori” festivals in Japan, in parks, in nature such as mountains and rivers, or using building structures such as the famous Tokyo Tower.
The Ise Grand Shrine, the Most Important Shinto Shrine Visited by Many Tourists
The Ise Grand Shrine (Ise Jingu) located in Mie Prefecture is the most sacred Shinto Shrine in Japan, where more than seven million pilgrims and tourists visit through a year.
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