Torii

One of the symbols of Japan Torii are usually red or orange portals made up of two pillars ...

Japanese Legend - Koubou Daishi Kukai

Kukai died on Mount Koya on April 23, 835, and it is believed that even now ...

Hatsumode - First Visit of the Year to the Sanctuary or Temple

Published January 2020. Hatsumode (初 詣) is a Japanese term used to refer to the first…

Shamisen

Published in November 2019. Shamisen is a traditional Japanese musical instrument, with three strings, whose…

Sogetsu - Floral Arrangement

Ikebana, art of the traditional Japanese floral arrangement, is currently practiced intensely not only by Japanese…

Visit the sanctuary before and after you move

Why should we visit the sanctuary (Jinja) when we move? The reason is that visiting…

Ikebana - Floral Arrangement

Ikebana (生 け 花) is originally from India, where the arrangements were intended for Buddha, and if…

New Year's Ceremony - 108 chimes

In the culture of Japan instead of the expected fireworks, what we hear are the…

Shōgatsu A New Year A

The Japanese New Year (shōgatsu) is one of Japan's most important annual festivals, with its…

Nanakusagayu - Porridge of 7 Herbs - Japanese New Year's Dish

Japan has a habit of eating a seven-herb porridge for breakfast called…

Mochi (Rice Cake) & Kagami Mochi

In the past, it was very common for Japanese families to come together to make MOCHI (…

Setsubun - Festival to scare away evil spirits

Setsubun (節 分) is the Japanese Festival on the eve of early spring in Japan. The meaning…

Daifuku - Mochi Dumpling Stuffed with Anko

Daifuku Mochi or Daifuku 大 福 ​​(Mochi Dumpling Stuffed with Ankô), consists of small balls of…

Kagami Mochi - Rice Cookie

Kagami Mochi is a traditional Japanese New Year decoration, to bring good luck and…

Girls' Day - Hina Matsuri

March 3 is Girls' Day in Japan, called Hina Matsuri (雛 祭 り)…

Tokugawa Ieyasu the Lord of War

Published December 2018. Japan's history is rich in character, intrigued and replete…

JUGOYA - Night of the Full Moon

Full Moon Night Full moon night in September (Jugoya), refers to Japanese festivals that…

ii fuufu no hi - Happy couples' day

November 22 (November 22) is a special day in Japan, as it is celebrated as…

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