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The Japanese Calligraphy And Kakizome; Things You Want To Know

Kakizome is one of the Japanese new year's rituals that traditionally should be done on January 2nd of the new year. (casually, should be done between 2nd through 15th.) Focus on your new year's resolution and concentrate on carrying the "Fude" brush on each letter, each finish. I think it's a similar feeling to meditation, to focus on yourself.
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Surrounded by Hinoki Wood Products; Natural Benefits From Japanese Cypress

Hinoki, Japan's most beloved tree -Hinoki cypress products has been deeply rooted in the Japanese lifestyle. Not only beautiful grain and relaxing aroma but also leads amazing benefits with Hinoki's natural power. Once you touch its silky-touch surface, smell its woody scent, you will not let them go!
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Best Relaxing Wooden Bath Products Ideas; Japanese Hinoki Cypress

There are many ideas to make a relaxing bathroom, the wooden bath products are one of decoration style. Japanese "Hinoki" cypress is popular wood in Japan and frequently is used as bath products. The cypress has high effectiveness for water-resistance, anti-bacterias and insects, odor deodorant. Besides, its aroma is well known to reduce stress. Find the best Hinoki bath accessories in this post.
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5 Things You Should Know About Hinoki Cypress; Hinoki Benefits And The relationship With The Japanese Life

Japanese Hinoki cypress provides benefits for yourself, your family, and your home. Hinoki cypress is the most prized and sacred trees in Japan. Not only as lumbers, but also Hinoki essential oil both are recognized powerful effects; Health, Anti-bacterial, Deodorant, Relaxation. Find out 5 benefits Of Hinoki cypress in this post.
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The Best Native Guide of Hot Springs In Japan; 10 Different Types Of Hot Spring Water

Excited to visit hot springs, Onsen, in Japan? Wait a minute! If you don't know the types of hot spring water, you may have negative effects from natural minerals. Especially, if you have sensitive skin and chronic disease, you need to know pH levels of hot springs water. To enjoy the best hot spring for you, read here and learn about 10 different types of Onsen in Japan.
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Japanese Hot Springs 101; What You Need To Know About Onsen In Japan

Looking forward to bathing Hot Springs in Japan? Before going to have an experience, do you know that the Japanese hot springs culture is different from other countries? The hot springs aka Onsen in Japanese, have a long history and very special for Japanese people. Thus, you must follow local rules and try not to bother other peoples. To avoid making you disappointed, I am going to tell you about Japanese Hot Springs 101 today.
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Best Japanese Bath Salts You Should Buy For Your Luxury Time

Japanese bath salts are one of the bath essentials for the Japanese, there are various types and forms. Japanese bath salts are commonly used for therapeutic and relaxation effects with their ingredients, colors, and aromas. This post provides the perfect way to experience the Japanese bath ritual. If you are looking for a Japanese hot spring "Onsen" effect, here is the perfect bath salt in this post. All products in this post are available online.
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Japanese Bathing Tips: Incorporating Self Care Management For Working Divas

Japanese bathing ritual offers more than surface benefits, which the ancient Japanese bathing tradition is perfect to soothe working divas. In this post, informative bathing tips depends on your concerns such as fatigue, stiff neck and shoulders, back pain, better sleep...Self-care is not selfish. Incorporate the Japanese Bathing Culture for tomorrow.
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Japanese Hot Spring “Onsen” Effects; Health Benefits And Risks

Japan is home to natural hot springs, and the idea of visiting "Onsen" town will be on the to-do list of your Japan trip. Also, you can have the experience of the bathing benefits at home using Japanese bath salt products. Despite the minerals in the water brings many health benefits, it also brings negative side effects if you do unhealthy bathing. Read this post thoughtfully, to learn healthy bathing in hot springs and at home.
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The Correct Way Bathing Practices; Do And Don’ts

The basics of the correct way to taking a bath at home for your relaxation and health. Bathing is well-known for self-care practices, but do you know you can lead to negative effects if you do wrong bathing. This is the ultimate guide to take a bath properly.
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Where and When you can see KIMONO girls most

Are you interested in Kimono, the signature traditional Japanese costume? Do you know the truth that not so many people don't wear kimono outside of special occasions in Japan? But if you know the special day that many women get dressed Kimono, you can have the opportunity to see colorful Kimono girls. You don't have to chase around Geiko. (by the way, don't chase Geiko! It really bothers them.) On this page, you can know where and when you can see Kimono girls, and I also explain the difference between Kimono & Yukata.
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The Ultimate Guide; Learn Japanese New Year’s Traditions in 11 Easy Steps

If you are interested in Japanese culture, you can't miss how Japanese people celebrate New Year's Day. From ancient years, the event of welcoming to the coming year has been very important for Japanese people, each thing is related to Japanese Buddhism and Shintoism. Even though the real meanings of each thing has been loosing for modern people, yet they still enjoy New Year's Day. In this site, I will explain traditional things how the Japanese welcome the New Year.
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Japanese Temple Etiquette; 4 Things I Want To Tell You Before Visiting

Visiting Shrines and Temples is definitely one of the things to do on your bucket list for the Japan trip. To visit the holy places for local people, learn proper manners to enjoy the experience while respecting the Japanese customs and religion.
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11 Facts Other Websites Never Tell You About Japanese Dos and Don’ts

Be scared about Japanese picky manners and etiquettes? You are the tourists and the Japanese want you to enjoy traveling in Japan more than anything! I am going to tell you today that things GENERALLY the Japanese don't do in public, but these things don't mean that you should do. Grab a cup of coffee, and read relax!
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6 Things Bother Japanese People By International Tourists

Going to Japan? Japan has been known as the "Hospitality" country for visitors, but there is a little controversy between Japanese people and overseas tourists in recent years. The basic of the Japanese spirit is "Consider other people" first, and might be you feel different in some situations. You are the guest to visit Japan, yet you should understand etiquette and manners to keep a comfortable relationship with each other in Japan.
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The Informative Guide To Japan Shrine Manners & Omikuji Things To Do

Visiting Japan? The top attraction of things to do in Japan is "visiting Shrines and Temples". Shrines are the place where God lives, we are happy for you to pay respects following official steps. This site tells you the most common manners for the shrine visit and also guides about after-attraction such as drawing Omikuji.
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[Driving in Japan] Do you know the STOP sign in Japan?

Planning to drive a car in Japan? Do you know the most cause of car accidents by foreign tourists in Japan? This article is what you should know about the misunderstanding of a stop sign for foreign tourists in Japan.
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Kurisumasu Traditions; Things The Japanese Do On Christmas Season

Christmas is in the air! Despite it isn’t a national holiday in Japan, the Japanese have created very unique Christmas traditions. What's Christmas Like in Japan? Let me share Japanese Kurisumasu!
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