The Informative Guide To Japan Shrine Manners
Visiting Japan? The top attraction of things to do in Japan is "visiting Shrines and Temples". As you see these numbers, over 81,000 Shrines, and over 75,000 Temples, they have been supporting Japanese life, soul, and spirits for many years. Visiting Shrines and Temples for Japanese people is the same as meeting the spirit of a deity, they follow steps to pray very respectively. To respect Japanese spirits, read the informative guide to Shrine manners on this page for your Japan trip.
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!
13 Japanese Etiquettes and Manners On Trains, Subways, and Shinkansen
Here are 13 Japanese etiquettes and manners you need to know when you use public transportations in Japan such as trains, subways, and Shinkansens. If you don't read this, your behavior may bother local Japanese people.
Things need to know before stepping in “Golden Gai”, Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Want to enjoy the nightlife in Golden Gai, Shinjuku? The district has been loved because of the nostalgic atmosphere and good relationships between owners and patrons. Recently tourism pollution is one of problem and locals worry about its atmosphere going to be destroyed. Not only foreigners but also Japanese new visitors don't know there are undocumented rules among locals, I am going to tell you tips about how you can be a smart customer in Golden Gai.
If You Read The Article About Don’t Blow Your Nose In Public In Japan, Read This.
I am from Japan. Every time I see "Don't blow your nose in public in Japan" on the website, I am not happy about it. Because! you can blow your nose in public even in Japan. In fact, most Japanese people think it is ridiculous if someone says blowing your nose in public is a bad manner. I really want to explain why the rumor has been based on the wrong facts.
The Best Native Guide; 8 Japanese Snacks You Should Bring Home From Japan
This is the Japanese native guide that tells you which Japanese snacks you should bring home from Japan. Outside of Kit Kats and Cheap junks. Well, still not expensive. Country maam cookies, Homepie, Takenoko no Sato, Kinoko no Yama, Alfort, Chokoliele, Happy turn, Cheese Okaki, Jagariko.
10 Popular food that the Japanese order at Izakaya in Japan
Izakayas in Japan? Do you know what to order? These 10 dishes are popular among the Japanese people in case you want to know!
Reserve the seat for luggage on Shinkansen beginning May 2020 in Japan
Going to Japan? Know the new luggage rule of Shinkansen coming up in May of 2020 that you must know? Many foreign tourists don't know there is no baggage storage on Shinkansen on Goldenroute, and they really don't know what to do and cause troubles between tourists and other passengers. This site tells you what is the new rule and what to do for the Japan trip.
The Favorite Mayo Dishes In Japan; The Japanese People Are Obsessed With Japanese Mayonnaise
Japanese people are obsessed with Japanese Mayonnaise, actually, it is more popular than Ranch dressing in Japan. You will see many dishes used with Mayonnaise when traveling in Japan, even for traditional Japanese food such as sushi, rice balls, Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki. In this site, I am introducing the Japanese staple Mayo dishes and hoping to give you hints for cooking. Also, there is a Japanese-style potato salad recipe if liked.
All about “Izakaya” in Japan [Vol.1]; The Basic Type Of Izakayas And Little Trivia
Going to Japan? love drinking? Izakayas are one of the unordinary experiences during your Japan trip. There are many types and concepts of Izakayas, you must know them to get more of your self-attention for the unique experience. Read this and get information for Kanpai beer in Japan!
Japanese MOTTAINAI Aesthetic
"Mottainai" is one of the representative terms to refer to Japanese culture. It is commonly used daily when wasting food, things, money, time...everything when they have regrets to waste these values. You may know the meanings of "Mottainai" as environmental activities, so its spirit has been influenced across the world. But, what's the original meaning of "Mottainai"??? Today, I am going to tell you about Japanese Mottaianai sprit.
5 Things You Should Know About Hinoki Cypress; Relationship with Japanese Life And Awesome Benefits
If you are interested in Japanese culture, you can't ignore the relationship with Hinoki cypress and Japanese life. Hinoki cypress has been loved by the Japanese for thousands of years, besides, it has awesome benefits in many situations. Not only as high-quality building materials but also it has health benefits. Especially, its woody scents give you relaxation and stimulate brain activity effectively with natural organic power. On this site, I am going to tell you Hinoki cypress awesome benefits and how Japanese people use it.
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.
Warning; You Will Miss Japanese Traditional & Cultural Experiences By NOT TRAVELLING In 4 High Seasons In Japan
Traveling to Japan? Do you know the Japanese high seasons? Cherry blossoms, sure. There are several high reasons that you have a hard time traveling around due to the crowd, and not so friendly for your budget. However, it will still worth seeing Japanese tradition, beauty and uniqueness in Japan. If you want to have authentic Japanese experiences, you should read this why you should travel to Japan even in high seasons.
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.
The Japanese calligraphy and Kakizome; Things you want to know
Do you know about Japanese calligraphy? or already get interested in it? Japanese calligraphy is a very popular culture in Japan, all Japanese kids must learn the basic skill in elementary school. Recently, adults enjoy the Japanese calligraphy as their hobby and notice that it brings several benefits like relaxing and refreshing from hassle-hassle life. On this page, I explain the basis of the calligraphy and tried "Kakizome".