Japanese Culture

  • Japanese Culture - Osechi is Dish Served on New Years

    “Osechi” are traditional foods which are eaten by a lot of Japanese on New Year’s Day. It includes many kinds of Japanese traditional foods, and t...
  • Japanese Culture - Sado "Tea Ceremony" and the Tools

    What is tea ceremony?Tea ceremony is the act of making matcha according to a set traditional etiquette and serving it to guests. Powdered matcha a...
  • Japanese Culture - Shodo "Japanese Calligraphy" and the Tools

    For Japanese people, calligraphy is familiar and familiar. It is a traditional Japanese culture that can be easily done at home as long as you hav...
  • Japanese Culture - Washoku (Japanese Food) with Tableware

    Japan, which stretches from north to south and has four distinct seasons, is blessed with a diverse and rich natural environment, and the food cul...
  • Japanese Culture - Footwear Waraji, Zori, Setta, Geta and Okobo

    There are many beautiful traditional Japanese costumes, such as elegant kimonos, colorful yukatas, stylish happi coats, and simple yet elegant hak...
  • Japanese Culture - Chopsticks are used from Nara Asuka period

    It was during the Asuka and Nara period that chopsticks began to be used for eating. Prince Shotoku is said to have adopted the chopsticks system ...