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Kimono

Trivia of Japanese hemp leaf pattern / Traditional Kimono pattern ④

Japanese hemp leaf pattern, called "Asanoha" is a geometric pattern of hexagons connecting rhombus shapes. This pattern has been used to decora...
Shrine

Shrine stamp in Hawaii!? Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii

Did you know that there are shrines overseas where you can get a shrine stamp? That's the Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii in Honolulu, Oahu, ...
Tea-ceremony

Wagashi with tea ceremony of September

In Japane, 9th of September is one of the five festivals, called 'Chou-yo'. This is also known as the "Chrysanthemum Festival" because people decor...
Shrine

Asaskusa Sensoji Temple, the place to go in a kimono

Sensouji Temple is one of the most famous sightseeing spots in Tokyo. Did you know that it is the oldest temple in Tokyo? It was founded in 628...
Tea-ceremony

Wagashi with tea ceremony of August

Summer is in full swing in August. It seems like every year the heat gets hotter and hotter. In Japan, August is the season of Obon, when we wel...
Souveir

Secretary’s recommendation! “Denish bread” from “Moncher” in Yurakucho

This is their specialty Danish bread. They use a lot of fresh butter and fresh cream, and every step of the process, from preparation to baki...
Souveir

Secretary’s recommendation! “Dorayaki” from “Kameju” in Asakusa

Have you ever heard a Japanese snack called "Dorayaki"? Dorayaki is a Japanese red bean pancake. Also, it is famous for what Doraemon (Japane...
Tea-ceremony

Introduction of starter 6-pieces set for Tea Ceremony Practice

Have you ever thought you want to do Japanese tea ceremony called "Sado"? Japanese tea ceremony is tended to be thought too difficult to learn, but...
Kimono

Origin of Japanese arrow pattern / Traditional Kimono pattern ③

Yagasuri. "Japanese arrow pattern" Japanese arrow pattern, called "Yagasuri" is a pattern of white and colored arrow feathers arranged vertically i...
Souveir

Brown Sugar Manju from Sendai City “Tamazawa Sou-honten”

Have you ever heard Japanese traditional sweets called "Manju"? Manju is a Japanese dessert which sweet red bean paste is wrapped with dough made o...
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