Haiku is a traditional type of Japanese poetry. The poems are about everyday things and are usually three short lines which don't rhyme. First line usually contains five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line five syllables. I think that Haikus don't have the ...
This is a nice outing for those who appreciate Japanese culture and fine dining.
To really head towards fluency in Japanese, you're going to have to go to Japan. But what are your options? We'll discuss them here.
Why did an American of Spanish ancestry, who can't speak Spanish, start learning Japanese? Moreover, why should you bother learning such a beautiful language?
Even in a dream, I never thought that I would find a place I could consider as my second home.
Capturing a foreign market is never easy even Honda took time understanding the US market.
I would like to share my very own recipes of Japanese Dishes. These are very easy to cook. Maybe you can cook them too in your homes.
A small guide on how to feed your bonsai plant appropriately.
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Some things we can fight, some things we cant, some things we have to accept, some things we dont...all the thoughts and words in this article are mine, but I think I speak for many.
By their very design, rituals are meant to accomplish, either symbolically or actually, a connection with some perceived meaning of life. The Japanese Tea Ceremony, however, is unique in that it neither implies nor evokes anything beyond itself.
Hachiko Square, in Tokyo, Japan, is said to be the busiest “simultaneous pedestrian crosswalk” in the world, seeing approximately one million people each day, with as many as 10,000 people crossing during a single cycle of the light. (Check out these videos.)