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Japanese culture

JAPAN'S MOST EXCITING FESTIVALS
The annual festivals accompanying the traditional holidays are among the most spectacular elements of Japanese culture. During the celebrations, one can admire traditional clothes and intricately…
ROKUYO. JAPANESE LUCKY AND UNLUCKY DAYS
Japanese culture is ripe with traditions and customs unheard of in Europe. There is a reason why it fascinates so many people, and why so many want to learn more about what makes it different. In…
JAPANESE NATIONAL HOLIDAYS
Every country has its traditions. These traditions are often so important to the people in a given country that they become national holidays. The Land of the Rising Sun is no exception. However,…
JAPANESE TABLE CUSTOMS
Good manners are of great importance to the Japanese. Everyone who visits a native Japanese at their home should take the time to learn the rules of politeness according to which the Japanese act.…
HOW TO EAT IN A JAPANESE RESTAURANT?
The culture of Japan is considerably different from that of Europe. If you are planning a trip to Japan, make sure to learn as much a possible about local customs – not only to avoid social blunder…
VALENTINE'S DAY IN JAPAN. CHOCOLATE DAY FOR THOSE IN LOVE
Valentine's Day is an important holiday in Japan but, just as other “borrowed” calendar events, it widely differs from the classic day of love we know in the Western tradition.
SADO – JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY
The Japanese like to celebrate various ceremonies, such as tea brewing – a custom they consider of great importance. When brewed in a special way, green tea acquires an intensive and distinct taste.
TRADITIONAL JAPANESE WEDDING. CUSTOMS, SUPERSTITIONS AND DISHES
Weddings in Japan are traditionally organised in the spirit of Shintoism. Ceremonies are often interwoven with Christian customs but at times we can also meet Buddhist weddings which are fully in…
NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS IN JAPAN. CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS
Since 1873, Japan celebrates the New Year on 1 January, according to the Gregorian calendar. Before that, it was celebrated according to the Chinese lunar calendar. In some parts of the country,…
KURISUMASU: CHRISTMAS IN JAPANESE STYLE
Karimasu, the Japanese Christmas season, starts as early as mid-November. The Japanese regard Christmas as entertainment and a commercial rather than religious event (only 0.7% of the Japanese…
CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN JAPAN
While Japan is not a Christian country and there are few Christians living there, Christmas has been viewed by the Japanese as an occasion to adopt a few traditions from the West, including…
HANAMI, JAPANESE CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL
Almost every country in the world has its own distinctive holiday that sets it apart from the neighbours. The same is true for Japan, which boasts an extensive tradition that is inextricably linked…
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