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Month

September 2017
Higashiya
At HIGASHIYA of Japanese sweets, we have released “Osechi Sweets” packed in 12 stages with a desire to repeatedly do something auspicious. Next year’s zodiac is “Dod”. Dog is a symbol of birth and descendants prosperity because births are light and prolific. A zodiac sweets named after the “belt celebration” which gets a belly band...
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comb festival 2017
“Comb Festival” which appreciated the worn-out comb and took him on 25th, was operated in the Yasui Kanpiragu shrine in Kyoto City. After the shrine held in the precincts, the women who dressed in hairstyle and period costumes from the kofun period to modern walked around Gion Kyoto. It is held every year since 1961,...
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(c)mainichi.jp
“Festival of Kimono” (sponsored by ethnic costume dissemination association etc) was held to widely know Japanese style culture and costumes. Approximately 40 people stood on stage and showed off the “Kimono Fashion Show” with wearing kimono of modern kimono and wearing a royal wedding “Junihitoe (Twelve)” in the dynasty dress. It is one of the...
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Why don't you perform the tea ceremony ? Matcha of 'Usucha' [column] (c)wafuku.me
There are two types of matcha, Koicha (dense tea) and Usucha (light tea). We also call rich (Okoi) or dark tea (Okoicha), thin (Ousu), etc. This time, we introduced “Usucha (light tea) ” that we had when we went to the classroom of the tea ceremony at Ginza, Tokyo the other day. ◆ About Matcha...
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(c)wa-hakata.jp
Why do not you enjoy Hakata with kimono? The event “Hakata of Wa(Japan)” will be held from September 16 to October 9, centering on Jodensa and JR Hakata stations in Fukuoka City Hakata Ward. It is the second time this year, organized by the Hakata Town Planning Promotion Council and Hakata’s Attraction Sending Conference, etc.,...
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