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Japanese culture

Shimenawa 2019(c)creema
Shimenawa are one of the traditional Japanese cultures decorated at the entrance of each house at the New Year's Day. Let's decolate a nice Shimenawa and a Happy New Year!
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MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON FESTIVAL in SHIBUYA 2018
Until last year we held using the Sendagaya · Tokyo gymnasium, but this year we will power up events using Shibuya’s town centering around Harajuku! We will send Japanese culture from Shibuya / Harajuku to the world. You can experience various Japanese culture such as music · fashion · food · sightseeing information · cute...
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19th Sakura "Edo" era festival
Eden, Princess, Mouse kid, from the castle, Edo style and bustling day. A crowd and a row merchant who goes and goes. A performer, a townman, a town girl. Samurai rushing to the castle. To the big catcher of the mouse, get out of the castle to the princess, the castle in Sakura is crowded!...
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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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