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Japanese culture introduction

 In this corner, we introduce you many kind of information about Japan in the form of column. You can read the history of Japan, or traditional culture and arts by authority. And also you might see trivia from normal Japanese, Japanese wonderful part and special kind of Japanese custom that foreign resident in Japan felt. You are searchable from the columnist or the column. Have a good time!

  • The Root of Edokomon
    The Root of Edokomon Edokomon originated in Samurai Kamisimo, a costume traditionally worn by samurai. In the Edo era, Samurai belonging to their clan tried to competitively show of... 

    ( 03/16/2007 )

  • Yayoi (March)
    Yayoi (March) March is called Yayoi in the lunar calendar. Yayoi is also read Iyayoi, the word of which means that plants further grow. Put simply, March is a month when plan... 

    ( 03/09/2007 )

  • Woven-up Japanese Calligraphy
    Woven-up Japanese Calligraphy I was born in a house of the fabric weaver surrounded by the nature of green. Kee-ton-ton, Ba-totton, weaving sounds of loom, crossing warp and sliding weft bet... 

    ( 03/01/2007 )

  • Kisaragi(February)
    Kisaragi(February) February is called Kisaragi in the lunar calendar in Japan. The main theory is that when Risshun (around February 4) passing, it gradually gets warmer but col... 

    ( 02/21/2007 )

  • Cherry blossoms
    Cherry blossoms Kazariya-Shirogane makes a point of taking good care of Cherry blossoms, because the basics of Beauty which I put thought into are flowers, and above all, Cherr... 

    ( 01/30/2007 )

  • Mutsuki (January)
    Mutsuki (January) January is also known as Mutsuki (or affection month) in Japan, a month that couples frequently intercommunicate in close and intimate harmony with each other, ... 

    ( 01/10/2007 )

  • Shiwasu (December)
    Shiwasu (December) Another name for December is Shiwasu in Japan. The origins of the word come in several. One of them is that before the new year days, priests are supposed to ... 

    ( 12/12/2006 )

  • Shimotsuki (November)
    Shimotsuki (November) November in the lunar calendar is called Shimotsuki, which means the frost month literally, aka, Shinki-zuki, or the god returning month, Yuki-machi zuki, or sn... 

    ( 11/09/2006 )

  • Kanazuki (October)
    Kanazuki (October) October used to be called Kanazuki in the Japanese lunar calendar. In the olden days, gods all over Japan got together in the country of Izumo (today Shimane p... 

    ( 10/17/2006 )

  • Uzuki ( April )
    Uzuki ( April ) Many years ago, when there used to be no electricity and light was so dim at night, it was a major concern to people how the night looks in the moonlight. And... 

    ( 10/09/2006 )

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