New Year’s Day

How does peple spend New year’s day in Japan?  1 “Japanese wives has no time to relax. They spend couples of gloomy days. We explain the reasons why” what they should do are countless,,, Cooking New Year’s Dishes(Osechi) Each dishes has special meaning such as health, longevity, fertility and luck, and it condenses Japanese […]


Izakaya Japanese public house is heavenly!

Isakaya used to be the place where Japanese business men came to drink beer after hard work in Japan. Now Isakaya became complemented by a growing population of independent women, students, and families.         ■ 4 reasons you should go to Izakaya   Izakaya is the central Japanese real culture! When we  are […]

Japanese girls festival

Doll’s Festival for girls

March 3rd is very exciting day for Japanese girls! It is  Hina-Matsuri, the Doll’s Festival for girls is an event to pray for young girls growth and happiness. The family with girls display a set of dolls together with peach which express as ward off evil, and have some special dishes.   We have chirashi-sushi (vinegared rice with scattered […]

Devil out! Good luck in!

   SETSUBUN 3rd of Feb.   This day is the end of winter. People throw roasted soybeans with saying “Devil out! Good luck in!” inside and outside the house. People eat as many beans as their age to wish for good luck. Why roasted beans? The evil of the previous year is prevended from sprouting from the […]

Harvest moon in Google

27 th of Sep. is Harvest moon festival  in Japan. Lots of sweets and goods for Harvest moon is seen in everywhere in Japan toady.   Google JPN also celebrates  Harbest moon. Here is So cute logo! Tonigt we enjoy full moon with Sake and sweets.   A full moon in Sake. How cool!