Japonist Weekly Pickup Posts

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Shousenkyou

“Shousenkyou” [昇仙峡/しょうせんきょう]  is the famous place where you can see the magnificent scenery. DESCRIPTION “Shousenkyou”...

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Momiji-gari

Momiji-gari is the autumn leaves which you can see in from mid-September to early December.(It depends...

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Kyudo

“Kyudo” [弓道/きゅうどう]  is one of the Japanese martial art which is a kind of archery....

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Ukiyoe

“Ukiyoe” [浮世絵/うきよえ] is the famous Japanese traditional picture. Picture: “Fugaku Sanjūrokkei”(富嶽三十六景) DESCRIPTION “Ukiyoe” is 【picture...

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Omochi

“Omochi”  [お餅/おもち] is the “rice cake” which is indispensable for Japanese annual events. DESCRIPTION “Omochi” is...

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Wasabi

DESCRIPTION Wasabi [山葵/わさび]  is the Japanse horseradish, mainly used for “Sashimi” and “Sushi”. “Wasabi” is...