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Japanese Culture and Traditions
She is not a geisha
No. This one is not a geisha. She belonged to a different set of women called oirans, or more popularly known as the most-sought-for courtesans of the Japanese Edo period.
Traditional Beyblades by Masaaki Hiroi
In Japan, there were the Beyblades, the seemingly more “mechanical” tops popularized by the manga, with the same name, by Takao Aoki. #beyblades #toy #toys #takaoaoki
Top 10 Common Japanese Superstitious Beliefs
We grow up believing in one or two superstitions as kids, perhaps still carrying them until this very moment. Every country has their own sets of superstitious beliefs #beliefs #superstitions #belief #japan
10 Kilns in Japan to try hands-on Pottery making
if you wish to be one of the well-known potter, you must try exploring the Japanese-style pottery on these places that will promise to give you a hands-on experience! #pottery #kilns #pot #tradition #culture
Japanese Omiyage Culture: Your Go-to Souvenir
In Japan, omiyage is a gift or souvenir that you give to friends, coworkers and family when you return from a trip. #omiyage #culture #japan #japaneseculture