We gathered high-quality videos on Maiko, Geisha, Oiran.In Japan, there are places where you can meet Maiko san and Geisha such as Kyoto and there are places where you can offer kimono experiences, so please try it.
Japan is a cornucopia of traditional craftsmanship.Glimpses of true Japan can be seen more closely when you learn something about the artistry of skill and expression and, the way of living and philosophy of, the Japanese craftspeople.
Bonsai is a Japanese art form using trees grown in containers. The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years.
There are three kinds (three major styles) in the Japanese garden. 1. 池泉式庭園 (Chisenshikiteien) → There are ponds and rivers in the garden 2. 枯山水 (Karesansui) → There are no ponds or rivers in the garden, and the composition of the garden is mainly stone. 3. 露地庭 (Rojiniwa) → Have Tea room
Japan boasts a vast array of tempting and exotic foodstuffs, the best of which are exquisite works of art.
Japanese Tea Ceremony (Tyado)
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea.In Japanese, it is called chanoyu or sadō, chadō, while the manner in which it is performed, or the art of its performance, is called temae. Zen Buddhism was a primary influence in the development of the Japanese tea ceremony.
Japanese Cool Products
All around the world you see the same items for sale. But Japan continues to be the source of many products that are truly different. Some are genius, some whacky, others examples of Japan’s unique aesthetics.
Otaku (Japanese Subcultures)
Otaku is Japan's unique subculture, anime, manga, cosplayers, collectors, maid cafes and more.
J-pop (Japanese pop) music, Anime songs, Movie songs, and so on... Here, maybe you can find something you might be interested in.
There are various ceremonies in life. For example, birthday, graduation ceremony, wedding ceremony, etc. Why do not you take a look at Japanese ceremonies here?
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Matsuri (Japanese Festival)
There are countless local festivals (Matsuri) in Japan Matsuri are held annually and celebrate the shrine's deity or a seasonal or historical event.
Cherry Blossom Sakura
The cherry blossom (sakura) holds a very prominent position in Japanese culture.
Fireworks (Hanabi) have a long history in Japan and are an integral part of Japanese summers. Hundreds of firework shows are held every year across the country.
Autumn leaves Koyo
Colorful leaves are to the Japanese autumn. The viewing of autumn leaves has been a popular activity in Japan.
In Japan, snow falls in winter almost in the whole country. The snow that piles up in a small village of mountains and in traditional buildings is a very beautiful scenery.
High Speed Bullet Train (Shinkansen)
The Shinkansen is a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan.You can see the powerful scenes where the Shinkansen passes at super high speed at several stations.