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The Return of Sanja Matsuri21 May 2023 / Comments: 0
After Japan opened its doors again to tourists and downgraded the level of Corona to the same level as Flu, the canceled parades and festivals are slowly returning to the scene. This week, we went to Asakusa to see the
Tattoo friendly sento in Tokyo9 April 2023 / Comments: 0
Your trip to Japan is not complete without visiting an onsen. For some, it can be a little bit overwhelming. Imagine having to be fully naked with other people soaking in the same water. But for some, it can be
How do Japanese people celebrate their New Year?31 December 2022 / Comments: 0
Do you ever wonder how Japanese people celebrate new year? Aside from doing the oosoji before celebrating new year, here are some things, practices they do and food they prepare in welcoming the new year.
1. Kagami Mochi 鏡もち
Even before the
Tips to save money while traveling Japan as a Student28 December 2022 / Comments: 0
1. Seishun 18 Ticket – This cost 12, 050 yen.
Advantages – This ticket will allow you to travel using non- reserved seats or rapid trains in any JR Line. You can hop on and hop off on any JR lines from
Medicine Guides in Japan11 December 2022 / Comments: 0
For students coming to Japan, it can be a bit overwhelming to see such a range of medicines available over the counter. Please remember that taking medicines should be done with care.
It is always better to consult a doctor
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Let’s learn Japanese Onomatopoeia with Pictures29 September 2022 / Comments: 0
Do you want to improve your Nihongo skills?
Then you need to learn Japanese Onomatopoeia.
What is Onomatopoeia?
Onomatopoeia refers to the use of words which sound like the noise they refer to. ‘Hiss’, ‘buzz’, and ‘rat-a-tat-tat’ are examples of onomatopoeia.