Japanese culture and society Archives | Motivist Japan
One of the famous representation of Japanese culture is the Geisha. Becoming a geisha requires a lot of training, hard work and patience. In the past, only Japanese can become a geisha. However, there were records of foreigners becoming geisha
Omiyage means a local specialty bought as a gift while traveling. These are normally given to friends, family or co-workers after you’ve been gone for a trip. In Japan train stations, you will see lots of boxes wrapped in colorful
It was 5 years ago when I first stepped in Japan. It was almost Spring and the first thing I noticed even before going out of the airport are the number of people wearing face mask. The questions in my
This article is for students looking for Intensive Japanese Language Courses in Japan. If you’re goal is to enter Higher Education such as University, Senmon Gakko or preparation for employment, then this article is for you.
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