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We have officially entered the Summer Season. The wind breeze starts to feel warm and humid.
This means a change of wardrobe as well. Time to put the Spring clothes back in the closet and bring back the cotton shirts, straw
The word Yokai (妖怪) has a lot of meaning. It can mean a ghost, phantom, demon, monster or goblin. Yokai usually refers to mystical creatures that possesses unexplained powers, physical characteristics or strength. In the early centuries, yokai was not
Government have urged the people to stay at home and avoid crowded places to avoid the spread of Corona Virus. COVID-19 was declared by pandemic by the World Health Organization. This virus started in Wuhan, China and has spread in
Ojigi (お辞儀) or the act of bowing is definitely one of the most important part of Japanese culture. Bowing is used commonly in greeting a person as well as giving a deep apology. There are different levels and types of