No Me Llames Friki — Accesorios y ropa típica de Japón

Let’s get to know more about Japanese flower arrangement, the differences between geisha and maiko, and kawaii traditional ornaments! Simply click the links below to read our previous uploade…

Today's tabemono spotlight falls on our OTP~ Matcha / green tea and wagashi! Wagashi is a kind of traditional Japanese sweet that is usually served with tea. Its delicate sweetness balances out the bitterness of the tea (here we specifically use matcha, since it's *almost* every JapanLover's favorite!), which makes the two such a perfect combo!  www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe Art by Little Miss Paintbrush

Today’s tabemono spotlight falls on our OTP~ Matcha / green tea and wagashi! ♡(*´・ω・)(・ω・`*)♡ Wagashi is a kind of traditional Japanese sweet that is usually served with tea. Its delicate sweetness.

Hanami Food — by Chichi, via Little Miss Paint Brush

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Hanami Food — by Chichi, via Little Miss Paint Brush (Hanami = Cherry Blossoms Viewing)

Today, January 13, the second Monday of the year, Japan celebrates the "Coming-of-Age Day (Seijin no Hi 成人の日)"! ^^  It is a national holiday that celebrates and congratulates people who have just reached 20 years old (the Japanese legal age) over the past year, and reminds them of their responsibilities as an adult. (✿´‿`)  ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ japanlover.me/cool/ Art by littlemisspaintbrush

Today, January the second Monday of the year, Japan celebrates the "Coming-of-Age Day (Seijin no Hi 成人の日)"! ^^ It is a national holiday that celebrates and congratulates people who have just re.

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The Japanese Way of Using Chopsticks + Sushi Etiquette in Japan

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10 Things To Do When in Osaka. Osaka, a city that is one of Japan's most important economic centers, has many sights and activities to offer for tourists and travelers.

Curry — by Chichi, via Little Miss Paint Brush

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Are you as curry-azy for curry like we are? ヽ(°▽、°)ノ Of course, we all know curry didn’t originate from Japan~ It was brought to Japan by the British, (when India was still under their administration). It became so popular in the Japanese households.

♥ El Kakigōris dulce Pasado ♥

It's summertime in Japan and the yummiest way to cool down is with our favorite shaved ice dessert (with syrup and condensed milk and known to be smoother than a snowcone and fresh like snow. Art by Little Miss Paintbrush.

JLPT Practice test online - Saying Goodbye in Japanese

Educational infographic & data visualisation JLPT Practice test online – Saying Goodbye in Japanese… Infographic Description JLPT Practice test online – Saying Goodbye in Japanese – Infographic Source – -

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