CULTURE

CULTURE

"Kimono" and "yukata," among others, are famous types of Japanese clothes that one thinks of when talking about the fashion of Japanese women, but it is actually rather rare to see people wearing them on the street. However, Japanese women are very fashionable! Here we will introduce to you the...

"Kawaii," a word used even overseas, is characteristic of Japanese culture. This time, I will introduce Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ), famous as a symbol of kawaii representing Harajuku, a spot popular with young people. She was originally working as a model, but, with Nakata Yasutaka, the producer of Parfume, popular...

Nowadays, Japanese people have few opportunities to wear such traditional Japanese clothes as a kimono or hakama. But 100 years ago, many people wore traditional Japanese clothes in daily life. What is shown here are photographs that were taken around 1910, or about 125 years ago from now. They...

In Japan, many people enjoy creating various snow arts. This time, We will introduce some high level works among them. the Olaf of "Frozen" オラフなかなかのデキ✨ pic.twitter.com/ngMG93RlFF— しゅんぺー (@shunpei417) 2014, 12月 14 Double Hachikos ハチ公増えてるwww pic.twitter.com/4CYVmTg9je— カフェイン@テンションハイ (@Wolfrandre) 2014, 2月 14 Multiple Hachikos ハチ公見に来たんだけど増えすぎだろ pic.twitter.com/6gI8gPfIAL— ぐど (@gudon_k) 2014, 2月 15 Made by art teacher 美術の先生が凄すぎた件✨ pic.twitter.com/OnHJ1WTYES— 96 (@doktornight) 2014,...

The products in Japanese departments stores are first class in terms of quality and service, and many customers visit those department stores. Experience that quality here through the wrapping technique of the department store employees. Relevance:The greatest shopping spots in Japan. A summary of the five large Japanese department stores within...

In Japan, the starting times of businesses and schools all tend to fall within the same short time period. This results in a large number of people commuting to work or school and severe crowding at this time. On the other hand, the times at which people go home are more...

Do you know about Japan's famous crowded trains? During peak commuting hours in major metropolises such as Tokyo and Osaka, passengers, often with the help of station staff, cram themselves into trains as they head off to work or school. The congestion is at its worst between 7:00 a.m. and...

The Shibuya Crossing is often listed as a 'famous spot' in foreign guides, too. Want to disentangle this spectacular mess? Take a look at the video! You can find many foreigners taking photos here, but the locals use the crossing with remarkable indifference. Access

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