Monthly Archives: June 2016

No boyfriend? No Problem! You can now develop romantic relationships with a guy as if you are actually dating in real life. This is called "Otome Game" which is a video game based on a story manipulated by the player character with the goal of your desired partner falling...

Christianity is just one of the minor religions in Japan. Less than 1% of the total population is considered Christian. Despite that fact, the country is regarded as one of the secular nations around the world where religious principles are followed on certain occasions. Let's have a quick view...

Candly is a handmade candle shop located in Sapporo, Hokkaido. The second you walk into their shop, you are surrounded by the sweet smell of the handmade candles that line the shelves. If you love scented candles and are looking for a beautiful souvenir or candle for your home,...

We all must have seen silhouettes which are pretty common if we look at a rocky terrain from a distance. But only a few have seen rocks that usually have an interesting shape. There are some rock formations which can totally blow our mind from any distance. They can...

It's finally here, the summer that we hate and love. While summer is the time to have fun with your family and friends. Unfortunately, with summer just around the corner, the scorching heat of the sun is an enemy that we all have to deal with. Don't let the...

With the arrival of June, this marks the beginning of summer as temperatures climb higher and the sun sets later in the day. In the kyuureki (the Japanese lunar calendar), the month of June is called Minazuki (水無月) which means the month with no water. As to why this...

Going by modern beauty standards, 'slim' is always the norm. Japan's beauty standards are no different. The perfect Japanese woman should be petite and slender to be considered attractive. However, there are a lot of women who look absolutely gorgeous irrespective of their weight. Taking this into account, many...

One thing that soon becomes apparent to many foreigners after being in Japan for any length of time is the lack of public trash cans. It can be quite annoying at times, but people get used to carrying around used wrappers, receipts, and other pieces of trash until they...

Ever have trouble sleeping at night? There's a solution for you. Coca-Cola Japan has recently introduced a new drink called "Glaceau Sleep Water" which claims to help people sleep well at night. It is a drinking water perfect for those who have sleep disorders or simply want uninterrupted beauty...

Hatsune Miku, the popular Vocaloid star, is going to be featured in the textbooks of first-year high school students in Japan. Her huge popularity in the Japanese music industry makes her well-known even among children. Thanks to her Vocaloid composer, Kikuo, her songs have been influencing many aspects of...

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