Japanese lantern lighting ceremony.....On the bucket list this one ,one of the…

Japanese lantern lighting ceremony(toro nagashi) is celebrated on the last day of the Bon Festival to guide the spirits of the dead back home.

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11 Japanese customs that are shocking to foreigners

In the mid sugarcane plantations in Hawaii created a unique cultural diaspora of Japanese immigrants, my family included. I loved visiting Japan and am very passionate about Japanese culture.

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Guide to Japanese colors. -- Japan, colors as a social status, kimono color according to the month, traditional color names, Japanese lesson

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Chopstick etiquette is no joke! Nobody will judge you if you fumble a bit, but the items listed here are definitely faux pas.

Chopsticks what NOT todo. especially "Shoveling with tamago gohan", "Resting", "skewering" ect. But definitely don't do "Standing" and "Transferring".

Bowing is a big part of Japanese culture. There are many ways, rules, and times to bow. This guide will give you some idea on how to bow, with videos, step by step instructions, and more.

Bowing in Japan

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Fabric Shopping In Tokyo - The Money, The Numbers

Fabric Shopping In Tokyo - The Money, The Numbers