March 8 in Japan. International women's day. Holidays
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The Tanabata Festival in Japan
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Holidays in Japan

Introducing Japanese holidays – is an interesting and unusual way to understand Japanese culture and learn about the people that make this country so different.

To get the most out of the holiday, the most important thing to arrive in Japan on time. If you arrive too late, you will encounter incredibly inflated housing prices and terrible traffic jams, and the most interesting will pass by.

So, here are the five most important and celebrated throughout the country holidays in Japan.

To important holiday celebrating the new year in Japan is taken very seriously. Traditionally, new year’s eve the Japanese cook soba noodles, eaten exactly at midnight and starts the year. At dawn the Emperor prays for his people. The similarity with the Chinese new year is that on this holiday there is a special food, and children receive money in little envelopes. As a rule, all family members gather around the holiday table together, where not only eat and drink, and play games.

January 2 open access into the inner grounds of the Imperial Palace to everyone. Second time in a year the doors of the Palace will open only on December 23 – in the Emperor’s birthday. Many stores and businesses are closed until at least January 3. Another holiday, coming of Age day, Continue reading

Management is the secret of Japanese

Hello everyone! Today let’s talk about what management is the main secret of the Japanese. Large Japanese companies are not so much in the interests of shareholders, but in the interests of their employees. So is it any wonder their high productivity?

Management strategy the phenomenal business success

Everyone already heard about the reasons for the unusual dynamism of the Japanese economy.

But the main “secret” of the Japanese, according to economists, has not been used yet in the Russian context.

And that’s what it is: the Japanese managed to overcome the stereotype of “us versus them” that so often overshadows labour relations in Russian enterprises.

They managed to create in people the feeling that the workers and managers of the company live a common destiny.

We act and live in a system where the basis of basic Finance.

And therefore often don’t understand that companies are made of people and, of course, not able to work better than people.

The Japanese understand this. Moreover, their managers are employees considered valuable asset of the company.

So, they have to be valued, they must be taken care of, and the main thing – to save their jobs, – except Continue reading

Wedding rituals in Asia

Marriage Bali. This is perhaps one of the strangest wedding ceremonies and obscure European Asnani. During the ceremony, young saw off part of the teeth without an anaesthetic, symbolizing the fact that people do not belong to the world of evil spirits, bearing fangs. At the wedding table sitting only women and men who prepared the dishes for the feast all night, resting at this time.

In Bermuda, it is customary to decorate the top tier of the wedding cake tiny young tree. After that they planted the same tree in front of his house as a sign that their marriage will last until the tree grows.

In Vietnam there are two wedding celebrations, one satisfied with the groom’s parents, the other is organized on the bride’s side.

Indian marriage. According to an old tradition to ward off evil spirits over the heads of young three times and twist the coconuts. After the ceremony, to family zhizni was happy, without any misery and sorrow the bride and the groom, the male family member is showering flower petals .

Marriage in Caribbean

On the Islands of Barbados, Grenada and Santa Lucia for the wedding isikut huge ‘black’ cake stuffed with dried fruits and rum. The recipe for this Continue reading