The Japanese language On-line: Christmas table in the Japanese style
New year is one of the favorite holidays in Japan. From ancient times it was considered purely a family celebration. On the eve of the feast, the night of December…

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Culture, traditions and customs of Japan. • Japan • Asia • Countries
Samurai, sake, sushi, anime, haiku – that's what associations are carried out at the mention of Japan. and this is just a small list of what is known to every…

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Kusatsu the JAPANESE BATH, the JAPANESE BATH, SITZ BATH, DESIGN IN JAPANESE STYLE, HOW to MAKE a JAPANESE BATH

Bath culture of Japan has always harbored an inexplicable fascination for the people of Europe and the rest of the world. Around deep tubs-pools directly at them and unfolded an exquisite action whole ceremony and accompanying bathing, relaxation, enjoyment.

Originally Kusatsu the Japanese baths were wooden, most of all by its shape and a huge device resembling a deep tub. This appearance has developed over more than a Millennium of history. To have the big tub at home could afford only very rich people, so basically there was a bath in the public baths, which were peculiar to the Japanese clubs. Take a bath, simultaneously, by several people, so baths often became a place of intimate meetings and private negotiations. Many treacherous conspiracies were born in warm water baths and fragrant hot steam.

The other party bath time was always an exquisite communication with specially trained geisha, make the process of bathing in exquisite physical and aesthetic pleasure.

Centuries passed. Like so much else in Japan, the country’s most longstanding traditions, it is the bathing ceremony has not changed. And now you can visit a traditional public bath, with all its attributes, into a deep bath-pool, Continue reading

Customs and traditions of Japan
Catherine has been living in Japan. In one of the local universities, she teaches English. In General, the language she teaches adults, children, and even, as she admits, her dog.…

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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…

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