Since the end of January, when corona has spread, we are unable to meet our customers due to out-of-going regulations, and our school principal, “Principal Yasuyuki Umemori,” and other teachers are all very sad.
However, I want to connect with everyone with a smile because it is such a time! With the thought, “I wanted to connect with you by doing an online sushi school and started an online version of Umemori Sushi School as a new service.
The experience is “laughing! Sharing a smile!”
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AKi is a Japanese artist. He got golden award and the award of Japan-Spain intercommunion honorary artist for his work, “Mother Forest” released in Maritime Museum in Barcelona. He also published his work “History” in Japan-Grice 110 year amity exhibition and got Special Jury Prize. Some critics say his art can try the viewer’s sense, others also say it has superb color sense. This time is following the Ginza in February, we will be showing AKi’s new art works in Kyoto.
Here are Savvy’s five ways for surviving “tsuyu”.
1. Invest in a pair of rain boots
Ah, the rainy season in Japan; hundreds of shoes lost in the daily deluge that sees the streets turn into the flood scene from every recent disaster movie, coupled with the constant scent of Eau de Damp Footwear. We’ve seen Birkenstocks, leather heels and even Crocs give up before we’ve managed to wade to the office. It’s time to invest in a decent pair of quality rain boots that will save you time and avoid the unnecessary loss of half of your shoe collection.
Most, if not all, Japanese shoe stores will start selling a range of water-resistant rubber boots from May with the cheapest starting around ¥3,000 all the way up to ¥75,000 (yikes!) for a branded pair like Hunters. It’s a good idea to shop around, and you might find a better deal online at Rakuten or Amazon.
These foldable rubber boots designed for the fashion-conscious rice farmer have been doing the internet rounds for a while. Ok, they’re not cheap but this is an investment, right?
2. Find the right hair and makeup products
Wearing make-up this June? Your face will—literally—begin to melt, transforming a slick of eyeliner into a cosplay of Beetlejuice. Hair, too, likes to frizz in the manner of an electrocuted poodle. Never mind though, as this actually helps to avert people’s eyes from the unavoidable sweat patches that will form in places you didn’t even think they could.
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Tips For “Wearing It Right”
Learn How To Head Back To The Office In Style
Starting this week, many people will be asked to return to the office. For women deciding what to wear to the office in Japan can seem a bit tricky. But it doesn’t have to be complicated — just follow our simple guidelines, and you will be prepared for whatever your Japanese company throws at you. See “more info” link.
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Check Up On Your 2020 New Year’s Health Resolutions
We’re almost at the half way mark of the year, and maybe at that point when you might be feeling guilty about corona overconsumption and inspired to ramp up your health again. See “more info” link.
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