Japan it UP!

16 Apr
Most meals hinge on a singular element, a key ingredient that, if left out, causes the entire meal to fall out of balance. There is one recipe element for which this is almost always true for every recipe it is involved with: sauce. Sauce is more than a simple condiment or ingredient. In many recipes […]
9 Apr
It is not the myth that obesity rate is so low in Japan. All the surveys that are conducted on the head account in various countries that are suffering with obesity have revealed that obesity rates are quite low in Japan. Let us look at the reasons for this wonderful fact about this country. Different […]
17 Mar
Modern day views through out daily life, old traditions, and new technologies ranging from the cities of Tokyo, Kyoto, and Yudanaka. Scott Gold brings his visit to Japan in one of the most beautiful short films about traveling in Japan I have ever seen. It makes you appreciate living here. It makes you want to […]
14 Mar
1980年代に倉俣 史朗(kuramata shiro)は新設計のコイルが無い風呂を設計しました。形としては一世代前の風呂を元に作られたが、見た目は現代式の倉又風呂。コンセプトとしては、茶碗の形をした風呂を追い炊きで水を温めるシステムです。でも、追い炊きなので、コイルを使わないで火を使ってお湯を温める方法でした。しかし、あまりにも売れなかったのですぐに廃品にされました。 Visit: http://primo.getty.edu/
4 Mar
ETRURIA BAND is thinking on the possibility to move their music to JAPAN, because in this open mind country their music will be more easy to show. The singer Sergio Ferrer from Spain was in the past in Japan (Tokyo) and he was amazed about Japanese people and always with the idea to return to […]
2 Mar
It’s often wondered … when is the best time to ski and where? Choose to ski Japan, Canada or the USA instead of Europe this year and you instantly improve your chances of floating through fresh powder – while the Alps tend to receive an average of around five metres of snow each year, most […]
28 Feb
What makes Japan stand out when it comes to food is the importance of preparation and the quality of the ingredients used in Japanese cuisine. Japan is basically a foodies paradise and it isn’t surprising that Japan has the most 3 star Michelin Restaurants in the world along with France. With so many Japanese dishes and […]
27 Feb
Japan’s suicide rate has increased in the last 30 years. In 1982, the rate increased, then gradually decreased until 1997. In 1998, the rate jumped again, and remained high after 1998. Both 1982 and 1998 were recession years, but 1998 was special. In November 1997, Sanyo Securities, Hokkaido Takushoku Bank and Yamaichi Securities Co. went bankrupt. In […]
11 Feb
The Japanese are renowned for their love of fish, with almost every species on the planet available in their restaurants, but they have also acquired a taste for Shisha (Hookah). This is flavoured tobacco that is smoked using a waterpipe, which many believe gives it intense amounts of smoke and a unique taste. The tobacco […]
30 Jan
Are you looking for adventurous water activities? There are plenty of interesting and exciting water activities to enjoy in Japan. As it is surrounded by ocean and lined with 32,000 rivers, streams and lakes, this island nation offers challenging activities to indulge. You may think surfing and Japan are a bit like chalk and cheese, […]
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