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Japanese traditions is a category that is here to classify blogs that are about particular areas, districts or prefectures within Tokyo, Japan including but not limited to: Shinjuku, Shibuya, Roppongi, Azabu Juban, Nakano, Shimokitazawa, Asakusa, Koenji, Akihabara.
This category will also include the following information for each area
History or facts – Information on any historical facts in Tokyo or surrounding areas as well as where they originated. This is to help you under Japanese traditions and culture deeper.
For your Japan culture, in FLIP Guide Blog, Discover the fun and interesting facts, Must-do, Must-see, Tips as well as personal and genuine recommendations when you visit this amazing country, experiencing the culture and tradition, with your local friends. Discover the interesting and unique things through interviews, find out about the unusual fun facts about Japan, Quirky Japan, explore the Japanese culture, sometimes even weird things about this country. Find out what foreigners and Japanese people think about this amazing country and all its perks and special things.
Through our experiences, discover the Japanese culture, Japanese traditions, society, daily experiences and parts about living or travelling in Japna that you have yet to discover!
Quirky things- We show you the unique aspect and the weird side of Japan, which you can’t find anywhere else in the world. From animal cafes to maid cafes, anime and manage culture to e-sports culture, vending machines to game centres and pachinko, we cannot wait to show you all the mind-blowing and amazing parts!
Do you know what wabi-sabi is? Yes, it rhymes and is fun to say, but it’s also so much more than that. It’s a belief that all of us can apply in our lives to see the world in a different way, and perhaps appreciate it just a little bit more. Here in this blog,
The Tale of Genji (Genji no monogatari, 源氏の物語) is the world’s first full-length novel, written between 1000 and 1012 by Shikibu Murasaki, also known as Lady Murasaki. It’s a behemoth of a book, with 54 chapters and around 1,300 pages in the English translations. In this The tale of Genji book review, I will show
Samurais have truly evolved throughout time as one of Japan’s most famous symbols. The ferocious warriors of the past, Japanese samurais are Japan’s original badasses. While they are most known for their long, sleek swords—the katana (刀, single-edged sword)—they were also trained to use bows, spears, and daggers, making them multi-talented warriors who were a
White faces, kimono, ornate hair accessories… The geisha has become one of the most iconic representations of Japan, Japanese culture and tradition. As not many people may know more about geisha beyond what they’ve seen in Hollywood’s Memoirs of a Geisha (2006) or in Japanese anime and manga, I wanted to share some information about
Yōkai, roughly translated to ‘spirits’ or ‘demons’ in Japanese, has appeared in Japanese horror legends and folklore since historical times. In a time in Japan when the surreal began to overtake realistic stories, mythical creatures unique to Japan were born, with some of the strangest setups you could think of (one including magical balls coming out