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The spirit of the tea ceremony. part 1

Life is closely related to the Japanese tea. One example 茶 の 湯 cha no yu (tea ceremony), representing the Japanese traditional culture.  Read more 




Making one fold after another and watching the paper become a three-dimensional form is more than just a pastime—it is a way to get in touch with elements of Japan's culture and sense of beauty, passed down from one generation to the next. Origami, so easy to learn, is a world full of surprises. Read more 



 Japanese Culture in the Kitchen

"Menchi Katsu"

Menchi katsu is minced beef or pork mixed well with onion, deep fried in a coating of breadcrumbs. The word menchi comes from the English word "mince"  Read more