Life in Japan: Extraordinary things to get into while in Japan

Knowledge about Life in Japan

Learn about the Japanese Culture

Learn about Japan and what they offer

 

With what I know and learned about Japan, they have a diverse culture. Different style of food, music, and traditions. It is good to learn different cultures to know about people backgrounds. You have to understand people culture so you can have some kind of idea of how people think or why they do certain stuff. In this page, many countries and what makes them different will be talked about so come get your daily dose of the world around you. Knowing the world you live in and what’s around the globe.

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Japan has a different type of cuisine scene. I mean, I am hearing food I haven’t heard of; but I would like to try some of them. The island nation is what Japan is with their seafood like Sushi with vegetables. Some food you might not want to know and some you might but its good to know about other culture food. Be well grounded in every area you can learn from. Now, Tuna eyeball ate and sold in Japan. It is what it sounds like and you can cook it as you like, I guess. Shiokara, which is well squid fermented in its own gut; I mean, I heard it is salted but it does look good. But, after I know what it was, I don’t know. Yet you have to respect it. Wasp Crackers, another one of Japanese food not many know about because it’s different. That is a meal. Looks interesting. Respect other culture foods. Soba is noodles looks good with some sauce on the side. Every culture has their niche of food and these are some of Japan foods.

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Didn’t know about Japanese liking Karaoke and Pop music as a form of music; at least the younger generation in Japan. Kayo-kyoku is the mainstream pop genre of Japan and said to be the base of the modern J-pop. Most Kayo-kyoku singers use the traditional Japanese pronunciations instead of the stylized English pronunciations. Oh yeah! Rock music. Japanese rock music to be exact, just ask the Japanese band, Happy End, how much Japanese love Japanese rock music. They are well known in Japan. I listened to their songs. They are good. I might not know what they are saying, but if you know about music you can tell good music when you hear it. You know a song good when you’re nodding your head. They have a different flow to their music.

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Japanese traditions like Aomori Nebuta and the Cherry Blossom Festivals are some of them. So, if you like to travel well this is a good tourist spot. Good traditions to see. Aomori Nebuta Festival, a Japanese festival in early August in Aomori City in Japan. Aomori Nebuta Festival is a display of virtuoso artwork of illustrious ancient and fictional Japanese personality. The Cherry Blossom Festivals or Hanami is similar to a picnic party where you eat and drink it is held in the springtime all around Japan. It is a Cherry Blossom scenery. It is like a party from what I have seen. People enjoying themselves. Cherry Blossom Festival is around April 23-May 5 of the year.They do Cherry Blossom Festival in the USA Washington DC, to be exact. Why is there..well, back in the day (LOL) in the 1900’s. Japan and the USA use the Cherry Blossom tree as a sign of friendship between the two different countries. The Cherry Blossom has a lovely view to watch it is so peaceful.

Learn a lot about Japan and more to come from other countries and I know some of you learn something you didn’t know before including myself. Learning something new.

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11 thoughts on “Life in Japan: Extraordinary things to get into while in Japan

  1. I wanna visit someday!! ♡♡♡

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  2. i feel the beauty of a place is in its diverse culture, food, language..etc..it makes it more interesting to explore when visiting…A cherry blossom festival sounds like fun…i imagine great bonding time and lots of pictures

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  3. Japan is definitely on my to-visit list – so much fascinating culture, and I agree with you that even though some dishes may sound super unappealing, it’s good to respect their culture and who knows? You might even come to like it 😉

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  4. Brainy, you are amazing! This is so informative and beautifully written and the image is spectacular.

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