Valentine’s Day is celebrated quite differently in Japan.
Sensoji Temple in Asakusa transforms under a delicate blanket of snow, a serene reminder of the ‘Sankan Shion’ dance between winter’s chill and the promise of spring.
As we welcome Risshun, the first day of spring in the Japanese twenty-four seasonal division calendar, we're greeted by the serene blooming of the wintersweet. This post explores the symbolic...
A cozy journey through matcha's world, from traditional Japanese tea ceremonies to your favorite matcha treats.
Ever heard of 三寒四温 (Sankan Shion)? It’s Japan’s unique spring rhythm, where cold days meet warm beginnings. This concept is not just a weather pattern; it’s a poetic symbol of...
The Japanese Daruma doll is a traditional item that helps people stay motivated to reach their goals.
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