While geography is not destiny; the fact that Japan is located on islands on the outermost edge of Asia has had a profound influence on Japan’s history. Just closeenough to mainstream Asia, yet far enough to keep itself separate, much of Japanese history has been the alternation of periods of closure and openness. Until recently.
1) WEDDING CEREMONY.Traditional Japanese weddings based on the Shinto religion are major occasion with wearing of the Japanese Kimono including the weeding Kimono.
Kimono is a traditional form of clothing worn byJapanese women and men. There are many different Kimono styles. We detail all the different forms here.
Japanese Calligraphy is based upon Chinese calligraphy, but has a long and distinct historyand style of its own.
2) NEW YEAR TRADITION.
In Japan people give some gift in a lot of occasion. Oselbo is the most common issue as a year-end gift. They give it to their superiors,customers and teachers to express appreciation for the special services they have extended to them. Picture Asakusa Temple.
For single women in Japan it is really crucial to have someone tospend Christmas Eve with. It is also really important for them where they spend Christmas eve and what present they receive. The whole evening must be very special, gorgeous and romantic. Japanesewomen who have a boy friend tend to show off, so women who don’t are not happy to talk about topic.
Japanese Language: Japanese (nihongo) is spoken in Japan, and essentially nowhere else. TheJapanese language is distinct from Chinese and Korean, although the written form uses Chinese characters, and is not known to be related to any other language.
Basic Japanese Phrases: Here aresomeone Japanese phrases that you could find very helpful on your travels to Japan.
These are very easy to learn basic Japanese phrases. For a more detailed list of Japanese phrases see our:...