Category Archives: JAPANESE EVENTS

A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Aka Tonbo] “A Red Dragonfly” (あかとんぼ) 

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Around Lake Chuzenji, Nikko, Tochigi, is lit up for the Night View

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, around the Lake Chuzenji, Nikko, Tochigi has been lit up for an enjoyable beautiful night view in order to attract many tourists for sightseeing after the autumn leaves season gone. At the famous … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in November – Shichi-go-san (七・五・三)

It is already November! Time flies. The season of the autumn leaves. Christmas is just round the corner. There are many events held in November in Japan. For instance, 3rd of November was a cultural day. However today I would … Continue reading

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Matsuda, A Car Stops Automatically When A Drive Feels unwell

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, [ Matsuda], an automobile company made a system for which makes a car stop automatically and safely when a driver suddenly become unwell. An camera checks a driver’s eyes’ movement. When the camera … Continue reading

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Three Days Quarantines Period for Business Passengers Who Enter Japan

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, the Japanese government has been requiring for all passengers who arrived and entered to Japan to do 14 days quarantines period at either hotels or their homes in order to prevent from spreading … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in October – Supotsu no hi (スポーツの日)/ Sports Day

Nowadays there are many events held in October in Japan. One of the a well-known events since I was a child is called Spotsu no hi currently names. (スポーツの日). Former name was Taiiku no hi (体育の日)and it was 10th of October … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Momiji] “Autumn Leaves” (もみじ・紅葉) 

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Enjoy The Halloween at 「The Virtual Shibuya 」This Year

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, The Tokyo Shibuya Ward Tourism Association is to hold the Halloween event at [Vitural Shibuya] on internet from 16th October till 31st October this year again. [Vitural Shibuya] is enjoyable by uploading an … Continue reading

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AUTUMN Words 秋の言葉 (あきのことば)

Konnichiwa Just few weeks ago, we had a Indian summer but definitely the autumn has arrived. The air is cooler and my sun flowers are ending their life. The Japanese always say “Autumn is the best season for eating and … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [A Rabbit] “Usagi” (うさぎ・兎) 

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A Japanese Event in September – Tukimi (Jyugoya)/ moon viewing

It has been Indian Summer here in UK however it feels that the autumn has already arrived. According to a calendar it is the autumn season. This time I introduce one of Japanese events in September. It is called Tukimi … Continue reading

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63% Of Tohoku people 「The Tokyo Olympic was not supportive of the recovery」

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, The Tokyo Olympic had a theme of [recovery] to encourage people and support cities where were damaged by the Great East Japan earthquake 10 years ago. NHK took an questionnaire over the internet from … Continue reading

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The Center Fixes Wheelchairs Is To Be Set up At Paralympic Village

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, The Tokyo Paralympic begins on 24th. About 4,400 athletes from approximately 160 countries and areas are participating it. Many athletes stay at the Paralympic Village at Chuo ku, Tokyo. Inside the Paralympic Village, … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in August – A Japanese Summer Festival Obon [夏祭り/おぼん]

What is the Summer Festival・Obon? Obon (おぼん)is a Buddhist festival celebrating the return of the spirits of one’s ancestors. Toro (とうろう) lanterns are lit to welcome the ancestors back to the house. Having said that some religions does not do … Continue reading

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The 6 Olympic Athletes Who Did Not Follow the Rules Not Participate

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, There are rules to follows at The Tokyo Olympic in order to prevent from spreading the corona virus. On 1st of August, the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee has made ID cards of six … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in July – The Star Festival – Tanabata (七夕・たなばた)

Japan is an country of many events. Today is the Star Festival – Tanabata. A table of contents What is The Star Festival (Tanabata 七夕)? History of Tanabata The origin of Tanabata decorations(七夕飾り) 5 colors of Tanzaku (短冊) and the … Continue reading

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TOKYO OLYMPIC 2020 – An Australian Team Arrive in Japan

According to NHK Net News Easy, an Australian team of about 30 softball players arrived in Japan on 1st June due to starting a training camp. It was the first foreigner Olympic team to come to Japan. After having a … Continue reading

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[2021 Latest] Top 10 Popular Japanese Garden

The website rprt.jp has selected Top 10 Popular Japanese Garden 2021. I will introduce those most popular Japanese Gardens below; 1.Ashikaga Flower Park あしかがフラワーパーク 〒329-4216栃木県足利市迫間町607. 607 Hasama Cho, Ashikaga City, Tochigi Pref 329-4216 Tel: +81-284-91-4939. The website indicates as ” … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 “KOINOBORI” “Carp Steamer”(こいのぼり) And “SEI KURABE” (せいくらべ) “Height Comparison”

Introducing two songs for Children’s Day. Continue reading

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A Japanese Event in May – The Children’s Day (子供の日)

Compare to other countries, the Japan has many national holidays. As you may know Japan is at so called [Golden Week] holiday right now. It has started 29th of April this year and this long holiday will end 5th May … Continue reading

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