Category Archives: JAPANESE EVENTS

The Russian who lives in Japan support by selling Ukrainian foods

According to News Web Easy, Russia has been attacking Ukraine. The Russian woman and her Japanese husband , who live in Minami Awaji City, Hyogo, are donating a part of their sales to Ukrainian people who escaped from Ukraine. Two … Continue reading

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TOP 5 For Sakura (Cherry-Blossom) Viewing, Hanami (花見)2022

Hanami (花見) The spring has come this year too wherever you are! I love Spring with two reasons. First, all things such as buts, sprouts, flowers and birds are awaken from long cold Winter and become active, the sign of … Continue reading

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The restaurant where robots prepare meals is opened in Tokyo

According to News Web Easy, on 20th a restaurant where 7 robots works was opened. The restaurant is next to the Haneda Airport and anyone can use it. When a customer selects meals by a smart phone, a robot goes … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Dokoka de Haru ga] “The Spring is somewhere” (どこかで春が) 

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JR East Japan Railway – Hide Russian Language Guide but Put Them Back After Being Criticized as discrimination

According to News Web Easy, JR East Japan Railway Company has been hiding Russian guide on the signboard which are located at Ebisu station, Tokyo with a paper since 7th of this month. On the signboard such as 「Roppongi」「Nagamegura」were written … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Hana] “The Flowers” (花) 

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The Character for「Osaka Kansai Expo」decided

According to News Web Easy, there will be Osaka Kansai Expo in 2025. The Expo is a big event where countries around world will introduce the cultures and the technologies and many people will gather from world. The character used … Continue reading

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NGO「The important things when you talk about wars with children」

According to News Web Easy, there might be children who are feeling scary after watching the news about Russia has attacked Ukraine. NGO, Save the Children Japan has introduced the five important things when we talk about wars with children … Continue reading

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A Hinamatsuri (ひなまつり)

My Hina Dolls. Today is a Gil’s day. It is a Hinamatsuri. The day displays Hina Dolls at a home and celebrate a birth of a girl in a family. I took my prince and princess dolls from Japan to … Continue reading

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「The Japanese Sword missing for over 70 years」Was In Australia

There was a national treasure Japanese sward at a shrine called [Kagoshima Jingu] in Kagoshima. However, in 1945, after the Second World War ended, it went missing and could not find it. This sword was found in Australia. The person … Continue reading

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「Please use AED to help person whose heart has stopped」

According to NHK news web easy, ADE is a device to make a heart to re-establish with an electricity when someone’s heart has stopped and collapsed. Anyone who is not even a doctor is able to use it as well. In … Continue reading

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The Primary School In Nagano Pref Has the Skating Lessons at The Paddy Field

According to NHK news web easy, the primary school in Komoro City in Nagano, is giving the lessons of how to grow rice at the paddy field. In winters, the neighbors and the school put water in a paddy field … Continue reading

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The Eruption in Tonga. Kochi Pref that Interacted with The Rugby fund-raising

According to NHK news web easy, on 15th, the volcano erupted in Tonga. Due to the difficulty in contacting abroad by internet and telephones what damages have occurred is unknown. Kochi prefecture has decided to raise the fund in order … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Ringo no hitorigoto] “The Apple’s Soliloquy” (りんごの独り言) 

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8 Traditional Japanese New Year’s Playings & Games

During new year’s holiday Japanese might play particular things and play an traditional games with families and friends. Today I introduce 8 interesting Japanese new year’s plays and games. 1. Hanetsuki (羽根つき) – a traditional Japanese badminton-like  The typical traditional … Continue reading

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A Japanese Event/Festival in January – Sagicho 「左義長」

Sagicho 「左義長」- A Fire Festival In my previous blog I was talking about the Japanese new year’s decorations and has mentioned how to dispose them. A fire festival called “Sagicho”「左義長(さぎちょう)」 is an event held on 7th or 15th of January … Continue reading

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North Korea launches a potential missile, Drops at the Sea of Japan

From the NHK Net News Web Easy, according to the Ministry of Defense, 8 am on 5th, North Korea launched the potential missile towards the east. The Ministry of Defense thinks that if the missile which is similar to the … Continue reading

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Japanese New Year’s decoration (Oshogatsu no Kazari/お正月の飾り)

Hope you all had a lovely Christmas and a new year. And you all must have taken the Christmas decorations down by now. I want to tell you about the Japanese new year’s decoration today. Three typical items There are … Continue reading

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022 (kingashinnen/きんがしんねん・謹賀新年)

I just want to say big thank you to all wordpress bloggers to visit my blogs. And wishing you all good health and happiness. The year 2022 may brings you all better prosperity!! Hope you had a lovely new year’s … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Osho-gatsu] “A New Year” (お正月) 

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