Category Archives: JAPANESE LIFE

A Evacuated Ukrainian Female – The Diary written in Japanese Became A Book

According to News Web Easy, a seventeen years old Ukrainian came to Japan alone in order to evacuate from the Russian attack this April. Zurata , who has been studying Japanese since 4 years ago, was writing her diary in … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “くらげのしっぱい・A Failure of A Jellyfish “

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [ Umi] “The Sea” (海) 

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “くらげのしっぱい・A Failure of A Jellyfish “

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Enoshima, Shounan, Kanagawa, JAPAN

My trip to Enoshima took a place in 2018. Less than 2 hours from Tokyo we can get a lovely coast called Shonan. Enoshima is a small island off the Shōnan coast of Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture. The Enoshima Station is … Continue reading

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Took a Video of A Deep Sea Fish 「A Oarfish/Ryugu no Tsukai」

According to News Web Easy, on 29th July, men who were swimming at the sea at Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi found a long big oarfish. This fish lives at the deep sea but was swimming at the shallow areas. One week … Continue reading

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Vegetables Grown Too Big Due to Heatwave Are To Sell Instead of Throwing Away

According to News Web Easy, The hot days have been continuing. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries there are some vegetables grow bigger than normal sizes due to hot weather. They are perfectly fine to eat but … Continue reading

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A transsexual boxer who became man from a woman 「I want to be professional.」

According to News Web Easy, Go Shindo, a boxer, used to be a female champion of WBC (World Boxing Council). After he stopped boxing in 2017, she undergone the surgery to become a man. Last year he started practicing to … Continue reading

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「Aomori Nebuta Festival」Begins from 2nd August After Two years cancellations

According to News Web Easy, 「Amomori Nebuta Matsuri」is famous summer festival at Tohoku. Two years ago and last year were cancelled due to Covit-19. This year is due to start from 2nd August until 7th August. 「Mebuta」is a big lantern … Continue reading

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A Chinese man who created a manga pirate site penalized

According to News Web Easy, 「A pirate site」where manga and anime can be uploaded without a permission has been an issue. 「Manga Bank」is a pirate site which can be seen in Japan and got 10 million accesses in a past … Continue reading

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Japanese Event – A Star Festival (Tanabata)

7th July Thursday 2022, today is a star festival in Japan. It is called Tanabata (七夕). If anyone does not know what is Tanabata please refer to my last year’s blog which I explained many things about Tanabata. Please click … Continue reading

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The Cheapest bending Machine in Osaka -10 yen per bottle

According to News Web Easy, the prices of products are increasing, however, there is a bending machine that we can get a drink at 10 yen from in Osaka. Instead of drinks’ images cats’ images are printed on the bending … Continue reading

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Summer solstice (夏至/Geshi)

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 What is Geshi? Today is the day which has the longest hour from the sunrise till the sunset in the Northern Hemisphere (Kitahankyu・北半球). The position of the sun reaches the highest. After this day a daytime is … Continue reading

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Bears living near a town increased, Kanazaza city searches

According to News Web Easy, recently there has been an increase of bears coming to the areas where people living. Kanazawa City asked an expert at Ishikawa Prefectural University to search where bears are living at a mountain from July … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “丹後の国のたんよむ・Tanyomu in Tango Province “

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Foreigners come to Japan for a Trip – Shops at Asakusa Prepare

According to News Web Easy, foreigners who can enter Japan has been increased to 20, 000 people per day from 1st June 2022. Foreigners will be able to travel with tour guides from 10th June 2022. A souvenir shop at … Continue reading

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Maneki Neko – Beckoning cat in Tokoname

Do you know a Maneki Neko The cat brings luck. Can you see the character like 福 (fuku) means luck/fortunate. This massive beckoning cat must bring us massive luck!

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A London Bus In Tokoname Japan

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “丹後の国のたんよむ・Tanyomu in Tango Province “

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The Ukrainian Hairdresser Came to Japan 「Hoping to be able to work」

According to News Web Easy, Japanese government is allowing Ukrainians,who sought refuge in Japan, to work for a year in Japan. Marina who came to Japan last month used to work as a hairdresser for 20 years in  Kyiv, Ukraine. … Continue reading

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