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[First Bloom: Apr 4] *Updated Feb 16
Although Hanami literally means flower viewing, we mainly use the term for viewing the Sakura cherry blossoms, somewhat of a springtime custom in Japan. It’ll blow your mind when you see the cherry ...

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[Komatsu City]
To me, what makes Komatsu special is that, once in the city, you can have easy access to many experiences as soon as you leave from Komatsu Station. The West exit is the gate of traditional ...

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[Kanazawa City]
Once upon a time, girls made their own handballs to play with. More once upon a time, boys played football with a ball made of deerskin. These are the history of traditional ballgames. In the ...

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When you travel to other cities, you definitely expect to find a local food that can only be eaten in the region, right? Well, let me introduce some local dishes in order for you not to be at a loss in the restaurant. Kaga-ryori is an original cuisine which utilizes seafood, vegetables, and ingredients from the local ...

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May. 3-5, 2017
The beginnings of the Seihakusai festival are not clear; some say it has been around since 981, others believe it started the end of the Muromachi period (1336-1573). The festival was originally held on the day of the monkey, April in the Chinese calendar. Why the monkey? It’s from folklore, one that ...

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How many types of Japanese porcelain do you know of? Imari-Yaki, made in Saga? Bizen-Yaki, from Okayama? Kyo-Yaki, originating in Kyoto? We have so many, so you can’t expect me to count them all! ...

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[Kanazawa]
We have all marveled at them, sensed their elegant nature and perhaps even touched one. I was lucky enough to have the ...

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Two religions believed at the same time. Is that taboo, or liberal? It’s funny how most Japanese people are born as a Shintoist, yet die as a Buddhist. About a month after birth (31 or 32 days for boys / 32 or 33 days for girls) the family takes the baby to a Shinto shrine to express their gratitude to the...

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[Kanazawa] April 29
Kneeling or sitting on our comfortable cushions lined up against the red and blue painted walls of the large Japanese-style room, gazing hungrily at the gorgeously prepared meal ...

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[Kaga City]
Ishikawa prefecture boasts three regions well-known for lacquerware. But are they all the same? Of course not! Each region’s wares have different features due to their unique histories. Wajima city is famous worldwide for its fine lacquering process, Kanazawa ...

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[Kanazawa]
A Kanazawa City Ordinance has prohibited “smoking on the street” which includes smoking while walking on sidewalks, while standing along the street, or while riding a bicycle, moped, or motorcycle. This regulation was established with the aim of preventing harm, including ...

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