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Japan Culture

Japan Culture: Celebrates Four Festivals

Doll Festival

What is Doll Festival?

Doll festival is a special day for girls. A family with young daughters celebrates this day. During this celebration, the family sets up a display of special dolls which means they are wishing for their daughters’ good health and growth.

When is Doll Festival?

Doll Festival is celebrated every 3rd day of March.

Characteristics of Dolls

The dolls are placed on a stepped shelf. The Empress and Emperor should sit on the top shelf. These dolls are dressed in lovely kimono of the style worn about 1000 (one thousand) years ago in the Kyoto court.
Doll sets are often passed on from generation to generation. Peach blossoms are also celebrated together with the Doll Festival; Japanese eat special rice cakes and drink rice wine.

Hanami Festival




What is Hanami Festival?

Hanami Festival is also known as Cherry blossom viewing. This festival is one of the important annual events in Japan. It is an enjoyable spring occasion. Japanese go to the parks and put mats under the cherry blossoms to hold outside drinking parties.

When is Hanami Festival?

Hanami Festival is celebrated from March to April since during these months cherry trees bloom across Japan.

Characteristics of Hanami

cheerry bloosom

cheerry bloosom

Cherry flowers start blooming in Japan’s Southern part. To inform people the best places for enjoying the cherry blossoms, the news track “the cherry blossom front”. Moreover, good party spots become very famous at the peak of the season. Early in the morning, people line up to gain a good spot.



If you wish to visit Japan and have no much idea about the place, we are the one who can help you.
Japan is one of the most visited countries in the world.
It has the variety of natural beauties and
manmade creations that attracts most of the visitors in an inner way. Japan has unique culture that
everyone to feel amaze it cannot be compare to any other countries in the world.
If you’re going toexplore Japan, you would know and understand really about the culture, tradition and beliefs they havepreserved to generation of generation.

Japan has many options for tourist destination and food outlets. Everyone who comes to relax and enjoytruly gets satisfaction, and overwhelming feeling. Japan country is gifted of natural resources andintelligent people that contribute to tourism. Every place in Japan has unique especial rules towardseconomic development and community progress.

Japan is well organized country.
They have a strict government for equity and peace. Visitors are safe in
terrorist but pressure with rules and regulation policy in the place. There are many knowledgeable and
exciting things a waits in the country. It is known as civilized country every city is well formulated and

One of the effective laws in japan is police security interrogation towards tourist visitors.

It is advantage policy yet quietly hassles to all of the visitors in the place.

This is for the security purposes, but good
thing for visitors is they can get a copy of law for them to response immediately to the police officersand will serves as their passes.

This law is created for the security of everybody.

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Japan at Glance

Japan is situated at the Eastern Asia. The Japanese archipelago has the total number of 364,485 sq km (140,728 square miles) of land spread out over 6,852 isl ands. The four major islands are Hokkaido in the north, Kyushu of the western end of Honshu and Shikoku to the south of central Honshu.
The climate of Japan is based on seasoned; it is hot and humid in the summer with 30 degrees Celsius, mostly warm, sunny and dry in autumn and spring (except for a short pre-summer rainy season and post-summer typhoon season), and in winter mostly dry but with temperatures dropping only into single digits away from the mountains.
The estimated population of Japan based on the last count in 2013 was 127 million of which 35 million live in the Greater Tokyo area comprised of Tokyo and the neighboring prefectures of Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama. Approximately 98.5% of the population is Japanese, while the rest is made up primarily of Korean 5% and chines 4%. The Japanese was known to be the longest-living people in the world with an average life expectancy of 84.19 years (80.85 for men and 87.71 for women). Even if the population is declining, the country also claims the world’s second lowest birthrate.

The language used in Japan is Japanese. Other part of Japan used other language like Okinawa uses Ryukyuan languages, while the indigenous Ainu people of Hokkaido have the unrelated Ainu language. Japanese has three (3) writing system kanji, hiragana, and katakana. To help make the language barriers a little less daunting, a survival guide to Japanese is included on page 118 which covers useful expressions and pronunciation.

Japan is a parliamentary government with constitutional monarchy. Their current constitution is adopted in 1947 constitution. It has 242 member in house of councilors and a 450- member House of Representatives legislative branch of Japans government.

Call 119

The emergency hotline in Japan is 119, whether it’s on car accident, mobile or fire accident. Emergency hotline is always available for you. When you call the 119 hotline please do not forget to mention that you will need Kyukyuusha an ambulance and that you need a help. Do not forget to tell your specific address even if you are in a rush for them to easily response for rescue.

English is acceptable response but it is better if you use Japanese when calling the emergency hotline.
Provided with the details and location is an easy approach to deal with the rescuer.

In Japan calling on a public telephone must have to find the red button before dialing the hotline emergency number for a free charges calling.

Under the Japanese Non-Japanese registrations, it states that all foreign nationals who are staying in Japan for almost ninety (90) days must or required to complete the appropriate registration procedures.

Here is how to comply the registration form of an alien visitor in Japan:

You need to go to Japan’s city hall and ask for assistance in an assistance disk. Bring with you a passport with two (2) pictures sizes 4.5cm x3.5cm that is taken within six months ago.

Certification of an alien Registration will be granted for only just two to four weeks after the submission of the application form and within that day of releasing you should get a hard copy of you being Certified Registered in legal purposes and safety.

By picking up your certificate do not forget to bring passport for validity and personal reference to the admission office of city hall, Japan.

Always carry with you your certificate it will serve as your safety weapon anywhere you go in Japan especially in immigration.



Umeboshi was used to translate into english word as “Japanese salt plums or pickled plums. Umeboshi are pickled ume fruits that is common in Japan. Ume (prunis mume) is a species of feuit-bearing tree in the genus Prunus, which is often called as plum. Umeboshi are extremely taste of sour and salty due to high citric acid but sweeter versions exist as well. It is round in shape and vary from smooth to every wrinkled. Umeboshi is known because of it’s ability to eat their way through the plain drawn aluminum lunch boxes commonly used in the late 1960s.
Umeboshi is being dried in the sun. It is usually eaten in a small quantities with rice for added flavor, and commonly used as an ingredient in onigiri and rice balls wrapped with nori. Another usage of umeboshi is in “Ume chazuke” a dish of rice with poured in green tea topped with umeboshi.
Particularly, Umeboshi is being used as a cooking accent to enhance flavor and presentation. They may also serve as a complement of a drink with shochu and hot water.
Eating with Umeboshi is believed to be a digestive aid, prevention of mausea and for systemic toxicity including hang overs.
Aside from its delicious taste. You can get benefits from it. Indulge and enjoy unique food of taste in Umeboshi.

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Do not forget to eat YAKITORI too ?



Yakitori is a Japanese type for skwered chicken into kushi. A type of skewer typically made of steel, bamboo, or similar materials and where grilled over a charcoal fire. Before or after grilling you should put seasoning with tare sauce over the whole part of the skewered meat.

Yakitori are typically cooked using step by step methods. It can be done also at home. To facilitate cooking the meat will be cut into small, roughly uniform shapes and then skwered with kushi. After the yakitori are seasoned and cooked. Charcoal is the preferred method of cooking as it produces high heat and strong flames while giving off little to no water vapor. Allowing for the ingredients to be cooked quickly while imparting a crunch texture to the skin.

Eating with Yakitori is best accompanied with sweet or chili sauce. It has a perfect match sauce in eating yakitori the tare sauce consisting of mirin,sake, soy sauce and sugar. Other common spices include powdered cayenne pepper, shichimi, Japanese pepper, black pepper and wasabi. You can find it anywhere in Japan.

Questioning; a police checkup in Japan

IF you visit Japan and some of the police man harassing you or ask your Id you can resist them if you want. Some of the police officials in Japan are rude and judgmental. You need to be more clever and wiser when you get there. If they insist for their suspicion, show them the copy of the laws giving privilege and protection to all of the foreigners in Japan.

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Gyoza is also known as pot sticker and was originated in China where they called it jiaozi but have become very popular dish in Japan. Gyoza is a dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a dough.

There many different types of gyoza this are the:

Yaki Gyoza (pan fried) – They are pan fried in a hot skillet before a mixture of water and cornstarch is poured in and everything bis covered for s few minutes. Yaki Gyoza are typically served with the crispy bottom side up.

Sui Gyoza (boiled) – this are boiled Gyoza that are often served in a very light broth. They are much less common than yaki Gyoza and mainly found at Chinese restaurant and specialized Gyoza restaurants.

Age Gyoza (deep fried) – this are crispy deep fried and mainly found at Chinese and Gyoza specialty restaurants, but rarely encountered everywhere.
Gyoza can be found Nationwide at any ramen shops. A typical serving of gyoza consists of about half a dozen dumplings and cost is around 300 to 600 yen. It is usually eaten with a dipping sauce made at the table of equal amount of soy sauce and vinegar. It is also nice to add a little bit of chili oil.

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Sushi refered to as picled fish preserved in venegar. it was then innovated and become popular dish in japan that is serve in every occasional event.

here is some different examples of famous Sushi in Japan:

Nigiri- small rice balls with fish, shellfish on top.
Gunkan- Sushi rice and dried seaweed filled with seafood.
Norimaki- Sushi rice and seafood, rolled in dried seaweed sheets.
Temaki- Temakizushi are cones made of nori seaweed and filled with sushi rice and vegetables.
Oshizushi- pressed sushi, inwhich the fish pressed onto the sushi rice in a wooden box.
Inari- simple inexpensive f type, sushi is filled into aburaage bags.
Chirashi- seafood, mushrooms and vegetables are spread over sushi rice.

Japanese Curry Rice

chikin curry !

How to cook Curry rice
Japanese curry is one of the most popular dish in Japan. It is a home meal for everyone. It is rice topped by mixed ingredients and specific meats.
Here are some of the ingredients of making curry rice:
• 500grms meat (beef, chicken )
• 3 medium size onion
• 2/3 medium size Russell potato (500g)
• 1 medium size carrot (200g)
• 2 cloves of garlic
• 3cm ginger root
• 3cm ginger root
• 1 litre water (gyusuji boil water and fresh water)
• 1 box of Japanese curry roux
• 2-3 chicken soup cubes (optional)
How to cooked:
• Boil the meat for 5 minutes and discard the scum. Wash under running water, then transfer to a pressure cooker with green onion, few pieces of the skin of Ginger root, 1/4 cup of sake or white wine, and water to just cover. These ingredients remove any unpleasant smells. Put the lid on and set the weight. Turn on the heat to medium and cooked for 10 minutes. Adjust the time if you don’t have pressure cooker. Cooked into medium low heat for 2 hours or until it’s doll tender. Leave until the pressure is released. Chill the skim off the excess fat.
• Discard the green onions and ginger skin. Cut it into pieces and reserve a the boiled water. While cooking the Gyusuji, prepare the caramelized onions for 10 minutes.
• Prepare the vegetables. Peel and cut the carrots and Potatoes. Mince the garlic and ginger root. Put everything in the caramelized onions. Add Gyusuji boiled water and fresh water and cooked until vegetables are tender for 15 to 20 minutes.
• Turn off the heat and add the roux. The amount of curry roux is on the package. Put the lid on and let it softened for five to six minutes. (Mix 2 kind of box curry to make tastier curry).
• Turn of the heat and stir to dissolve. Simmer for about 10 minutes or until thicken evenly and it’s done. Cool and reheat before you eat.
• Ladle curry over steamed rice. You can add pickled vegetables and soft boiled egg. Its all up to your taste.
Curry will only last for two weeks in a fridge.





Ang Curry Rice ang pinaka sikat nga pag kaon sa mga Hapon.

Ang luto nga Kan-on  ga butangan ug toppings sa ibabaw ug carrot, unions ug karni sama sa manok or beef, depindi sa imong gusto na karne i butang.

lamian ug halang ang lasa sa pag kaon nga makapa baskog sa imong nag luya nga kalawasaan gikan sa tibook adlaw nga pag trabaho, kung mukaon ka ini.


Curry gi paila adtong panahon sa Meiji Era sa japan sa usa ka studyante nga nag eskwela  didto sa netherland ug iyang g published ang libro sa nasod.

Ug nahimo ang Putahig sikat sa  tibook Japan. Ug karon daghan nang mga tindahan nga nag baligya ug CURRY RICE sa nasod sa japan.


Ang curry e luto sa kalha ug inig serve pwede nang ikaw ang mag sagol sa mga ingredients niini. Ma enjoy nimo ang kalami sa pag kaon aside ani ma sustancya pa jud ug barato ra.




kung i like nimo ug i share. Soon maka kaon nkag Curry Rice 🙂




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Ramen is a noodle soup dish that was originally imported from China.

In recent decades, ramen has become one of the most known dishes in Japan. Ramen are commonly available in Japan and it is inexpensive, these factors make ,ramen ideal for budget travelers. Ramen-ya or known as Ramen restaurants can be found throughout the country and regions produced numerous varieties of this noodles.

Popular Ramen Types
Ramen are generally categorized according to their soup. The main types of soup are:
Shoyu (Soy Souce)
Shoyu ramen soup is a clear, brown broth flavored with soy sauce (shoyu). The soup is often other broth meats such as pork, fish or beef depending on the region but it is typically made of chicken broth. Shoyu ramen is the most common type of ramen and usually served in the restaurants.
Shio (salt)
Shio ramen is a light, clear broth seasoned with salt. It may be flavored with other meats but usually made from chicken broth.
Miso (Soybean Paste)
Miso ramen soup is flavored with soybean paste (miso). Soybean Paste made the soup thick and brown with rich complex flavor. The style comes from Hokkaido but it has spread anywhere in Japan.
Tonkotsu (Pork Bone)
Tonkotsu ramen is made of pork bones white broth. Pork bones have been boiled down until dissolve into cloudy white broth. The thick creamy soup is usually flavored with pork fat and chicken broth.
Ramen Noodles
Noodles is the second key aspect of ramen which are made of wheat. Ramen noodles are long and elastic and vary from thick and wavy to thin and straight. Some ramen-ya or ramen restaurants allow customers to customize the ordered noodle by letting the guest to select the thickness or doneness.

One commonly served ramen topping is Chashu. It is a fatty slices of roasted pork. Standard bowls of ramen usually has one or two slices of Chashu. Most ramen-ya also served Chashumen (chashu ramen) which is a ramen dish added with extra pieces of chashu. At some restaurants, Kakuni or braised pork belly is served as ramen topping instead of chashu.


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