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Alenaさん: JAPONISMY
ハンドル名Alena さん
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サイト紹介文カナダ在住の学生兼主婦が、ひたすら英語のみで「日本」を紹介します。
自由文外国人から質問されたことを中心に、全編英語・北米から見た日本視点にて日本についての紹介を書いています。ところどころ文や表現がおかしいところもあるかと思いますが、英語学習者ということで大目に見ていただけると幸いです☆あわよくば外国の方にも見ていただけたら・・・♪
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  • Japanese Skin Care Tips
  • If you are reading this, perhaps you are a cosmetics enthusiast who've a finely tuned, cautiously researched skincare routine
    . Mask - Only when in the mood or skin needs extra help. Chizu Saeki, 68 this year, is Japan's renowned skincare guru and she
    's never had any cosmetics procedures done. Her first English book, The Japanese Skincare Revolution, has caused a stir in th
    e Western Hemisphere with [続きを読む]
  • Japanese hair scissors
  • Japan has infused its popular culture into many counties. In latest times, Culture of Japan has spread into people's lifestyl
    e in America. Many Japanese cultural products have discovered their place in the American market. One more remarkably popular item
    launched to America is the hair scissors. Professional Hairdressing Hair Scissors shears THINNER SET 6.0" JAPANESE STEEL [
    並行輸入品]The hair sc [続きを読む]
  • Why are Japanese people living so long?
  • Why are Japanese people living so long?In compliance with the World Health Organisation Japanese ladies possess a life span of 87
    - the highest on the planet, while male life span is inside the top ten globally, prior to the US and UK. Why is this? A 2016 stud
    y in the British Medical Journal found that Japanese adults who followed Governmental counseling regarding food intake had lower r
    ate of mor [続きを読む]
  • Japanese Teapot, kyusu
  • A kyusu is your Japanese teapot used for drinking Japanese green tea extract. The most typical type of kyusu has your handle on th
    e side, although it could possess a handle on the top, or on the back. It is typical for somebody to use the term kyusu to refer s
    imply to your teapot designed for sencha, and utilize more specific conditions for teapots designed for other teas. A typical size
    is about [続きを読む]
  • Kyoto
  • Kyoto is certainly the most conventional Japanese city. It'd been the capital of the nation for over a millennium, so it&apos
    ;s not astonishing that Kyoto had sustained several conventions of Culture of Japan.Lonely Planet Kyoto (Travel Guide)It is an ext
    remely important city from the perspective of history along with from cultural and touristic views: Kyoto is visited by numerous p
    eople every year. [続きを読む]
  • Japanese Otaku
  • Choose the word Otaku, which is initially a polite manner of saying You. Tokyo Geek's Guide: Manga, Anime, Gaming, Cosplay, T
    oys, Idols & More - The Ultimate Guide to Japan's Otaku CultureIt so polite that overusing it may make an individual sound ju
    st perhaps a little wishy washy, giving the impression he isn't extremely comfortable with interpersonal relationships usuall
    y. Clearly, if some [続きを読む]
  • Bento Lunch Box
  • Bento Boxes take the concept of sauced lunches to a whole new level. The Just Bento Cookbook: Everyday Lunches to GoOriginating fr
    om Japan, these mutl compartmental lunch containers are typically utilized as portioned take out meal boxes for the Japanese Cuisi
    ne. In latest years they've accumulated huge popularity in U.S. Marketplaces primarily for their comfort in portioning, stori
    ng and carryi [続きを読む]
  • The Kabuki-za Theater
  • The Kabuki-za Theater is in eastern Ginza, a fashionable part of Tokyo known for its high end stores.Kabuki a Pocket GuideA theatr
    e for the traditional Japanese performing art of kabuki, the Japanese style building is portrayed by its impressive roof and is re
    corded As a tangible cultural asset. It's been decided that the theatre will be rebuilt because it is getting old - a brand n
    ew theatre an [続きを読む]
  • Zen Buddhism
  • Zen Buddhism is an essential part of Culture of Japan and social life right now, in spite to the fact present day Japanese individ
    uals are not very religious.It is one case of how religious doctrines are not constantly about dogmas, rites and fanaticism, and h
    ow rather, they can and may become part of tract of one's life and being. Even in the current globalized society, if there ar
    e one develop [続きを読む]
  • Ancient Japanese Culture
  • For centuries, tatami mats happen to be a standard furnishing in houses through Asia, plus they've increasingly made their wa
    y to the dcor of Western living spaces.Several things may have changed through the years, such as the tatami mat size as well as t
    he manner Japanese mats are utilized, but the overall impact of this early Japanese floor covering has stayed the same. Through th
    e years, tata [続きを読む]
  • The attitudes and behaviors of Japanese consumers are changing radically
  • The attitudes and behaviors of Japanese consumers are changing radically, presenting opportunities and challenges for firms in the
    world's second biggest retail marketplace.After decades of behaving otherwise, Japanese consumers unexpectedly look much lik
    e their counterparts in Europe as well as the US. Observed for their readiness to purchase quality and convenience and generally u
    ninterested i [続きを読む]
  • Three different Types Generally bowing in general in Japan
  • If you are totally confused about when to arc in Japan, this fast crash course guide and video will give you a notion of when as w
    ell as how to use these bowing techniques.It's great to note that the Japanese don't expect visitors to bow and actually
    comprehend the nuances of this social custom, so for all those who're visiting do not perspiration it, but I nevertheless su
    ggest do as the Japanes [続きを読む]
  • Toilets became symbolic of Japanese cultural norms
  • Awestruck visitors are amazed, confused or simply choose to ensconce themselves for some time on toilets that are greater like por
    celain thrones within an exotic spa.Walk to the most modest of public benefits and you're prone to look for a seat with a con
    trol panel which offers a 3 speed bidet hose, a hot seat in winter season and water with temperature to fit. Take in one of the mo
    st recent upm [続きを読む]
  • Education in Japan
  • So long as there happen to be international comparisons of national pupil achievement, Japan has placed in or near the top.The tea
    ms of Japanese directors who went to the Western capitals can happen to be the first global educational benchmarkers. They borrowe
    d thoughts from England, Germany, France as well as the US and fused them to the design of the whole new schooling system for Japa
    n, great [続きを読む]
  • Japanese Ninja
  • It's testimonial to the ninja that Japan 1964 Olympic team significantly contemplated using a number of ninjutsu training tec
    hniques.Masaaki Hatsumi, among Japan's few remaining ninja professionals, describes the ninja of old as the ideal all around
    sportsmen of their day - specialist in running, jumping, swimming, climbing walls, cross country hiking, throwing, etc. Clearly, t
    he ninja excelled [続きを読む]
  • Japanese Style Bathing
  • Among the reasons that Japanese tubs are popular is the water in them is seldom changed.It's since the real Becoming clean pa
    rt of washing with a Japanese tub occurs outside the tub completely. The specific washing done by the bather is performed in anoth
    er area and once he steps to the tub he's already clean. Which implies that the water in these baths doesn't need to be
    changed as frequently a [続きを読む]
  • Eating habits in Japan
  • For no people on earth could it be more accurate than the Japanese, when you say, you're what you eat.The Japanese are, by al
    l accounts, the individuals with the least obesity problem, the greatest durability speed, and best health record. Rice is the pri
    mary carb food in Japan, consumed with each meal. The real foundation of the Japanese diet is not rice, but fish, have at more tha
    n 70 kilos pe [続きを読む]
  • Japanese Soy
  • Inside the world of soybean sauce, there is a lot of variation.Soy sauce is a fluid made from soybeans, wheat, water and salt. Bro
    adly speaking, it falls into two camps: normally prepared or fermented, and chemically produced. Naturally brewed soybean sauce is
    fermented for months or more. The best soybean sauce is in fact 2 years or older, Young said. Chemical or non brewed soybean sauc
    e is pro [続きを読む]