These are some of the various kinds of food you can find in Japanese summer festivals! (*¬*) Other foods not mentioned above are corn-on-stick, yakitori (grilled chicken meat on stick), yakisoba (stir-fried soba), ikayaki (grilled squid on stick),.
A traditional Japanese meal is composed of a bowl of white rice, or ご飯（ごはん；ｇｏｈａｎ）, and some dishes, or what we call as おかず（ｏｋａｚｕ）to accompany rice dishes, and a soup; commonly prepared are みそ汁（みそしる；ｍｉｓｏｓｈｉｒｕ）. The whole meal set is then called.
Hi JapanLovers! We’re going through your tabemono requests one by one, and today we present you with a kawaii infographic about the most requested topic: MATCHA! Originating from the ancient Chinese dynasties, matcha has become very popular in Japan,.
Our むかしむかし of the day is about the tale of the Kitsune (fox). (^・ω・^ ) This is one of the oldest surviving tales about the shape-shifting fox, and it is said that this story tells where the word "Kitsune" came from.
“The Awa Dance Festival (阿波踊り / Awa Odori) is held from 12 to 15 August as part of the Obon festival in Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku in Japan. Awa Odori is the largest dance festival in Japan, attracting over million tourists every.