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Aquico

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“My dream is that Tadaima Japan will make more people want to come to Japan. I want to introduce the beautiful Japan in which I was born. I like fingernail art!”

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Events for the second half of December
2016.12.07
We wish you a happy new year! “Events for the second half of December”.
Thurs, 15 to Sun, 18 December(2016): Kasuga Wakamiya On-matsuri in Nara city, Nara This festival has a history of 800 years. Kasuga Taisha Shrine i
Customs for February
2016.01.28
【WINTER】Japanese Customs for February
Wed, 3rd February: Setsubun Setsubun is a day that marks the changing of the seasons, and especially marks the day before Risshun, the day when spr
Events for the second half of February
2016.01.27
【SPRING】Enjoy spring flowers and a snow festival! Events for the second half of February 2016
Wed, 10th February to Thurs, 10th March: The 26th Annual Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival in Kawazu city, Shizuoka Prefecture Cherry blossoms in Kawa
Events for February
2016.01.14
【WINTER】Festivals before spring! Events for early February.
Wed, 3rd February: Honjo-ji Temple’s Oni Dance in Sanjo city, Niigata Prefecture The 3rd of February is a day called “Setsubun”, and is the start o
Customs for January
2015.12.30
【WINTER】Japanese Customs for January: Happy New Year!
1st January to 7th January, The first visit to a shrine Hatsumode, or the first visit to a shrine, is a custom for new year in Japan. We wish for s
Events for the second half of January
2015.12.23
【WINTER】 Events for the second half of January
Friday, January 15th: The “throwing of the groom”, or “Mukonage” in Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture Every winter, a ritual called Mukonage is held in
winter solstice
2015.12.17
【WINTER】Keep your body warm during the winter solstice
Winter solstice is a day when sun the is reborn. The 22nd of December is the winter solstice. It is the shortest day of the year in Japan, and aft
Customs for December
2015.11.28
【WINTER】Japanese Customs for December
We refer to December as “Shiwasu”. In Japan, we usually ‘tie up loose ends’ in the old year to have a more refreshing New Year. We visit people who
Shichi-go-san
2015.11.09
A festival to wish for the growth of children ages three, five, and seven. “Shichi-go-san”
It’s a day to celebrate children’s growth. You might see children dressed in Kimono during the sunny days of November. Their parents, grandparents,
Events for early December
2015.11.05
Events for early December - The Best 3 Recommended Local Festivals.
Fri, 2 to Sat 3 December: Chichibu Night Festival in Chichibu city, Saitama Prefecture Chichibu Night Festival, or Chichibu Yomatsuri is an annual
Customs for November
2015.10.30
【AUTUMN】Customs for November
Friday,3 November: Culture Day This is a national holiday designated as a day to celebrate the proclamation of the Constitution of Japan in 1946. I
2015.10.26
【AUTUMN】Our recommended route for a day trip to Kyoto’s Mt. Arashiyama, famous for its autumn foliage!(MOVIE)
https://youtu.be/juHczgHZttM We’ll show you the colors of autumn, Japan’s most beautiful season. Following the “Higashiyama Collection”, We’ll intro
Events for the second half of November
2015.10.23
【AUTUMN】Events for the second half of November
Saturday the 14th of November: Taimatsu Akashi in Sukagawa city, Fukushima Prefecture It’s one of the three largest fire festivals in Japan with 42
Autumn foliage in Higashiyama
2015.10.22
【AUTUMN】Enjoy Kyoto's autumn foliage in a day! "Mt.Higashiyama"
https://youtu.be/kqGnQzHofcI A: First up is Tofuku-ji, the most famous location for autumn leaves in Kyoto Tofuku-ji was built in the year 1236 an
Kakumanbuchi
2015.10.11
【AUTUMN】Gunma prefecture: “Kakumanbuchi” has beautiful scenery filled with trees and a marsh in its mountain area.
Enjoy the autumn foliage in a small marshland. This small marshland, Kakumanbuchi is located at Mt. Akagi (elev. 1360-meters) in Gunma Prefecture.