Aquico

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!”

Articles

Bon-odori
2015.08.12
Join the Locals and Dance Bon Odori
Bon-odori can be seen everywhere during summer! Learn more about this tradition and where to see the 3 greatest bon dances festivals.
2015.08.10
The Japanese Tradition of Visiting the Ancestors' Graves during 'Obon'
'Hakai-mairi', or 'visiting the grave' is one of the familial important events during summer. Here is how Japanese people pay their respects to their
2015.08.03
Nokogiri-yama and its colossal colossal Buddha statue
Let’s take a train from Tokyo! Mt. Nokogiri-yama in Chiba Prefecture is one of the most natural places you can find within an easy day trip from Toky
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Okonomiyaki Hatsuse
2015.07.29
An “Okonomiyaki Pro” will teach you how to cook Okonomiyaki at ‘Hatsuse’restaurant.
A Fun and tasty experience with your family and friends! “okonomiyaki”is one of the foods I want you to try if you are travelling to Osaka. Its sou
2015.07.27
The locally managed fireworks festival “Naniwa Yodogawa Firework Festival,”in Osaka.【MOVIE】
Fireworks are a Japanese tradition. The rainy season in Japan is finally over and we are now entering the real summer! Fireworks festivals are held a
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2015.07.22
There is so much to see on the longest shopping street in Japan! “Tenjinbashi-suji-shotengai”
Let’s stroll down the 2.6km long shopping street from north to south! The “tenjinbashi-suji-shotengai”shopping street is the longest shopping street
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2015.07.21
We went to the ‘real’ market in Osaka,“Kuromon Ichiba” , or Osaka’s kitchen!
Take a look around this market where professional traders come! “Kuromon Ichiba”is famously known among people in Osaka. It’s commonly called “Osak
rainy-season
2015.05.25
Rainy season in Japan
The Japanese rainy season usually starts in June and lasts for about a month. Let's get ready to fight the rain!
2015.03.18
A Family of Fingers! What do you call each finger of the hand in Japanese?
The Names in Japanese Originate from Size or Usage Sorry for the sudden question, but what is each finger of the hand called in your country? In
2015.03.10
Only in Japan! Let's go to ”Kanazawa station”, voted one of the World's most beautiful stations.
This beautiful station is drawing attention from around the world. After the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train), Kanazawa is bustl
2015.03.05
"White Day," an Event for Couples Made in Japan?!
Returning the favors of Valentine’s Day We introduced what Valentine's Day is like in Japan in our last article. One month later comes March 14th
2015.03.03
Crab, Yellowtail, and Many More Winter Delicacies at Kanazawa's Kitchen, the ”Omicho Market!”
Let's Go to Kanazawa, Closer Than Ever With the New Shinkansen Line! On March 14th, 2015, the Hokuriku Shinkansen Line will finally be open to th
2015.03.02
Let's go to Japan's southernmost Island Hateruma. It’s where the beautiful “Hateruma blue”sparkles!
Nishihama Beach, the greatest attraction on Hateruma Island Look at the blue sky, white sand, and sparkling emerald green sea with all of its bre
2015.02.28
From mother to daughter. "Hina no Tsurushi Kazari" is decoratively stringing up handmade dolls to wish for a daughter’s health and happiness.
Those who are not wealthy also wish for the healthy development of their daughters. The ancient tradition of "Hina no Tsurushi Kazari" originated