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Zenkoji And The Key To Paradise
Would you like to gain enlightenment and be granted salvation, Buddhist-style? You can achieve these fairly easily at a certain temple in central Japan. Find out how and where in this weekï¿½s article!
There exist shrines and temples in Japan with some rather interesting motifs - like one that has a host of ways to tell your fortune, or another containing a key to paradise. Now, are you ready to read about a shrine that houses holy boobs?
Traditional Japanese New Year Period Food
What kind of special dishes do the food-loving Japanese people eat at around the New Year period? Find out in this week's mouth-watering issue!
Toei Uzumasa Eigamura – Toei Kyoto Studio Park
Kyoto is well-known for its many shrines, temples and rich history. One particular tourist attraction in Kyoto that does not involve shrines and temples is Toei Uzumasa Eigamura, known as Toei Kyoto Studio Park in English.
The Price Of Providing Excellent Customer Service
The Japanese are renowned for their high quality of customer service. From airports to supermarkets, employees are well-trained in giving customers the best they've got. But what exactly do they have to go through?
Simple Japanese Breakfast Recipes
Make your next breakfast a Japanese one! This week’s article features four easy-to-make Japanese breakfast recipes you can try out in your own kitchen.
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Shusseiuo – Fishes Whose Names Vary
In this article, find out about “shusseiuo”, fishes whose names vary even though they’re still technically the same type. If you like sushi or are interested in knowing some tidbits about fish involved in sushi, the information provided here will be useful.
Setsubun - Bean Throwing Festival
In this article, learn about setsubun, the fun-laced Bean Throwing Festival held annually. Out with the devils, in with the good fortune!
Religious Views in Japanese Society
What is the main religion of Japan? Shinto? Or Buddhism? Or both? This article will clear any misconception that a non-Japanese person might have with regards to the average Japanese person’s religious views.
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