Mountains, Tea and Sake Around Kyoto |

Located in the mountains northeast of central Kyoto, Hieizan is a deeply revered mountain on which Enryakuji, the head temple of the influential Tendai Buddhist sect, is built on. Founded over 1200 years ago, Enryakuji is one of the most important temples in the history of Japan, and today, the Continue Reading

muship – Espresso [Official Audio]

At first, only a drop slipped in until a flood of acidic thoughts swallowed me up You’re so just perfect that I want to mess up! I hate that you feel so miserable but I need to know more! I never get to clearly see anything around me, no matter Continue Reading

WOULD YOU LIKE IT HOT OR COLD?! How to say in Japanese how you like it.

It’s cold so I will have a hot one. Got it! A cold one please. Would you like it hot or cold? Hot please, my lady. Hello everyone… wait. – I was too late. Hello everyone this is Cathy Cat – And Misato. Let’s learn today’s Japanese. Today we have… Continue Reading

Fly With Yaya – Seni Upacara Minum Teh! / Japanese Tea Ceremony (ENG/JP captions)

Wow! This smells amazing! Hi, guys! Today I’m gonna learn about a very interesting cultural tradition in Japan. Want to know what it is? Let’s Fly With Yaya! Welcome to our tea ceremony room. Please come in. Whoa! This is such a gorgeous room! I’m about to try out the Continue Reading


Kanou Shoujuan Sunai no Sato Tea Ceremony – Shiga – 叶匠寿庵 寿長生の郷

Located in the suburbs of Otsu, Shiga prefecture capital city, Kanou Shoujuan Sunai no Sato is a longstanding Japanese style confectioner famous all across Japan. While people visiting Kanou Shoujuan Sunai no Sato can shop for some of the best Japanese sweet, it is also possible there to participate in Continue Reading

Amazing Japanese Pudding/Purin Recipe

Mr. Pompompurin: Hey everybody! Today we’re going to learn to make purin! Which is just some pudding and – Okay, alright, that’s enough of that buddy *Simon Dothraki man warrior sneeze* S: Sorry *laughing* You guys have no idea how long its taken me – S: I’m so sorry! M: Continue Reading

Japan Travel: Osaka – Kimono and Tea ceremony, Tennoji and shopping

Good morning it’s a new day today as I said in the previous blog today I’ve booked a eta ceremony and I have now arrived at the station where I am meeting the lady who will be hosting it stairs… as usual I am a bit early just in case, Continue Reading