Mountains, Tea and Sake Around Kyoto | japan-guide.com

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

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

COMMENT PRÉPARER UN THÉ VERT MATCHA ? 🍵 / HOW TO MAKE MATCHA GREEN TEA ? 🍵

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

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

How to Japanese Tea Ceremony

Today I’m going to HiSUi TOKYO Which is a multi-art school in traditional Japanese culture Though they specialise in Kimono dressing, calligraphy and swordsmanship I was here with my good pal Warren To experience and learn about the traditional art of the Japanese tea ceremony Also know as ‘Sadou’ Drinking Continue Reading

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TSL Reviews: MILK TEA FLAVOURED WATER

Hi, I’m Xenia. Hi, I’m Fauzi. And this is TSL Reviews. Hi, I’m Fauzi. Hi, I’m Xenia. And this is TSL Reviews. So today we’re trying flavoured water from Japan. So Xenia, have you heard of flavoured water before? In secondary school, my favourite drink was pink dolphin. Fauzi: Oh Continue Reading

Why are people so Healthy in Japan?

When it comes to health, weight of course is not everything, but since there are so many health complications from being overweight or obese, it’s safe to say that Japan with an obesity rate of 3.5% is generally healthier than America with an obesity rate of 30%. Japan isn’t perfect, Continue Reading