Tag Archives: Japan

Better Know the Great Wave | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

It’s an omnipresent image that has inspired music, tattoos, and even an emoji on your phone. But Hokusai’s Great Wave is a woodblock print that was made to be reproduced. What’s its story? Let’s better know the Great Wave.

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Japan’s Most Famous Bakery You’ve Never Heard Of

This bakery definitely plays favorites… Japan is home to some amazing bakeries. Some produce styles of bread that are the things of dreams. And then… there’s this bakery. One of Japan’s oldest and most famous bakeries that you may never … Continue reading

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“Don’t Come To Tokyo …” (Black in Japan) | MFiles

n this episode of The Melanated Files (MFiles) we introduce Jason Gatewood, an American University Teacher and Journalist living in Japan. Listen as Jason shares his experience living in Japan for almost eighteen years as well as offload a wealth … Continue reading

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How One American Mastered the “Japanese Blues”

Jerome “Jero” White never imagined that he would one day grow up to be a star in the Japanese music scene. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was first introduced to enka music by his grandmother, a native of … Continue reading

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Let’s Stay One Tuna Apart: Humorous Social Distancing Posters from Nosigner | Spoon & Tamago

APRIL 14, 2020 / JOHNNY The first known case of COVID-19 in Tokyo occurred in late January. But from there the rate of infections were relatively slow compared to other nations and Japan had been slow in altering their behavior. … Continue reading

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Asakusa Sagimai – Egret Dancers 

For years I have known the photo of the ladies dressed in white egret costumes, dancing at Japanese temples in certain festivals, but I have never been able to catch one of the performances live […] Source: Asakusa Sagimai – … Continue reading

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Japan’s Hidden Listening Bars: SHeLTeR | Resident Advisor x Asahi Super Dry

Yoshio Nojima has been refining the soundsystem at SHeLTeR, an audiophile venue on the quiet outskirts of Tokyo, for 30 years. It’s a never-ending quest in the pursuit of one humble goal: to share special musical experiences with friends. Produced … Continue reading

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Japanese synchronized walking Competition – Worlds Most Satisfying video Ever 2018 | Must See *

Japanese synchronized walking Competition. Their walking routine was similar to military movement exercises or synchronized marching band movements. These students march with a precision that would amaze even the military. Japanese precision walking competition

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Live Green Furoshiki Package Wrap Instructions

Furoshiki is a towel that Japanese people use to wrap gifts and transport goods. We think this is a great method to reduce our holiday wrapping paper consumption. The material of Furoshiki is durable, washable and reusable. It is not … Continue reading

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I Made A (foodsafe) Hack On Kintsugi…

Alex Traditional #Kintsugi Technique takes months, but this version only needs a day… update : My cookbook is #1 on Amazon : http://smarturl.it/FrenchGuyCooking Food Safe Epoxy Glue : https://amzn.to/2wWR84W Gold Food Coloring : https://amzn.to/2Cy0SbB Sugru : https://amzn.to/2MYbRQz After 3 different … Continue reading

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