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The Tezutsu hand-held fireworks (Toyohashi, Aichi) As for the hand pipe fireworks, Yoshida Shrine is the birthplace. As launching fireworks are seen in safety distance of the signal fire control method at near distance, sound and force are absolutely than others different. The Tezutsu hand-held fireworks Niagara Falls Association of sightseeing in Toyohashi convention http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/tezutsu-fireworks-toyohashi-aichi/

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“Seven Minutes Miracle”-Japan’s train-cleaning crews clean the Shinkansen in only seven minutes (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_GB/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, "script", "facebook-jssdk")); Shinkansen is a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan operated by four Japan Railways

One of the Japan’s three major festivals, Gion Festival (Kyoto) One of the Japan’s three major festivals, Gion Festival takes place annually in Kyoto. It goes for the entire month of July and is crowned by a parade, the Yamaboko Junko on July 17th and 24th. It takes its name from Kyoto’s Gion district. It has a long history of 1,000 http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/one-of-the-japans-three-major-festivals-gion-festival-kyoto/

Summer in Japan is the season of fireworks (Hanabi)! During summer (from July to August), there are lots of fireworks festivals in every region of Japan. You can see many people wearing Yukata to join the firework festivals, and there are lots of street stalls selling Japanese festival foods such as Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes), Takoyaki (Octopus balls), Banana chocolates etc. You http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/summer-in-japan-is-the-season-of-fireworks-ha

Summer in Japan is the season of fireworks (Hanabi)! During summer (from July to August), there are lots of fireworks festivals in every region of Japan. You can see many people wearing Yukata to join the firework festivals, and there are lots of street stalls selling Japanese festival foods such as Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes), Takoyaki (Octopus balls), Banana chocolates etc. You http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/summer-in-japan-is-the-season-of-fireworks-ha

Japanese green tea Tea is the national drink of Japan. The Japanese word for tea, “cha” was originally a Chinese word. A variety of teas are consumed in Japan. Major Japanese teas are: Sencha Bancha Hojicha Genmaicha Gyokuro Matcha – bitter green tea powder, used for “Tea ceremony” Kocha – black tea (Western style tea) Links: All about Green tea Green tea restaurant http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/japanese-green-tea-2/

Japanese Tea Ceremony The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of Matcha, powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called “Sado”. Zen Buddhism was a primary influence in the development of the Japanese tea ceremony. Tea gatherings are classified as an informal http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/japanese-tea-ceremony/

Kyoto International Manga Museum The Kyoto International Manga Museum was opened in November of 2006 as the first comprehensive cultural center for manga culture in Japan. It holds one of the worlds largest collections of manga related materials consisting of approximately 300,000 items (afs of 2011) centering around modern Japanese manga, and incorporating manga-related http://japanculturereview.japan-shops.com/kyoto-international-manga-museum/