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Doll’s Festival and “Babe” Magnet

Today, March 3rd, is celebrated as Doll’s Festival or Girls’ Day in Japan. To celebrate this day, each family decorates its tokonoma/ living room with a representation of the wedding between a young emperor and a young empress-to-be from the Heian period, more than a thousand years ago. 424 more words



If you are a Japanese store lover, or a recycler, or a minimalist, you must heard of Muji. Wherever you are in Soho, Midtown, Time Square, Chelsea Market, you will alway notice a Muji store.  442 more words

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Language Tips: Basic Japanese And Korean Expressions

Do you know  how to say “I can’t do it” in Korean or in Japanese? Check this out to know how.

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An Imperfectionist's Delirium

Perfection-Imperfection, Beauty-Ugliness, Whole-Unfinished, Permanent-Evanescent.

During the time spent on my first Master’s practice I came to re-define these and much more ‘given’ principles we use to describe and perceive the world around us. 1,112 more words


KONNICHIWA! - Hinamatsuri

What day is today? Today is Japanese Hina matsuri!

In New York, Japan Society celebrates Hina Matsuri with a festival on Sunday, March 1 from 2:00 p.m. 658 more words

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