Writer: Preetha

I am from India. I am living in Gifu Prefecture with my husband from 2014 onwards.
After giving birth to our baby here, I am spending more time on writing about our trips, and other things that I saw and hear in this nation. I love the customs, traditions , festivals and all above that the places and foods of Japan. The beauty of Japan is always helping me in my hobbies of painting and writing. Also Japanese taste is encouraging a lot in my cooking.
Looking forward to know more and more new words in Japanese, hearing about unique customs and practices in Japan, discovering new means for enjoying our life in Japan.

Top Traditional Japanese Arts & Crafts

Depending on the history, customs and practices, there will be various important festivals, arts and other features owned by every society. In Japan, we can see so many such customs, festivals, crafts and arts. Among the most famous are bonsai, origami, ikebana, etc.

Rose Festival at Kani Flower Park, Gifu

The Hana Festa Memorial Park of Kani City in Gifu Prefecture attracts a lot of visitors, especially during the months of May and June when the roses are in bloom. The Hana Festa Memorial Park contains more than 7000 varieties of roses and ten thousand varieties of other plants.

Enjoy the Music of the Melody Road in Okinawa

It is usual to enjoy the easy to use music in your car through FM, music players or other modern technological means. But isn’t it really surprising and amazing if you could enjoy music played by a road. And there is such a road in Japan also. Futami is a small town of Nago city in Okinawa.

The Japanese School Educational System

The school education of Japan includes many activities other than studying. They have time allotted for playing, cleaning etc. Thus Japanese educational system not only focus on teaching theory lessons to the children, but also makes them able to handle things in their everyday life.

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