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A Guide To Japan


Japan Culture Guide

The country of Japan has a culture with traditions that dates back thousands of years and it’s ability to combine the old with the ultra-modern is what fascinates so many people. Visit the culture section to learn more about geisha, martial arts, kabuki, sumo wrestling and Shintoism to its many forms of visual arts.


Japan Food Guide

Japan consists of numerous geographical regions, with each offering its own unique set of distinctive appetizing cuisines. From sake, craft-beers, ramen, sushi, kobe beef and an enormous variety of candies and sweets.


Japan Travel Guide

Japan is home to many scenic wonders – from ultra-modern cities you won’t find anywhere else on earth to quaint towns and villages featuring centuries old architecture. Natural wonders are plentiful too such as beaches, islands hot springs, majestic mountains such as Mount Fuji and a whole lot more.


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Japan Guide

YOU ARE HERE:  Home A Guide To Japan Japan Culture Guide The country of Japan has a culture with traditions that dates back thousands of years and it’s ability to combine the old with the ultra-modern is what fascinates so many people. Visit the culture section to learn more about geisha, martial arts, kabuki, sumo wrestling and Shintoism to its many forms of visual arts. […]

Japan Guide

YOU ARE HERE:  Home A Guide To Japan Japan Culture Guide The country of Japan has a culture with traditions that dates back thousands of years and it’s ability to combine the old with the ultra-modern is what fascinates so many people. Visit the culture section to learn more about geisha, martial arts, kabuki, sumo wrestling and Shintoism to its many forms of visual arts. […]

Japan Guide

YOU ARE HERE:  Home A Guide To Japan Japan Culture Guide The country of Japan has a culture with traditions that dates back thousands of years and it’s ability to combine the old with the ultra-modern is what fascinates so many people. Visit the culture section to learn more about geisha, martial arts, kabuki, sumo wrestling and Shintoism to its many forms of visual arts. […]

Japan Guide

YOU ARE HERE:  Home A Guide To Japan Japan Culture Guide The country of Japan has a culture with traditions that dates back thousands of years and it’s ability to combine the old with the ultra-modern is what fascinates so many people. Visit the culture section to learn more about geisha, martial arts, kabuki, sumo wrestling and Shintoism to its many forms of visual arts. […]

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Does sake go bad?

If you have been consuming and experimenting with sake for a while then you have on more than one occasion asked yourself whether or not a bottle of sake has gone bad. Here we will show you how to tell and more importantly, how to maximize shelf life by storing it correctly. How to tell if sake has gone bad? This is a tricky question […]
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How is sake made?

The taste of sake can be best described as complex, especially when dealing with the more premium brands. In many cases, such complexities can only be attributed to a brewing process that has been perfected over the span of many generations. In this article, we will take a closer look at how sake is made, but before we get into that, we will first uncover […]
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How to drink sake

According to Shintoism, the national religion of Japan, sake is a sacred drink gifted to us from the gods and should, therefore, be prepared, served and consumed as per tradition. Downing sake shot glasses at your nearest cheap sushi restaurant is the wrong way to go about things and so is drinking it out of a wine glass. So let us not anger the gods […]
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