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Japanese Culture – Full of Vividness

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Japanese lifestyle is a combination of various principles and philosophies followed by the people residing there. Their traditional base lies in the Samurai, Geisha, Japanese gardens, tea festival and …

Japanese lifestyle is a combination of various principles and philosophies followed by the people residing there. Their traditional base lies in the Samurai, Geisha, Japanese gardens, tea festival and kimonos.


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  • 1. Japan is a blend of modern and traditional culture. Their lifestyle embraces the various philosophies and principles followed by people residing there. Image Source : bit.ly/17QFkBi
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  • 3. The geisha culture is much observed; they are female entertainers adept in singing, dancing and playing instruments. Image Source : bit.ly/12b4X6G Image Source : bit.ly/12b5eqj Image Source : bit.ly/1cLyhXqImage Source : bit.ly/16LlR0h
  • 4. Tea festival is all about the ritual way of preparing and drinking tea. Image Source : bit.ly/1b41u1y Image Source : bit.ly/1ax91YcImage Source : bit.ly/1cL7V7K
  • 5. The traditional and nutritious Japanese food is eaten round the year. Image Source : bit.ly/11ciUHC Image Source : bit.ly/17QiiKQ
  • 6. Japanese still prefer to eat with Chop Sticks. Image Source : bit.ly/1ay2P20 Image Source : bit.ly/1ay3n8jImage Source : bit.ly/12DK2sU
  • 7. Greet a Japanese this way… Use both hands to receive things.. Image Source : bit.ly/18sQJqk Image Source : bit.ly/12DLs6I
  • 8. Image Source : bit.ly/12009Ck Image Source : bit.ly/11cleOY Cherry Blossom is celebrate during Spring season when the flowers are in full bloom. It is the best time of the year to visit the country. Image Source : bit.ly/10wKP2w Image Source : bit.ly/1b4wVZE
  • 9. Some other festivals of Japan are: Japanese Plum Sapporo snow festival Omizutori Takayama Matsuri Aoi Matsuri Gion Matsuri Nebuta Matsuri Kanto Matsuri Image Source : bit.ly/14Lzs5Z Image Source : bit.ly/12BdGmV Image Source : bit.ly/12BdHHA
  • 10. Japanese Gardens are known for their artistic and stylized creation. Image Source : bit.ly/17QKc9q Image Source : bit.ly/14Mg20X Image Source : bit.ly/13iXPN8 Image Source : bit.ly/10wQ9mA
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  • 12. Bunka –no-hi, Judo-karate, Sumo wrestling, gymnastic etc. are the major sports and entertainment. Image Source : bit.ly/13npw6b Image Source : bit.ly/15cJBv9 Image Source : bit.ly/13iDc3E Image Source : bit.ly/11WHMBJ
  • 13. Religion People here in Japan are very religious. Shinto and Buddhism are the two major religions. Image Source : bit.ly/11WhkrL Image Source : bit.ly/17QoEd7 Image Source : bit.ly/12075zs
  • 14. Japan is a country with diverse lifestyle, culture and festivals. It will be a great idea to visit the country and explore the beauty of Japan. Image Source : bit.ly/13iEITf