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2108, 2021

Survival Japanese Lesson -“Combini” and Cafe-

2021年8月21日|

  [Free] Survival Japanese Workshop Read Japanese Written Menu / Communicate with Waiter for Ordering Every Wednesday from 18:00 Aug.25 Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Duration: 45 min We'll have workshops from the same link everyweek. When the time is up, click on the zoom link below. https://f2l.jp/zoom-workshop

108, 2021

Enjoy sushi in Tokyo!! -The type and price of sushi is up to you!-

2021年8月1日|

What about sushi? It is said that the original form of sushi was a fermented food called "narezushi," which is a method of preserving fish (mainly freshwater fish) using lactic acid fermentation of rice. Incidentally, the Enki Shiki (a book written around the 10th century) says that "deer sushi" and "boar sushi" were made. Although we [...]

2807, 2021

“7-11. What would I do without you.” -Everything You Need Available at Convenience Store in Japan

2021年7月28日|

"7-11. What would I do without you." -Everything You Need Available at Convenience Store in Japan The Tokyo Olympics have finally begun. About 16,000 media representatives from all over the world came to Japan. What seems to be a normal day-to-day routine for people living in Japan seems to have been very unusual for the media [...]

2107, 2021

What is striking aspect of the Tokyo Olympics?

2021年7月21日|

TOKYO Summer Olympic 2021 The Tokyo Olympics will be held for the first time in 57 years, since the first Olympics were held in Japan in 1964. The Games were originally supposed to be held in 2020, but a global pandemic of coronavirus forced a one-year postponement. However, due to the global pandemic of coronavirus, the [...]

1306, 2021

What is Okonomiyaki?

2021年6月13日|

History of Okonomiyaki The ancestor of okonomiyaki is said to be "fu no yaki", a tea snack invented by Sen no Rikyu in the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1573-1603), but directly speaking, the predecessor of today's Hiroshima okonomiyaki is "one sen yoshoku", which was popular as a snack for children around the Taisho period (1912-1926). The flour [...]

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