Friday, July 20, 2012

Wind bell - Fuurin

Made from metal, earthenware, and glass etc. in the shape of a small hanging bell, in that a feather or flat strip of paper is attached to receive the wind, and this bell is called as Wind bell.

It is called as Fuurin in Japanese language.

The Japanese people will hang the wind bell in front of their house during the hot summer period, and by hearing the tone of the bell, they feel the chillness from the ear.

Anyway, I would like you to hear the tone of the wind bell in the video.

The heart and mind gets calm and composed just by hearing this tone.
Please enjoy the peculiar tone to Japan that has not changed for a very long time.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Harajuku fashion

Harajuku is a town in Tokyo that is attracting attention from all over the word like Europe, Asia etc. as the town where the latest fashion can be seen.

The fashion style of the Japanese younger generation who gather here is generally called as Harajiku fashion.

Every day the media from various countries keep visiting for covering the event, and the information of this town is being transmitted.

Though it is good to enjoy the fashion by wearing the dresses of top-class brands of Europe etc., the true fashion is only by dressing oneself stylishly with the clothes of one’s own way, like the younger generation gathering at Harajiku.

Do not resemble any one, and the individual is the ONLY ONE!

All the images are not models, but are ordinary persons who are walking in Harajuku.

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Friday, July 13, 2012

Curry House CoCo-Ichibannya

Curry is loved very much by the children and the adults.

Among that, I would like to introduce a curry specialty house.

 In the curry specialty house, the interesting thing is the menu composition.
The amount of rice, spiciness of the curry, and topping can each be selected to the favorable level and order can be placed.

For instance, 
If you order 300g of rice, medium spicy, and with hamburger, then you get this.

If you order 400g of rice, medium spicy, and with beef and beef cutlet, then you get this.

Earlier, there was a menu that if 1.3kg of curry was finished eating within 20 minutes, then it is free.
It is closed now as it ended on August 31, 2003.
If failed in the challenge (Failing to eat fully) then the payment of 1400 YEN for 1300g curry to be made.

It might be interesting!
Considerably, a young boy challenged.
Also a woman made the challenge.
Surprisingly, she finished eating easily.

Also there were some terrific people ordering such a menu.

I think that we all can eat this together happily.
The Japanese also love curry very much just like the Indians.

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Thursday, July 5, 2012


Cosplayers are the people who turn completely into the characters of the appearing personality in the animated cartoon and games etc.

Cosplay is the Japanese word derived from the root English words of costume and play

Generally, strive to put in best effort at the work, and during the holidays, do not care about the public gaze, wear the clothes they like much, and enjoy to the fullest extent.

I think the human life is happier than those who don’t have any hobby at all~~

People in the image did not transform to such a figure for the sake of work.
They are only enjoying the Cosplay as a pure hobby.

This guy has just gone too far…

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