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July 12, 2018

Hokotate (鉾建て, the assembling work for floats of Gion festival) was launched yesterday. 

Among the 33 floats of the festival, the most famous one is the Naginata-boko (長刀鉾). Every year, the magnificence of the float has been enchanting many visitors.   

As yo...

July 7, 2018

When I was a child, I used to smell a very favorable scent every time my mother opened the drawer of her chest. I was thinking she put some Nioibukuro (sachets) in there, but later I found out the scent was from Bochukoh (防虫香, scented mothball) instead. 

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June 17, 2018

It has become the Tsuyu (梅雨, rainy season in Japan) and is getting really hot and humid. From now on, the weather will be scorching even more day by day. Today, I would like to introduce the tips for wearing Kimono in a cool and elegant wayin summer. 

-Air-conditio...

June 6, 2018

Kegon-ji (華厳寺) temple, also known as Suzumushidera (鈴虫寺, Cricket Temple), is very popular in Japan for the beautiful chirps of crickets on the premises. Visitors can join the Suzumushi Seppou (鈴虫説法, preaching ceremony while listening to crickets) in this season where l...

May 30, 2018

The life of Sakamoto Ryoma (坂本龍馬) was a short one, but his name remains as the man who established the monumental work called Saccho Domei (薩長同盟), an alliance between the provinces Satsuma (薩摩, present Kagoshima Prefecture) and Choshu (長州, present Yamaguchi Prefec...

May 13, 2018

Saihoji (西芳寺), a world heritage site, was established in the Nara (奈良) period and is better known by its common name, Kokedera (苔寺, the moss temple). The temple is truly a nice place to visit during your stay in Kyoto.

*Visitors must make a prior registra...

May 8, 2018

The beautiful flow of the Kamo river (鴨川) is one of Kyoto residents' pride. The Kamo river joins the Takano (高野) river under the Kamo-ohashi (加茂大橋) bridge at the Demachinayagi (出町柳) district. The interesting thing is that the kanji characters for the name of the river...

May 2, 2018

Now, it's the season of Kawayuka or Yuka (川床, a wooden dining floor built over the Kamo river). In the old times when there was no air conditioners, Yuka was invented as a rational way to cool off the hot summer.

In the evening on Yuka, we often come across Maiko (...

April 24, 2018

Children in Kimono are so cute, aren't they?

Since children grow up very quickly, child Kimono are usually made bigger than the average size, and an arrangement called Kataage (肩揚げ, making tucks at the shoulder to arrange the length) is made. Likewise, the sleeves are...

April 22, 2018

Musubi (結び, Tying) techniques are deeply rooted in many aspects of Japanese culture, such as knots for Obi (帯) belts for Kimono, decorative knots for Kimono accessories like Obiage/Obijime (帯揚げ/帯締め), Furoshiki (風呂敷, Japanese wrapping cloth) ties, Mizuhiki (水引) tie...

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