Event 23rd Hina no Tsurushi Kazari Festival. Izu Inatori Onsen. Until March 31st.
Ōkami Shinkō - the Wolf Faith The Veneration and Awe of Nature
No.1: Oinugē Festival
Photographer Teiji Morii. Festivals and People: Ōmi-Hachiman Sagichō Fire Festival
Newly Registered UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of the World Japan’s “Raihō-shin: Ritual Visits of Deities in Masks and Costumes”
【Festivals】Chichibu Night Festival 2018, December 2nd & 3rd (Chichibu City, Saitama Prefecture)
【Exhibition】Teiji Morii Photography Exhibition. Festivals of the Old Tōkaidō: A Journey through the 53 Stations.
【Festivals】Kishiwada Danjiri Festival: 300 years of history and heart-stopping turns!
A Guided Journey Through Japan’s Ancient Calendar. Vol.02. Setsubun and the New Year
A Guided Journey Through Japan's Ancient Calendar. Vol. 1. Nanakusa: The seven herbs of spring and autumn.
【Fireworks Display】Uminonakamichi Fireworks 2018, May 19th Fukuoka - Japan’s Top Fireworks Programmers and Pyrotechnicians Put on a Show
Festivals and People Vol.01: The Karatsu Kunchi Festival, Kyūshū
A hometown festival passed down from generation to generation - The Okumikawa Hana Matsuri Festival (Kitashitara District, Aichi Prefecture)
【Festival News:】Hana Matsuri, Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property, Opens in Aichi
Art and Design
The Japanese House: The Basic Elements of Traditional Japanese Residential Architecture.
The Elegant World of Japanese Etiquette, Part 1: Chopstick Etiquette – Dining with Decorum
World Heritage in Japan. Enryakuji – The Cradle of Japan’s Buddhist Culture.
Is it true that Japanese dog breeds are genetically closer to the wolf than any other breeds? Manabi Japan visited Azabu University’s Professor Takefumi Kikusui to unravel the mystery surrounding the origin of Japan’s iconic canines.
Bowing. The best-known form of Japanese etiquette