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National food of Japan

JAPANESE CUISINE

Japan is a country which has attracted much attention not only for its great achievements, achievements in science, technology, medicine. Not less attractive, interesting Japan and its culture, a unique identity which permeates all aspects of Japanese life. How the Japanese live, what tradition, customs, what are the foundations of family life, which prefer the Japanese, what are their life values and priorities. The answer to these and many other questions, we believe, can be useful for exploring Japan. Japanese cuisine is closely connected with the geographical conditions of the country and its history. And at the same time it clearly reflects the peculiarities of the Japanese attitude, which is so interesting to foreigners. What we eat, drink Japanese? How and how much to eat? What is love? Whether here is hidden one of the secrets of longevity of the Japanese? Following our story about it.

THE LIFESTYLE OF THE JAPANESE AND THEIR COOKING

The daily food of Japanese people consists mainly of rice, fish, vegetables. Usually eat three times a day: Breakfast at 8, lunch at 12, dinner at 7 o’clock. For Breakfast most Japanese people prefers to eat traditional Japanese food such as miso soup, rice, grilled fish, pickles, raw egg and cooked vegetables. But in recent years many families began to become prevalent and a European kitchen, so now some families eat Breakfast.

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Erotic in South Korea

Continue to section “Tourism ” and press “18+ ” article Erotica in South Korea — Park Hesinde . We have previously touched on South Korea — Jeju Island in South Korea. and Korean erotic — an erotic sculpture Park Love Land. Let’s continue the theme

Erotic in South Korea — Park Hesinde her concentration. And this erotica mostly phallus-oriented. In General, history such. Jesingen — it’s a Korean Park erotic tradition. Erotic — understandably so. And tradition is associated with ancient legends of South Korea.

The legend says that once upon a time on this coast, lived a beautiful girl who had a boyfriend. They enjoyed life in their youthful dreams, but on one rainy day the girl drowned and her beloved couldn’t do anything to help her… The girl’s soul, tormented by unfulfilled desires (to understand), are unable to get neither in heaven nor in hell and turned into a Ghost.

Since then, the sea could not rest and the elements one after another hit on this shore, fishermen feared to go fishing, and very often the bravest of them did not return to the shore… And once, one fisherman Continue reading

Weird sexy Japanese tradition

Strange foreplay to the wedding of a Japanese.

Until recently widespread in the Japanese Outback custom Yobai or “Stalker of the night” – was, so to speak, an introduction to sexuality for many young people. Yobai was as follows: in the room of a sleeping girl (well, not quite girl) slipped a mysterious stranger, it was attached behind and ambiguously announced their intentions. If the young lady had no objections, the couple had sex until the morning, trying to make as little noise as possible, after which the visitor may have also quietly departed.

Logically, the young man-IObit would have to be familiar with the girl and her family. Often yobai – was a kind of prelude to the future wedding, and my parents supposedly did not notice the secret visits and, allegedly, heard nothing, yet believed that the love of the game is finished, “caught” yabasta, publicly reproached, he blushed and agreed, and a few days later the couple went down the aisle to indulge in sex already on the lawful bases.

But it often happened that during the harvest, when the farmer hired alien workers, so to speak, he had to be ready for the fact that sleeping with him under one roof, the workers could choose his daughter for the object Continue reading

Summer holidays of Japan
Inga Esipova long worked as a journalist in Chita – many remember its publication in the newspaper « Extra " and in the regional Supplement to the " Arguments and…

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The Traditions and customs of Japan
Feast Virtually unchanged since the middle ages preserved traditional Japanese costume, national interior, literary Japanese tea ceremony, theatre "Kabuki", "but", "Bunraku" and many other equally peculiar traditions. And all this…

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In Japan they celebrate the girls
On March 3, Japan celebrates the popular annual celebration of "Hina Matsuri", which in translation is called "girls Holiday". "Hina Matsuri " — literally "doll Festival" ("Hina" " doll, "Matsuri"…

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