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Wedding in Japan

Wedding in Japan.

Looking into Japanese history, specifically during the time preceding the beginning of the XII century, you can see that traditional marriages for many centuries in Japan were polygamous. All the wives lived in different houses, and the husband visited them in turn, staying in each house for a few days or weeks.

The tradition began to change with the advent in Japan of the samurai class since the beginning of the XII century. Since then, every Japanese man is supposed to have only one wife. But within a few centuries young Japanese could not independently choose their life partner and marry for love. In the XII century wedding in Japan was seen as creating a kind of a military coalition between the families of bride and groom, but about feelings, emotions, and spiritual experiences, and few people cared. Search “second half” for the groom or the bride was carried out using Nakada – Japanese matchmakers and matchmakers. The decision of marriage taken by the parents of the bride and groom. Nakodo in this case acted as responsible for the marriage of the prisoner – man for several years after the wedding, he was instructed to observe the relationship of the newlyweds. If the marriage for whatever reason was unsuccessful, Continue reading

Rest in Tokyo

Stay in Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world, which amazes with its futuristic shape and orientation to the future. In order to understand what a significant place the city occupies in the life of not only the country but also all world community, will appreciate the fact that if Tokyo became a separate state, it would have taken 15-th place in list of countries by GDP. It turns out that Tokyo in terms of economic development ahead of Turkey, Australia, Indonesia and many others. In addition, the population of the Tokyo Metropolitan area – more than 37 million people, and it’s bigger than the whole Asian part of Russia (far East Siberia plus). However, speaking of Tokyo, you should bear in mind that this is not one city, and one of a kind capital district. Tokyo district includes 62 administrative units, including cities, villages and towns. When it comes to Tokyo, the usually mean the “heart” of the district, including district 23. Each of these areas is so great that it has the status of a city and has its own mayor and city Council.

East Tokyo

Today Tokyo is the cultural, administrative and economic capital of the country, but not always. The town was founded in the XV century, building on the model of the ancient capital of China Danyang shogun Tokugawa. Initially the city was called Edo. In the XII century the brave Continue reading

Festival-exhibition of Korean culture

The modern culture of Korea will be represented in the whole spectrum – from traditional arts and martial arts to modern dance, national cuisine, music, movies, songs and clothes, so it will be interesting to all – regardless of age)

For the first time in Ukraine (!) – unique Flash mob Gangnam style Kiev. The program planned demonstrations of martial arts, show-program of Korean traditional and modern dances, fashion show of national clothes – hanbekov and modern clothing and accessories, songs, poetry, shows interactive platform of the national Korean games and diverse educational program, scheduled presentations, workshops, demonstrations compositions applied art, national clothes,art objects.

Samples of the applied art here can not only see but also to learn to do everything myself. Visitors can expect workshops on origami Korean version, Korean card, the weaving of ribbon, the Korean knots (macrame), cuisine, calligraphy and quilling. Also, you can learn the game and learn the secrets of Korean tea ceremony.

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Tour the May holidays in South Korea
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The strangest fashion trend
The so-called advanced mode constantly gives rise to discussions about their oddities. And in the modern world, when the boundaries of what is permitted and illicit, ethical and immoral, a…

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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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