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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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
Thailand – it is a Kingdom situated in South-East Asia and washed by the South China and Andaman seas. And the country stretched out between its extreme points has a distance of 1860 km, and Tradition of Thailand is inextricably linked to the culture of nearby countries, as well as with the history of the country. Until 1939, the Kingdom was called Siam, and then was renamed. The word “Thai” means “freedom” that is because the country has never been conquered by the colonizers (had to sacrifice only the two southern provinces), so the culture and customs of Thailand are exotic blend of Chinese and Indian traditions.
The population of the country the vast majority are Thais, in a small number of Chinese live here, Malays, Indians, Laotians. Traditions of Thailand are inextricably linked with the main religion-Buddhism, professed by 94% of the population. The rest are mostly Muslims. Religious traditions of Thailand based on the ancient form of Buddhism called “Theravada”, it is the teachings of the Buddha Gautama. A rather strict set of rules and laws this belief affects the daily lives and customs of Thailand, Thai culture giving identity and special charm.
Traditions of Thailand – the austerity and piety
Traditions of Thailand have their roots in religion and history of the country, Continue reading