See some of Japan's strongest men as they conduct their morning practice on this 3-hour visit to a sumo stable. Learn about how sumo is a traditional Japanese sport that was originally performed to entertain Shinto gods.
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You will have local special foods and learn the uniqueness of Kyoto culinary culture in Nishiki market and traditional Maiko culture in Gion District wiz a local friendly guide!!
Have you ever seen a Sumo tournament? Now, tournaments take place 6 times a year, 3 times in Tokyo, once in Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka respectively.
Explore one of the world's most famous culinary destinations: Tokyo's vibrant Tsukiji Fish Market. Wander through the sprawling 80-year market with a local friendly guide. Try many Japanese foods while sightseeing and learning about the Japanese culture.
Asakusa is one of the must-see spots in Tokyo. And while many tourists go to Asakusa during the crowded daytime, local people go out to Asakusa at night to experience the bar culture. Many Japanese "salary-men" go out in Asakusa after work.
Our tea ceremony lesson is without sitting straight!We are preparing the course of only experience besides "the tea and the course with a bamboo whisk" which can enjoy powdered green tea easily also at home.
Okonomiyaki Cooking in Kyoto.
Learn how to make cute "Kazarimaki" sushi (decorative sushi rolls).
As for Japanese words or a phrase for your writing on this occasion, we have a lot of kinds in kanji character in advance for your reference so that you may choose anyone from them that you want to have a try to!
The art of flower arranging[Ikebana]has began about 1400 years ago with the beginning of Buddhism in Japan.People wishing to honor Buddha with gifts of flowers wanted them arranged artistically.