Christmas traditions in Japan
New Year in Japan, " on-segatsu ". is the most important holiday for inhabitants of the country, when all sum up, evaluate the results, and pay their debts. Before the…

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South Korea
South Korea is a country where a rapidly developing high-tech city with amazing for the Russian ear the names are combined with hamlets and villages, where life repeats the traditional…

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The truth about modern Japanese geisha and the samurai

The samurai class, including their wives and children, never exceeded 5% of the population. A geisha, even in the best years was not more than 70 thousand is now about two thousand. A hundred million Japanese…

Myth 2. Geisha – the oldest profession in Japan.

Twice not. Geisha – dancer and conversationalist, experienced geisha – the therapist and Confessor, but sex in their profession were not included and is not included. Only in personal life except that! Since the advent of the profession of the geisha they were forbidden by law to provide sexual services for money. The first geisha appeared in the eighteenth century, so in the literal sense, not the oldest profession.

Myth 3. Japanese women bandaged leg, so they are not grown.

Never. Did Chinese women.

Myth 4. In today’s Japan, kimono are no longer worn.

In ordinary life – alas, it’s true. But all the holidays put on still. By the way, kimono – a thing not cheap. Women’s apparel could easily be more than 300 000 rubles, and a complete set together with the bottom of the kimono, shoes and accessories worth more than 600 000.

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Valentine's Day. The history of the holiday
This is interesting information for children about the history and traditions of Valentine's day celebration This holiday came to Russia a few years ago. And now Valentine's Day is celebrated…

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Holidays Japan
Japan — one of the most mysterious countries of the world, and may not be on Earth no such place that can match her in the field of mystery and…

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