Asakusa is a district in Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, most famous for the Sensō-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. There are several other temples in Asakusa, as well as various festivals. Asakusa has a completely different atmosphere from other cities such as Shibuya, Ginza, Roppongi, and Akihabara in Tokyo. You can see … Read More
One of the most important seasonings in Japan, unique to Japan. Soy sauce koji made from soybeans and wheat is prepared by adding a concentrated salt solution and squeezed and fermented for about one year. Japanese says Sho-yu, Shou-yu. It is an essential seasoning for Japanese people When you get off at an overseas … Read More
The country’s name is said to have originated from the old name of Porto, “Portus Cale”. About 1/4 of Japan’s land area is inhabited by 10 million people, most of whom are Catholics. Surrounded by Spain and the Atlantic Ocean, it is the westernmost country in Europe. Portugal’s history The most important part of … Read More
A language spoken by 120 million inhabitants of the Japanese archipelago. It is used almost as a single language in Japan. The Japanese vocabulary is divided into three types: Japanese, Chinese, and loanwords. The notation is very complicated, and sometimes Chinese characters, hiragana, katakana, etc. are mixed. The dialects differ significantly in terms of … Read More
One of the most evolved vertebrates. There is a name for suckling because a female secretes milk from the mammary gland and thereby raises a child. The body is covered with hair, sometimes with scales, and sweat and fat glands are developed. The limbs are usually well developed. Japan call “Ho nyu rui”.
North Africa, the Democratic People’s Republic facing the southern coast of the Mediterranean. French colony since 1830. Independent from France in 1962. It produces oil, natural gas, grapes, olives and wool. The inhabitants are Arabs and Berbers. Mostly Muslim. The main languages are Arabic and French.
Element with atomic number 79. Periodic Table Group 11 transition elements. Atomic weight 196.96655 (2). Stable isotopes with a mass number of 197 (100%) and radioactive isotopes ranging from 169 to 205 are known. Gold is the oldest metal used by humankind, and gold instruments have been found in Egyptian ruins in B.C. 5000. … Read More
He loves Sushi and Sashimi. Having practiced calligraphy since childhood, his father was qualified as a teacher. Aokage(青景) comes from the blue landscape like the sea, the clear sky. And the blue shadow. Shadow means a ninja.