Italiano When I think Japan Zen comes to mind, so although I am not a religious person and don’t feel very “zen” I decided to look into it and purchased a book my shodō teacher, written in 2009. The cover is clean, simple, simpatico as is the title: “Zen… because it makes you happy: with… Continue reading Go, drink a cup of tea!
Making Japanese Sake / 日本酒が出来るまで from SHINWAZEN Sake Wine Bar & Shop on Vimeo.
Nengajo 年賀状 (ねんがじょう) is a japanese new year greating card and also one of the most important custom in japanese practices. The begining of the new year symbolize the new life a new begining, well maybee as important in Japan like our Christmas. Is a good practice to make your Nengajo yourself because in fact it… Continue reading Casual friday: 2014 the year of the horse
Maybe you don’t know it but I understand 4 languages: English, German, Italian, French and I am learning Japanese. The best point about being a polyglott, I can capture the topics I am interested in different languages, as for instance by bloggers that write only in one of these four languages and understand their point… Continue reading Casual friday: being a polyglot
This post is about Japan but also about an Italian blog I am following to learn Japanese. The owner of the blog, Federica Ercole, is Japan fan but not only. I love her blog and already learned a lot with her method. She is now in Japan and she write about her journey. The text is… Continue reading Casual friday: viaggio in Giappone