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NARITASAN MUSEUM 【ENGLISH】 20h
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CartYoun (Commissions Open!) Jul 24
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Starfish Prime 🧜‍♀️ 🏳️‍🌈 14h
Working in Gyūdon 牛丼 for lunch today.
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Tokyo Gov Jul 6
Today Japan celebrates ! Across Tokyo, many neighborhoods hold festive events to celebrate with a showcase of decoration. On this day, it’s customary to write a on a piece of paper and hang it on a bamboo branch
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どりすDorris🦄めいどりーみんmaidreamin Jul 30
Hello Masters ! Princesses!!! Here comes video No.5 about Maid Dorris got an exciting news for you!! Check it out!!!
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徳島 阿波キャラ!有名連 Aug 7
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KOJI TAKAMURA Jun 7
Among origami, cranes are special. In Japan, it is customary to give 1,000 cranes when you wish to succeed. It's an origami made of 1,000 cranes and tied in a string.
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KOJI TAKAMURA Jun 7
About 200 years ago, Japan had an art called origami. To make various shapes by folding a sheet of paper without cutting it. Even a five-year-old child is now enjoying making various things.
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Drawn by Nicky Jul 16
Fun day out at Hyper Japan last weekend! Lots to see, especially enjoyed the Hyper market, with so many artists, illustrators and makers showcasing designs inspired by the culture. Also loved my banana and chocolate chip bubble waffle!!
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chisato.m Jul 30
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マル Aug 7
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Tanji | Artist & Cosplayer Jul 31
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Mitsuko@MeianMaids Aug 8
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Kyoku Knives May 31
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🐾JayWolf is ready to Prowl @ San Japan🐾 Aug 4
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Kay Onomichi(尾道 ケイ) Aug 14
The theme for this week's Radio Osaka was “ Bon Odori”!! 🏮 “” is a traditional dance party held throughout Japan during the summer months.
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kanji study bot Jul 22
【kanji study】立 stand The kanji "立" comes from a figure of a stander.
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SPOT Jul 11
【Saturday, July, 13th】 〜Japanese Culture Workshop〜 We hold the workshop in WeBase Takamatsu! You can enjoy making Tsumami craft and Kurumi button. Why don't you make your own souvenir? We are looking forward to seeing you✨
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Tokyo Gov Jul 17
How did get its start in ? Check out this article from the Edo Tokyo Digital Museum to learn about this history of Japan’s traditional :
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HidetakaSwerySueHERO Jun 20
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