I proud Japanese beautiful culture, and if you watch this movie that is added traditional Japanese song “Sakura Sakura” – cherry blossom x 2.
Let’s enjoy Japanese movie and music!!
Japanese also listen classical music of course, and there are lot of bog and nice music halls, such as SUNTORY Hall, Opera city hall, Minato-mirai hall and so on.
The situation of classical music in Japan is, how to say, better than before, I guess.
One of the turning points from minor to major was Manga, name “Nodame Cantabile”.
A lot of young Japanese becomes interested in Classical music!! Then Classical music already have citizen right!
At the same time, a lot of Japanese players get International awards now, such as Mayuko Kamio Violinist, Sayaka Shoji Violinist, Nobuyuki Tsujii Pianist and so on.
I hope wonderful music become more popular in Japan!!
If you are American, Philippine, Hon Kong, or Japanese, you may know Shakey’s Pizza house.
Our staff went Japan Yokohama Shakey’s last weekend!!
For everyone who don’t know Shakey’s restaurant, I explain about it from their HP.
Sherwood “Shakey” Johnson opened the first Shakey’s Pizza Parlor® in a remodeled grocery store on 57th and J Street in Sacramento, California in 1954. Originally established as “ye public house” for pizza & beer, Johnson indulged his passion for Dixieland jazz and added live ragtime music to mix, featuring banjos and player pianos throughout his rapidly expanding franchise. As the concept caught on, the Shakey’s name became synonymous with the World’s Greatest Pizza™ along with light-hearted slogans such as “You’ll have fun at Shakey’s, also pizza,” and “You can feed your face at any old place, but you can warm your heart at Shakey’s.”*http://www.shakeys.com/History.aspx
Yes, their Pizza is very nice, and the price also reasonable, in fact, there are a lot of customers in Yokohama Shakey’s on the day.
From our Japanese point of view, it’s typical American style, means very comfortable space and food, although Japanese have complete different culture.
One of the most famous character in Japan is “Rilakkuma“.
And this year Rilakkuma is 10th adversary, so a lot of goods will be sold!!!
Our staff who is the guy also become frenetic!!
You can see a lot of Rilakkuma goods at here
First of all, I should say Thank you!!, because a lot of people who saw or knew his challenge, such as blog readers, friends, colleagues, say “don’t mid”,”Never give up”,”Try!!” and gave him advise.
You can see in the movie, this 5th day’s challenge was disaster anyway…
But I know he can do it and will try again!!
Broiled pig innards on skewers is one of the most popular food in Japan.
The argument is that offal, which before the World War II had been either discarded or used as fertilizer, was grilled and eaten by Korean female factory workers in Japan and became what is now known as horumonyaki, and that therefore the custom of grilling offal (small intestine) originated not in Korea but Japan. (weblio)
It’s so delicious and healthy food!!
You may know what kind of food A usual Asian Japanese guy eat from this movie!
He ate Japanese food, Chinese food, German food, Italian food, French food, and American food while these couple of months.
Yes, this is typical Japanese style, Japanese accept every kind of food, and sometime mix it!!
Unfortunately he didn’t eat South East Asian food, but of course a lot of Japanese like these food!!