話題のL型靴下が購入可能です!You can purchase L shape socks!

話題のL型靴下が購入可能です!You can purchase L shape socks!

密かに話題で以前、Japanese styleでも紹介しました日本製L型靴下がリンクより購入可能になりました!!小ロットでの入荷ですのでお早めに!!サイズは25-27cmとなっていますが、靴下ですので24-28cmくらいまで対応可能だそうです。

The L shape socks that is getting public attention in Japan, and I wrote article about before, can get the link online shop now!! In oversea customer case, please contact with owner shop before press buying button!!

Japanese instant noodle

Instant SOBA noodle in cup

As you also have your own instant noodle culture, we Japanese have it!!

Because, when we see the history of instant noodle in CUP, I can say it’s a Japanese culture!! – at least a lot of Japanese believe it, although I’m not sure whether somebody say NO or not.

The first instant noodle in cup was developed by Nissin food company in Japan 1971, the name is “CUP NOODLE”. I know the “CUP NOODLE” series is soled in all over the world, then the taste and others has originality by each country.

For example, Japanese and other Asian countries CUP NOODLE has long length noodle, but Europe one is short, like pasta, isn’t it? So CUP NOODLE is very famous and popular miracle brand of food, anyway.

Just for refer, there are a lot of instant noodle in cup manufacture in Japan as well as other countries. I introduce big 5 companies in this field in Japan.

1: Nissin ( [CUP NOODLE] )

2: Toyo-suisan (Maru-chan)

3: Myo-jyo 

4: Sanyo ( Sapporo ichiban)

5: Ace cock

FYI : the noodle in cup you saw in the movie is Sanyo food made, the name “Curry Nanban SOBA”.

We can see Japanese “Manga” culture’s origin

Socks Socks Socks!!

Here is Japanese Socks company’s show room!!

There are lots of style and print on there… I know that this is almost same situation with other countries, but what’ the point of Japanese style is MIX, so the key word should be MIX.

It means there are from simple socks to fashionable, colorful one at same place, and the brand nationality also complicated.

Japanese adopt every culture, then make own culture from there!!

What I felt in this movie is this situation leads to Manga or Otaku culture that typical current Japanese origin culture.

I wanna learn about Otaku mind more and more as one of Japanese!!

 

Japanese Furikake – a seasoned powder for sprinkling over rice

a seasoned powder for sprinkling over rice

We have very useful food, the name “Furikake”  – a seasoned powder for sprinkling over rice.

a seasoned powder for sprinkling over rice

a seasoned powder for sprinkling over rice

This is because…

  1. just open and put it on the rice
  2. the rice become very delicious!!
  3. and can take nutrition, thanks Food companies developed the technology

The photo and video is the example of Frikake that is Wasabi taste, so bit spicy.

But I think the most popular Furikake in Japan is Nori-tama – seaweed and egg flavor, I used to eat it in Childhood!!

Enjoy Furikake life when you come Japan!!

Outstanding SOCKS from Japan with advanced technology

functional socks

Today, I’m pleased to introduce one marvelous product to you, it’s SOCKS!!

intelligent socks

functional socks

You may say these are usual SOCKS, there are no special visually… BUT

If the socks…

  • do not slip down,
  • do not tighten your foot too much,
  • and are not wrinkled, how do you feel?

Is it nice for you? I believe you agree it!!

intelligent socks

“L” is the point!!

As you can see, the shape of socks like “L” !! Please check your socks right now, you know it’s not “L” shape but like “く”…yes?

When we learn about the structure of foot, it’s absolutely “L” at usual standing position.

But because usual socks is not “L” shape, so I can say “Your socks is not fit for you!!”

To be honest, everybody who work on SOCKS company know it..but unfortunately “L” shape require a special technology for making.

This made in Japan socks become true the ideal of SOCKS!

This is the reason why I’m proud of introducing this Japanese product to you!!

intelligent socks

functional socks

Japanese Matsuri – Mikoshi

Japanese festival, Mikoshi

A mikoshi is a divine palanquin. Shinto followers believe that it serves as the vehicle to transport a deity in Japan while moving between main shrine and temporary shrine during a festival or when moving to a new shrine. Often, the mikoshi resembles a miniature building, with pillars, walls, a roof, a veranda and a railing. From Wikipedia.

This movie was taken by Katsu company staff.
The day was Japanese national foundation day, and the Mikoshi finally went to Meiji Jingu Shrine to celebrate with Tenno.