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Setomono
To grasp the importance of the city of Seto when it comes to pottery in Japan, you only need to look at one word: ‘Setomono.’ It is the universally used Japanese term for pottery, encompassing all pottery, not just the pottery specifically from Seto. A selection of Setomono pieces Pottery from Japan dated to 10,000 B.C. is the oldest known in the world. Moreover, the story of Jomon pottery is...
A small town nestled on the banks of a tranquil river, with a castle atop a low hill, and streets lined with dark wooden houses. Inuyama is a place where you can experience Japan from another era, with its ancient traditions and masterful craftsmanship such as colorful festivals, pottery, and mechanical puppets. Inuyama Castle: a National Treasure Gorgeous View of Inuyama Castle during spring Inuyama Castle, built in 1537 by...
Are you looking for a place rich in history, with a great atmosphere and excellent food options? Do you want modern entertainment and experience spirituality? Then you need to visit the Osu Shopping Streets! It’s an area that encompasses all of these things and more, making it one of the most popular destinations in Nagoya for tourists and locals alike.  Let’s Uncover the History of the Osu Shopping Streets Osu...
Sake bottles
Sake is deeply connected to Japanese culture and many of Japan’s traditions and customs. From ancient times Sake has been offered to the Gods calling it the “Drink of the Gods”. It has deep ties to religion, ceremonies, traditions, and everyday social interaction. Making a toast with Atsukan, warm Sake On the surface, Sake may seem simple, restrained, or perhaps even plain, but digging a little deeper you will discover...
Nagoya Sweets - Uiro
Do you love sweets and trying them wherever you go? Then, you are at the right place! In this post, we will take you on a sweets journey through Nagoya. We will start with a very brief introduction to sweets in Japan and then continue with the historical development of Japan’s sweets scene. Next, we will look closely at Nagoya’s famous Wagashi. Finally, we will provide you with a guide...
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