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The Bakezōri (化け草履) or the ghost sandal

Those strange footsteps you hear around your house at night might actually be today's : the Bakezōri (化け草履) or the "ghost-sandal". "APPEARANCE: Straw sandals, known as zōri, and o.

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Learn hiragana the fun and moe way with moekana! Moekana are a set of cards to help folks learn the basic Japanese syllabary: hiragana. The cards feature the characters of the TV show and website produced by Danny Choo called Culture Japan who.

You super cool? Cooler than samurai and ninja?

I know you’re already met them during our campaign period, but still~ Tadaa~ Our all-original kokeshi characters!

the dance of fools... not having control over yourself??? the awkward 'dance' one does when perusing someone?

“The Awa Dance Festival (阿波踊り / Awa Odori) is held from 12 to 15 August as part of the Obon festival in Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku in Japan. Awa Odori is the largest dance festival in Japan, attracting over million tourists every.

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The furisode (振袖) is a style of kimono that is made of very fine, brightly colored silk, and is commonly rented or bought by parents for their daughters to wear when celebrating Coming of Age Day the year they turn

i might be lazy, but i really really love to read. i can go places without even leaving my spot. :)

Little Miss Paint Brush

i might be lazy, but i really really love to read. i can go places without even leaving my spot. :)

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