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L'omikuji 御御籤 and the prediction of Fortune

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In ultra-modern Japan, where everyone runs and lives a busy life, the Japanese still stop in the temples to pray and find out what the future holds for them thanks to the omikuji, the sheets that predict luck.

Naginatajutsu 長刀 術 Martial Art with the Japanese Spear

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A martial art a little different from the classic ones but with great charm and following. An ancient Japanese discipline used in war since 712 AD that came to the present day turned into an important sport.

Raijin 雷神 and Fujin 風神 the God of Thunder and the God of Wind

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Among the most important and well-known deities in Japan, Raijin and Fujin through the centuries have always had an important presence in Japanese culture and society. By transcending religion and folklore we can now find them almost everywhere as in commerce (clothing, gadgets, accessories, ect.) And in entertainment.

inkan 印鑑 o hanko 判子 how you "sign" in Japan

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In Japan, for the stipulation and signing of important contracts, such as rents, telephone contracts or the opening of a bank or postal account, they don't use its own signature but the inkan 印鑑 or hanko 判 子 are used. Let's see what they are and how they are used and if even foreigners can have one.

Ojigi おじぎ Bow in Japan forms and meanings

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Bowing in Japan to greet, to welcome or to apologize is part of this culture since ancient times and is truly rooted in every Japanese. We'll see the differences that exist, because the bow in Japan is not all the same, it changes according to the circumstances and whoever is in front of it.

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