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Posted 2/25/08
Mostly everything
The fashions, the anime, the culture, its just so different from america
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Posted 3/22/08

The tea ceremony (Sado) is a ritual way of preparing and drinking tea. The custom has been strongly influenced by Zen Buddhism.

Nowadays, the tea ceremony is a relatively popular kind of hobby. Many Japanese who are interested in their own culture, take tea ceremony lessons with a teacher. Tea ceremonies are held in traditional Japanese rooms in cultural community centres or private houses.

The ceremony itself consists of many rituals that have to be learned by heart. Almost each hand movement is prescribed. Basically, the tea is first prepared by the host, and then drunken by the guests. The tea is bitter matcha green tea made of powdered tea leaves.

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Posted 3/25/08
I love their street fashion, the food, their culture, the anime, and many more!
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Posted 3/28/08
Food, Climate, Cosplay, Manga, Jdorama, Highschool Uniform.
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Posted 3/29/08
hmm.. the food(yumm...), the places (beach,city, and gardens), fashion (style, not just clothes), gadgets (hightech stuff), and the cleanlinesss.. gahh wanna go there so badd... only been to the airport
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Posted 3/31/08

ShunjiHanazawa wrote:

The cherry blossom (sakura) is Japan's unofficial national flower. It has been celebrated for many centuries and takes a very prominent position in Japanese culture.

There are many dozens of different cherry tree varieties in Japan, most of which bloom for just a couple of days in spring. The Japanese celebrate that time of the year with hanami (cherry blossom viewing) parties under the blooming trees.





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Posted 5/1/08
i love the scenery,the snacks and the atmosphere!and also the language!sooo cool!
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Posted 5/4/08
i love their culture, food!!!, and their shows, high school uniform...oh and their language
Posted 5/11/08
Onsens! Their Hot Springs and anything of their traditional nature, like Geisha, and their traditional houses, with tatami mats and rice paper screen doors.
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Posted 5/18/08
Waah, the pictures of the cherry blossoms are great.
What I love about Japan is, first and foremost, the language. I don't know why but of all the languages, I find it the most interesting one and I'd want to learn how to speak in Nihongo someday.
Second, I am interested in their culture and their traditions.
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Posted 7/1/08
I LOVE Everything About Japan
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Posted 7/2/08
I love the language, it's so pertty and cute.
and very different from any western language.
also I find the education in Japan amazing~
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Posted 7/5/08
I love;

- Street fashion
- Audacity in expressing music
- Scenery; everything there seems so refreshing.
- FOOD; their taste in food is bold. SQUID! Yummy. P:
- Shows; Like 'No Laughing Batsu Games'

I believe Japan is a very spirited &happy place. They take bold steps in fashion &technology. I really want to go there. :O
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Posted 7/8/08
i love japanese dramas, anime and manga! basically anything to do wiv japanese entertainment industry i guess... the main reason i want to learn japanese is to understand wad i watch easily
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