Kintsugi workshop in shin-koenji

Hello everyone ^^,   This Wednesday we (Chris and Erik) went to a kintsugi workshop and set up two damaged Meiji era (1868-1912) sake / tea cups ^^.   What is kintsugi? Kintsugi (or Kintsukuroi) is an old Japanese ship of arranging the broken things, making them more beautiful. In kintsugi, broken bowls are reattached … Continue reading Kintsugi workshop in shin-koenji


3 Days Trip Traveled by Seishun 18 Kippu (青春18切符) — 2016 Summer!

This was not my first time to use Seishun 18 Kippu(青春18切符), but my second time. This is under Japan Railway Company, you can use it for whole local or rapid lines under JR for 5 journeys only cost 11850yen, which means 2370yen per journey only. *For more details, please check with Japan Railway Company's website. … Continue reading 3 Days Trip Traveled by Seishun 18 Kippu (青春18切符) — 2016 Summer!

Japanese Culture Experience – Omikoshi (お神輿)!

Nakano Hikawa Jinja Shrine(中野氷川神社) has a biggest Matsuri (Festival / Event) every year in the middle of September. And this time, YADOYA Staffs & Guests were joined this Matsuri / Event almost whole day, please see our photos below:   *This photo was shooting by Laurent Perge.   Omikoshi is a portable Shinto Shrine, which … Continue reading Japanese Culture Experience – Omikoshi (お神輿)!