Asakusa (浅草), on the East side of Tokyo, is an area known as “Shitamachi” (literally meaning “low city”), where historically were inhabited by artisans and merchants in the feudal period.
What does Japan Awaits do? Japan Awaits is a travel company and land operator that organizes tours and experiences throughout Japan. Known as the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’, Japan is a country where the past meets the future. Japanese …
Geisha, also known as geiko, are iconic to Japan. Although they have been around since the Edo period, some 400 years ago, geisha are still as mysterious and alluring to locals and foreigners alike to this day.
The kimono (きもの) is a traditional garment that literally means the “thing to wear” in Japanese. Kimono are worn by women, men and children, sometimes daily or on special occasions.
Come join well-known award-winning bento artist and JSIA-certified instructor, Shirley Wong @littlemissbento, and make these cute deco-sushi characters!
- Page 2 of 2