Wandering into the narrow alleys of Japanese culture, try sake wine, attend a tea ceremony … and feel more deeply about the beautiful cherry blossom country.
This unique rice wine is the national essence of Japan. The way of mixing wine was discovered thousands of years ago and still plays an important role in Japanese culture and beliefs. In every festival held at Japanese temples, there is the presence of Sake.
How to order Japanese’s Masu cup
Sake is for sipping and enjoying. There are hundreds of Sake factories in Japan with different flavors. Each wine requires a suitable taste for different types of glasses such as Masu cups, different ways of preservation: hot, cold or at room temperature. Indeed, visitors to Japan are often advised to participate in Sake tasting courses to learn more about the most popular wine in this country.
2. Tea Ceremony
Traditional Tea Ceremony is an extremely ancient tradition in Japan. Each step in the brewing process must be careful in every detail, drinking tea must follow four criteria: harmony, respect, purity and calm.
The organizer of the tea ceremony wants to give tea drinkers an experience of purity, serenity, and simplicity in their hearts. All the elements in the tea room are in harmony with each other to say this: from the accompanying food, tea utensils to the vase and painting on the wall.
A lot of tourists want to take part in a traditional tea ceremony upon arrival in Kyoto, arguably Japan’s most elegant and ancient city. The tea that Japanese people often use in these tea parties is Matcha with a bitter taste, small sweets will be served to match the bitter taste of Matcha.
Japanese geisha are a unique charm, especially in Kyoto city. Geisha, who are semi-technocratic but not busted singers have been very popular since the 19th century and are today a cultural icon in Japan.
Coming to the old town of Kyoto, you can meet Geisha in private clubs or on the street in the early morning or late afternoon.
4. Fuji Mountain
Fuji is a famous mountain for a long time and has the highest height in Japan. This is a fast asleep volcano and its most recent eruption was 300 years ago. This is one of Japan’s iconic landscapes and is considered to be one of the three holy mountains.
Visitors to Japan can easily participate in climbing tours of Fuji. Each year, this god mountain welcomes 300,000 visitors, in the climbing season from June to August. In other seasons of the year, the snow is very heavy and the weather changes erratically, so the climbing is temporary. stop.
Sushi is Japan’s most famous dish in the world.
There are many different types of sushi, prices range from affordable to extremely high, you can enjoy the freshest sushi at the fish market or a famous restaurant of Japan’s leading sushi artists. Visitors to Japan have many ways to learn and experience sushi, in addition to enjoying, you can learn a basic sushi making course.
Sumo is a traditional sport honored by the people of Japan. It is a national sport. With a history of hundreds of years ago and associated with many religious activities, Sumo battles often symbolize religious elements. Gladiators must adhere to the extremely strict regime.
Onsen or hot baths in Japan are an unforgettable experience for visitors. Traditional bathhouses have sprung up in every corner of Phu Tang, some are open-air baths, waterfalls and mud baths. Mineral water from Japanese mineral springs is said to be very beneficial for health.
8. Modern youth culture
Japan has a long history and tradition, but it is also known for its colorful and impressive modern culture.
Drop by the streets of Tokyo and you will learn more about the lives of Japanese youth groups. Especially in Harajuku Street, where young people wear Cosplay fashion like characters in cartoons, comics and experience all the styles that fashion capitals in the world like England or France.