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What is?Setsubun (節分)?

Setsubun literally means "division of seasons," but now? Japanese call only the division of winter and spring "Setsubun," and it usually falls on February 3. You may think it's far away from the beginning of spring, but that's because Setsubun is derived from the old lunar calendar.

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Posted by: Lim (January 30, 2021 4:43 PM) | Permalink

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Hello you guys!

It's AYA! Long time no write.

I'd like to show you beautiful Japanese Sakura from last year.
I know it's not the season for Sakura right now.

But If you see these pictures, you feel in Japan★

↓This is one of the biggest Sakura in 2020!

?It has located near the hotel in Ikebukuro.

I hope this beautiful Sakura blooming this year too and take a picture and sharing for you★

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Posted by: Aya (January 26, 2021 6:23 PM) | Permalink

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Hi,
This is Kazuki from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

I've been spending more time at home than before and
I'd like to show you what i'm into these days!


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Posted by: Kazuki (January 25, 2021 5:44 AM) | Permalink

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At Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro we provided lots of cultural events for our guests to have a deeper understanding of the Japanese culture.??

This time we went to?Kawagoe (#川越?) which is also known as the Small Edo!? We visited Yojyuin (#養寿院?) to do Zazen(#座禅).

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Posted by: Lim (January 20, 2021 9:00 AM) | Permalink

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Hi, it's Sumire!

Have you been to a shrine in Japan?

Since we greeted the New Year, I went to the shrine near my house in Saitama prefecture last week.

As you know that we have special annual culture called "Hatsumode"(初詣).

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Posted by: Sumire (January 18, 2021 6:20 PM) | Permalink

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Hoy solo voy a poner algunas pocas fotos de diversos tentempiés que he disfrutado estos días.?
Espero que cuando visiten Japón se animen a probar muchas de los snacks, helados, galletas, chocolatinas y demás que podrán encontrar en las tiendas.

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Estos días que se pasa el tiempo tranquilamente en casa calentito es el momento ideal para disfrutar de un delicioso helado. El Yukimidaifuku es un clásico de los helados en todo Japón. Salió al mercado en 1980 y se trata de dos bolas de helado de vainilla recubierta de Mochi, algo muy simple pero muy bueno.
Existen variaciones de sabor fresa, chocolate, matccha, etc.
Como son dos también es ideal para compartir, trae un pequeño cubierto de plástico rosa para consumirlo con comodidad.
Si vienen a Japón seguramente lo verán en las tiendas y supermercados, no duden en probarlo, además es muy económico!

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El famoso snack de arroz con sabor a gamba Ebisen ha lanzado una versión bañada en chocolate (y no es la primera vez).
Bueno, no sé decir si me gusta o no, cuanto menos es un sabor bastante curioso y tampoco está malo...?
¿Alguien se atrevería a probarlo?


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Posted by: Manuel (January 16, 2021 8:46 AM) | Permalink

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