Each country has its own traditions and culture, which can not affect the clothing of a particular nation. In Japan there is a traditional outfits for festivals, casual wear, various accessories that are not only extraordinarily beautiful, but have deep historical roots. Stay on the most famous Japanese clothing – kimono.
The kimono is a national dress of Japan in the form of a robe, which is fastened at the waist with a special belt, called Obi, and the sleeve has a width exceeding the thickness of the hands. Kimono has straps and twine, which are used instead of buttons. The length of such gown might vary, but usually reaches the ankles. Kimono is worn by both men and women. Dressed in kimono always on the right side. And the Obi is wrapped several times around the body and tie a bow.
The traditional dress has more than twelve elements that need to dress in a certain way. And for holidays and important events, are invited to attend even a special costume that should have nothing like a special license to perform this type of work.
Today, Japanese women abandoned complex multilayer garments, and began to wear kimono in one or two layers. Full set kimono dress for weddings or formal events.
The Japanese pay great attention not only cover clothes, but also its symbolism. In Japan, Continue reading
Japanese cuisine or ethnic cuisine of Japan can be described only by two words – an exquisite beauty. Recipes cooking quite simple and they are more subject to the external design of the dish, rather than the complex and intricate technologies of a traditional cuisine. Heat treatment of the Japanese in creating culinary masterpieces is minimal. For example, the traditional Japanese fish and seafood quite often added to dishes in their raw form.
The preparation of traditional Japanese food is real art, in which cook, like a real artist creates beautiful masterpieces. But do not think that the cooking of national dishes at home is an impossible task. All with accuracy Yes on the contrary. To make your own hands Japanese food is easy, only follow the instructions of recipes. If they are provided with step by step , even beginners in cooking will not experience any difficulty in creating Japanese dishes!
The basis of cooking in Japan is rice. Boiled, steamed, fried types used throughout the day (Breakfast, lunch and dinner). Brought it into the country in the second century BC. The greatest spread that culture has received from the eighth to the twelfth century, becoming an integral part of the diet of the rich. Rice later entered the lives of ordinary people. Continue reading