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She is in my 5th year of living in Germany. Not forgetting the spirit of Wa, she is engaged in Japanese cultural activities that involve ikebana and kimono. She will continue to devote herself to spread the beauty of Japan and to pass it on to the next generation.

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  • 2017.09.21
  • The Kitchen Kingdom
  • German system kitchens boast world leading quality with excellent functionality and durability thanks to technology developed over a long period. German kitchen brands first began to succeed around Europe in the 1950s and 60s, and they played a major role in the rapid growth of the German economy. There are currently 76 kitchen manufacturers in Germany, and a very high proportion of sales are exports.
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  • 2017.09.08
  • The Eastern Alps
  • The Alps, one of the most famous mountain ranges in the world, traverse 1,200 km east-west across the center of Europe (Slovenia at the eastern end and France at the western end), with Mont Blanc (4,810 m) the highest of its peaks.
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  • 2017.08.11
  • Berry Season
  • As spring turns to summer and the strawberry harvest begins to dwindle, we welcome the arrival of berry picking season. In Japan, raspberries are gathered mainly in Hokkaido and Nagano prefecture. Germany, which is on the same latitude as Hokkaido, has an optimal climate for berries.
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  • 2017.06.21
  • 16th Annual Japan Day  (Japan-Tag)
  • Dusseldorf was blessed with perfect weather this year during its annual Japan Day (Japan-Tag) event—with blue skies and temperatures around 65ºF (18ºC). Some 650,000 people came from Germany and even neighboring countries to celebrate.
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  • 2017.05.30
  • Cycling
  • May in eco-friendly Germany is when fresh green shoots appear on the trees, and many head off on a cycling trip with a flutter in the heart. Cycl
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  • 2017.05.24
  • Maibaum (maypole)
  • The word maibaum is made up of two German words, mai for “May” and baum for “tree.” On April 30, the day before May Day, a maibaum (maypole) is erected in the square of each city and town.
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  • 2017.04.11
  • Spring Flower Exhibition
  • A flower exhibition sponsored by the Cologne branch of Ikebana International was held Wednesday through Saturday, March 15–18, 2017, at the Volkshochschule (VHS), a school that teaches language and culture to adults in Leverkusen.
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  • 2017.04.04
  • Black salsify
  • Root vegetables are commonly eaten in Japan as they are thought to be good for the gut. Burdock, for example, is an especially vital ingredient of kinpira dishes and stews, and is
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  • 2017.03.21
  • A Dutch Garden Center
  • Unlike Japan, Germany’s department stores and shops close on Sundays and holidays, which unfortunately makes the cities quite dull on those days. But because the Dusseldorf suburbs are
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  • 2017.03.13
  • Rheinisch
  • The best-selling local newspaper in Düsseldorf is the Rheinische Post, and the  Düsseldorf area is referred
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  • 2016.12.13
  • Hexenhaus
  • Grimm Fairy Tales, which were actually published under the name Kinder- und Hausmärchen, or Children’s and Household Tales,
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  • 2016.03.29
  • Ostern (A German Easter)
  • The festival of Easter – which has recently gained popularity even in my homeland of Japan – is called “Ostern” in German. It’s a highly important festival,
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  • 2016.03.01
  • German Carnival
  • When you think of carnivals, Rio in Brazil is quite famous, but they are actually such a major festival event in Germany that they are considered the fifth season  
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  • 2016.02.12
  • Skihalle Neuss
  • Germany’s first ever artificial ski slope was built in the town of Neuss, a short distance from Düsseldorf. Three hundred meters long, 60 meters wide and
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  • 2015.08.14
  • Funfair
  • In Germany, a funfair called Kirmes comes to various cities. Kirmes, a word derived from “Kirchmesse” (church mass), is said to have started with street stalls and
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  • 2015.06.26
  • Japan Day Düsseldorf / NRW
  • Greetings.Since I live in the suburban area of Düsseldorf, Germany, I’d like to write about Japan Day, Europe’s largest festival of its kind for introducing
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