Saint Valentine is once more galloping towards you on his white horse of love. But if you’re fed up with his boring, odourless roses and tiresome teddys, why not look East for inspiration this year? Read our blog post and embrace a Japanese Valentine’s Day for 2015.
If there’s one thing that is loved all over Japan, it’s a festival. Setsubun, marking the beginning of Spring in Japan, is no exception. This colourful celebration is one of our absolute favourites here at Japan Centre due to its sheer eccentricity; it includes prancing demonic monsters, frantically throwing soy beans and eating sushi facing in a specific direction. Intrigued? Read on…
In the last of our posts on how to achieve a healthier lifestyle by switching to Japanese cuisine, we’ll be casting our eye on some of the wonderful healthy eating options we have right here at Japan Centre.
January is the time to eat right and get fit. Forget the faddy diets and uninspiring work outs, it’s time to try something new. Find out more about Radio Taiso with Japan Centre, and see how you can have fun and get fit at the same time.