Japanese cuisine is one of the most original and unique in the world. Japanese food is very simple, thermal processing is minimal, and maximum attention is paid to the preservation of the natural appearance and taste of the product. Often the preparation is as simple as cutting the product, without any processing, mixing in one dish large number of ingredients also. Another feature characteristic of the ritualism of the process of absorption of food – not only that, the menu is bound to vary depending on the time of year and the abundance of rules of conduct at the table and handling the units are usually baffled most Europeans.
The basis of Japanese cuisine – fried rice, which is absolutely not salted, but is accompanied by various sauces and condiments. It is served in a separate bowl, almost all dishes as a garnish, and is often used as an independent meal, varying the taste by using spices. The most popular dish of rice, no doubt, “sushi” (“sushi”) – rice balls-rolls with different fillings (over 200 species), and rice balls “onigiri” or rice cakes “mochi”. Not less popular rice a special kind of noodle made from buckwheat flour – “soba” (“sobo”), which serves both cold and hot, fried and boiled in broth and with vegetables. Continue reading
Japan is known for its abundance of tradition, here and new year’s holidays was not an exception. Want to know what are the traditions of New year in Japan happened in the past and have now? Then please read on.
Honored traditions of Japan’s past
New year looking forward and honored in Japan. It is a celebration of the holidays, although we can not say that it is celebrated noisily and in a big way. Such intensity not characteristic of the inhabitants of the land of the Rising Sun. Everything happens simply and modestly. The Japanese have learned and European customs of the New year – to celebrate the holiday on the night of 31 December to first of January, but they hold sacred their ancient traditions .
The main attribute of the Japanese New year is kadomatsu – “pine at the entrance”. The Japanese way to welcome the deity of the New year Toshigami. Also the Japanese be sure to pull the rope in front of the house. They believe that the evil spirit will not be able to enter their home and harm them. Keep the well-being of the house of arrows Hama, which detailed the Japanese are reserved in advance.
At 12 am start to ring the bells of the temples. Velvet sounds Continue reading
To learn the art of love and sex in Japan require stolknutsya and to get acquainted with Eastern philosophy in General. The art of love and sex fully owned Japanese geisha and prostitutes (Yuza) and those are revered by society stratum of the population. A perfect myth of the geisha, sozdannyi Europeans that a geisha is completely subordinated to the man and satisfy his any whim and lust, with a mistake adding them to prostitutes. If geisha and has sex it is only in rare cases, and almost always by mutual desire, or even of love and one man. Professional prostitutes. which just learn the art of love in Japan – Yuzu.
In addition to numerous modalities and techniques to bring the man to orgasm, in its Arsenal, Japanese prostitutes had a bunch of amulets, herbs, aromas repeatedly reinforcing feelings of pleasure. Well-versed in the increases the potency in men. And always, their efforts have focused primarily on feelings of men, to feel himself Emperor, meaningful and satisfied is the ultimate goal of prostitutes.
Later many varieties of geisha, on the European and American way, this is the geisha secretaries and barmaids. Next to tea houses appeared on the American way of coffee shops, where beautiful Japanese waitresses could udovolstviye Continue reading