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(4K) Street Food in Japan 🇯🇵 Kikugawa Night Market 🍵 Famous for Green Tea

(4K) Street Food in Japan 🇯🇵 Kikugawa Night Market 🍵 Famous for Green Tea

Hey guys. Welcome back to my channel. Today, I’m going to the Kikugawa night market. I hope you enjoy and comment to this video. This beautiful temple are near Kikugawa station. Alright, you know I’m studying English, so please tell me if I was mistake. And you can turn off this s**t subtitle if you …

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OMATSURI POPIN’ COOKIN’ Japanese Candy Kit makes miniature Japanese festival treats

OMATSURI POPIN’ COOKIN’ Japanese Candy Kit makes miniature Japanese festival treats

Greetings, my lovelies. Hi it’s Emmy. Welcome back to another Whatcha Eatin’! This is the series that started it all! If you’ve missed my previous episodes of Whatcha Eatin, which I did back when I was in Japan, I shall point you to the playlist which includes, I think, over 200 videos of these Japanese …

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Korea-Japan Hanmadang Festival 2019 kicks off amid frayed ties

Korea-Japan Hanmadang Festival 2019 kicks off amid frayed ties

despite South Korea and Japan’s deteriorating ties the largest cultural exchange events between the two countries kicked off in so this Sunday attended by high-level diplomats from both sides arching day has the highlights from the festival Seoul and Tokyo should settle their ongoing trade and diplomatic dispute through dialogue and cooperation that was a …

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China’s Mid-Autumn Festival Origins – Chang’e & Houyi

China’s Mid-Autumn Festival Origins – Chang’e & Houyi

It’s Mid-Autumn Festival time China’s second largest traditional holiday. People travel back home to be with their family, eat moon-cakes and just have a good time. The festival is intrinsically linked the folk tale of Houyi and the moon goddess Chang’e, every Chinese person knows the legend. The only problem though, everybody tells it differently. …

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Gion Matsuri Festival in Kyoto! | Video Japan Guide

Gion Matsuri Festival in Kyoto! | Video Japan Guide

There are more than 100,000 festivals held in Japan every year. While most of them are small local events, some are truly breathtaking. Gion Matsuri festival is definitely one of the latter. It is the best summer tradition in Kyoto, and is held throughout July with many fascinating sub-events. One of the many things that …