Understanding Japanese buddhism: bosatsu
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Illustrating Japan, Japan Culture facts, JST Video

Painting Japanese buddhism and religions | Traditions and culture in Japan

Japanese buddhism and religions Hi and welcome back! Today, I want to have a quick - and easy - chat about Buddhism: I talk about the figures of Bodhisattva, which in Japan are called bosatsu 菩薩.In the...

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What to do and where to go in Hiroshima Japan
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Field 2014, Field Journal, Japan Culture facts, Japan Travel Tips, JST Video

#5 things to do in Hiroshima

What to do in Hiroshima? Hi, and welcome back! Today we go back to Hiroshima, because I think the city is a lovely place to explore even beyond the Memorial Peace Museum. #5 things to do...

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Understanding Japanese buddhism: Jizo
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Illustrating Japan, Japan Culture facts, JST Video

Illustrating Japan | Jizo Bosatsu in Watercolor

Happy new year to all of you! I hope this 2019 began with energy and peace. Today I share with you something different, that involves paper, pencils, watercolors and off course Japan! Illustrating Japan For this new...

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Tips on Japanese Language from a non expert
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Japan Culture facts, Japan Travel Tips, JST Video

Tips on Japanese language from a non-expert

Hi, and welcome back! When you travel to Japan, one of the first concern is how to communicate with people there, how to ask for help or information. So, here I want to share with...

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Online course to discover Japanese culture and tradition
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Events, Japan Culture facts, Japan Travel Tips

First Time Japan | Online course on Japanese culture

THE TIME HAS COME... THE FIRST ONLINE COURSE ABOUT JAPANESE CULTURE IS HERE! I apologize for all these capital letters, they look a little loud; but the announcement is huge, it really is! I've been...

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Anthropology facts, Field Journal, Japan Culture facts, JST Video

Japanese religions facts: who are the itako shamans?

Japanese religions are an interesting topics, being so rich in variations and local traditions; I know, I already discussed this topic plenty, but honestly I think I didn't quite give you a proper introduction...

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