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Sunday, July 31, 2011

ANYTHING ABOUT JAPAN

BULAN: KUE, SAKE, BUNGA DI VAS, TEH
RELIGIUS: BYK ACARA DI TEMPAT IBADAT
adakan acara musik, dll di objek wisata alam (gunung, danau, kebun, taman bunga, pemandian)
festival drum+dance
pameran barang seni
MAKANAN TH BR: KACANG, OMELET, UBI, SARDEN, KUBIS, WORTEL, JAMUR, UDANG, IKAN)
akhir tahun bersih2, kirim gift, ucapan,mochi, mi
jual pernak2 ibadah
mknn natal: ayam, pizza, cake, sushi, ebi, mi

events
jan
1-3 new year visit to shrine
2 tokyo imperial palace
8 ringkas properti th br
sumo festival
feb
3 bean throwing
ume blossom
maraton
mar
3 festival cewe
daruma market
anime fair
apr
minggu1/2 hana matsuri
cherry blossom
mei
# 5 : Suitengu Shrine Reitaisai Festival
Access - Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Suitengu Station

# around 20th : Tokyo Port Festival
Access - Toei Bus or Suijo Bus Harumi Stop

# mid. May : Kanda Matsuri Festival at Kanda Myojin Shrine
Access - JR Ochanomizu Station / Akihabara Station

# the third Friday, Saturday, and Sunday : Sanja Matsuri of Asakusa Shrine
Access - Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station

# The May Grand Sumo Tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo
jun
# the third Friday, Saturday, and Sunday : Sanja Matsuri of Asakusa Shrine
Access - Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station

# The May Grand Sumo Tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo
jul
* early July : Shitamachi Tanabata Festival
Asakusa Kappa Street JR Ueno Station

* 6-8 : Iriya Asagao (Morning Glory) Market
Access - Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Iriya Station

* 9-10 : Hozuki (ground cherry) Market at Asakusa Sensoji Temple
Access - Tokyo Metro Ginza line/Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station

* 13-16 : Yasukuni Shrine Mitama Matsuri

* Top Tokyo Fireworks Displays
aug
* Obon Festival

* early August : Ningyocho Setomono (pottery) Market
Access- Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Ningyocho Station

* 25 : Kameido Tenjin Festival Kameido Tenjinsha
Access - JR Kameido Station

* last Saturday : Asakusa Samba Carnival
Access - Asakusa Station
sep
* late Sep. : Fukuro Matsuri at Ikebukuro
Access - Ikebukuro Station

* The September Grand Sumo Tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo

* Tsukimi - Moon Viewing Events
*Tsukimi is a Japanese custom to view the moon on the night of August 15th in the lunar calendar. It usually falls in September or October.

* Tokyo Game Show
*dates vary
okt
* late Sep. : Fukuro Matsuri at Ikebukuro
Access - Ikebukuro Station

* The September Grand Sumo Tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo

* Tsukimi - Moon Viewing Events
*Tsukimi is a Japanese custom to view the moon on the night of August 15th in the lunar calendar. It usually falls in September or October.

* Tokyo Game Show
*dates vary
nov
* 3 : Tokyo Jidai Matsuri
03- 3844-1221
Access - Asakusa Station

* around 3 : Meiji Jingu Shrine Grand Fall Festival

* 15 : Shichigosan

* Tori-no-ichi Market at Otori Jinja Shrine, Taito-ku
*date varies.

* Fall Foliage Viewing Spots in Tokyo
des
* 14 : Gishi Sai Festival at Sengakuji Temple
Access - Toei Asakusa Line Sengakuji Station

* 15-16 : Setagaya Boro Ichi (flea Market)
Access - Tokyu Line Kamimachi Station

* Christmas Illuminations in Tokyo

* New Year's Eve Events

Traditonal Japanese breakfast consists of steamed rice, miso (soy bean paste) soup, and side dishes. Common side dishes are grilled fish, rolled omelet, pickles, dried seaweed, natto, salad, and more.
Popular Japanese lunch dishes are rice bowls and various noodles. For example, beef bowls, soba noodles, ramen noodles, and udon noodles are popular. Many people bring bento (lunch boxes) to school or work. Popular lunch box menus are rice balls, sushi rolls, steamed rice, and various sandwiches.
dinner sushi or tempura ,Italian, Chinese, Korean, French, and American dishes, spaghetti, hamburgers, and Korean BBQ

Essentials in Japanese Food

Besides rice, seafood is highly consumed in Japan since the country is surrounded by oceans. Seaweed, fish, clams, fish cakes are essential ingredients in Japanese cooking. Dashi soup stock used in Japanese-style meals is made from katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) or konbu (kelp). Other essential ingredients in Japanese cuisine include mushrooms, noodles, beans, ginger, and more. Essential seasonings in Japanese cuisine are soy sauce, mirin (sweet rice wine), miso (bean paste), sake (rice wine), rice vinegar, wasabi (Japanese horseradish), and so on.

egional Japanese food. For example, okonomiyaki in Hiroshima, sanuki udon noodles in Kagawa, miso-katsu (deep fried pork with miso sauce) in Nagoya, kiritanpo in Akita, Kyo-ryori in Kyoto, goya chanpuru in Okinawa, and so on.

Banking, insurance, real estate, retailing, transportation, telecommunications and construction are all major industries.[77] Japan has a large industrial capacity and is home to some of the largest, leading and most technologically advanced producers of motor vehicles, electronic equipment, machine tools, steel and nonferrous metals, ships, chemicals, textiles and processed foods.[72] The service sector accounts for three quarters of the gross domestic product.







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Shigenoi Haruki

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