If you are interested in Japanese traditional culture "道 : DOU", recommend this content! At “IS JAPAN COOL? DOU”, nine forms of DOU — intangible Japanese cultural assets — are introduced through the experiences of nine masters who have attained preeminence in each field of DOU.
What is DOU? The spirituality, skills/techniques, forms, and manners have long been a valuable asset to the country, passed down from generation from generation in an intangible manner. A deeper understanding and a new perspective of the true nature of Japan by introducing “the way of life”, hereby referred to as DOU, valued greatly in traditional Japanese culture.
When we become a society person, we learn business manner. Even though the meaning of Japanese is the same, there are words that newcomers should not speaks their seniors and bosses. Please be careful as it changes with who you speak!
Dewa Sanzan, refers to Hagurosan, Gassan, Yudonosan. It is a major mountain that divides "Dewanokuni (current Yamagata / Akita)" between east and west. It is a popular place as a sightseeing spot and place of mountain worship. Even now, many examinees and worshipers visit.
In Japan, the declining birthrate and the aging population are proceeding. As the number of children has decreased, schools have been integrated, and the number of school buildings that are no longer being used has increased. And now, attempts to reuse school buildings that are no longer used as schools are being promoted in various places.
Do you know Oshima Tsumugi? It is a fabric that is known worldwide as one of the world's three largest fabrics alongside the French gobelins and Persian carpets.