One of the most beautiful season is the spring. It is the time for walking and admiring flowers of all colors and species in the parks, on the streets or in the fields, especially here in the land of sun rising.
I do not know the name of most flowers, but they are really beautiful.
P.s I belong to the group of those allergic from pollen . Nothing is perfect , unfortunately.
Uma das bonitas estação do ano é a primavera. Tempo de caminhar e admirar flores de toda as espécies e cores nos campos, nas ruas e nos parques, especialmente na terra do sol nascente.
Na maioria das vezes eu não sei o nome das flores, porém as acho muito lindas.
P.s Pertenço a um grupo seleto de pessoas. a de alérgicos, mas nada é perfeito.
Today, Japan is mainly known by anime , Sumo sport, cuisine, geisha wearing those beautiful garments, Samurai , the passion for cats and other things.
[Anime and Manga]
The industry of the entertainment is very creative in creating Anime and Manga. The passion of Japanese for them is so big that you can see people dressed as the characters just for fun and also to attend some kind of event, these people are known like cosplayers. Then, you can see ads in magazines, pamphlets, plates, internet or in anywhere. Bellow, just a few photos from the characters that I found in my house.
P.s. In a universe of thousands characters I met those ones in my house; I could post dozens of photos, but I can’t do it because of copyright and also I myself prefer to take pictures to post in my all social media sites.
Living abroad can be an excited experience for many people and frustrating for others. One of the interesting ways to connect with other’s people culture is throughout the gastronomy . It can give us moments of pleasure around a table to try new dishes hearing and sharing about interesting stories and to dive into new cultures.
Viver no exterior pode ser uma boa experiência para uns e péssima para outros. Uma das melhores maneiras de se conectar com outras culturas é através da gastronomia. Ela pode nos proporcionar momentos de alegria em volta de uma mesa para experimentar novos sabores, escutar e compartilhar boas estórias.
2020 is gone, finally. The first day of 2021 is typically cold on the north hemisphere and very quiet. There is just a few people in the park walking or jogging , then we only can hear the birds singing and watch them flying happily in-between trees and the river that crosses the park.
So, after coming back home, the best thing that we have to do is to stay under the air conditioning drinking a delicious hot coffee, reading, writing and watching some movie, isn’t it?
Happy New Year!
Greetings from Japan.
2020 acabou, enfim. O primeiro dia do ano é tipicamente frio e tranquilo no hemisfério norte. Há poucas pessoas caminhando ou correndo pelo parque, e daí só se pode ouvir o canto dos pássaros e vê-los voando entre as árvores e o riozinho que atravessa o parque.
Então, depois de voltar para casa o melhor para fazer é ficar em casa debaixo do ar condicionado tomando um café quente lendo, escrevendo ou assistindo a um bom filme, não é mesmo?
When I was a child I used to believe in Santa claus, fairy tales and I was delighted with the cartoons about Christmas… Of course, I don’t believe anymore, but I still love the magic atmosphere of Christmas ♪ ♪ ♪
The Japanese cuisine is famous around the world. In most countries, you find a Japanese restaurant, but with some slight difference of taste from the ‘original Japanese cuisine’ according to the country where it is prepared. At least, it was what I noticed when I tried it in Brazil and United States of America, for example. It also happens with other cuisines, when I visited China I drank for the first time the jasmine tea, I just loved it and then, when I came back to Japan I bought one, but its flavor was very different, unfortunately.
Here is the famous yakiniku (the grilled meat) the Japanese barbecue that was introduced by Koreans in Japan. In this restaurant the yakiniku is prepared on a grill and it is accompanied by sauces and it can be eaten with a lot of rice, vegetables and desserts.
Another food that is loved by the Japanese is the seafood. In every supermarket you will find Sashimi, fishes ready to prepare at home.
Patisseries in Japan
The japaneses love to prepare the lunch boxes carefully decorated and also to make sweets and bonbons of varieties formats. See the photos below:
Most photos were taken at Midland Square and vicinities. Here, the sweets are not so sugary like the brazilian ones, for example. I prefer savory food to sweet, I admire the decoration and the delicacy of each sweet, cake and formats of bonbons.