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Tanaka Eliza – Sexual practices of the East. Love the geisha.

Sexual practices of the East. Love the geisha

E. Tanaka

Sexual practices of the East. Love the geisha

Undoes the tie,

Takes a long cord,

Still keeps fine aroma,

Here the Unsteady bridge between two worlds.

Erotic Tank

What prompted me to write this book? My constant craving for the secrets and the mysteries of the erotic traditions of the East. It was so great that I had to seriously study Eastern philosophy, history, and culture. And the more I learned, the more admired the “porcelain dolls” tea house, that is the geisha. I was surprised how geisha can combine such a huge variety of qualities. A closer acquaintance with this world, I realized that Japan is an amazing country, shyly and cautiously hiding behind the folds of the kimono the secrets and mysteries of centuries-old traditions of sensual love game. One of the few countries that has developed a rich and distinctive tradition of free relations outside marriage. Undoubtedly, each culture made its own emphasis on the value of sexual practices. But it is a Japanese tradition considered sexual and erotic practices as part of the aesthetic perception Continue reading

City-Go-San children’s festival in Japan — November 15

November 15 or the week that includes November 15. everywhere in Japan you can see the incredibly charming, dressed in bright kimonos kids, hurrying with moms-dads-grandparents to the nearest Church, because in these days we celebrate favorite holiday of the ancient Japanese city-Go-San. The translation of the title is incredibly simple: the city is seven, five, and San is three.

This children’s festival, whose history goes back more than 300 years, is a common birthday for all children, which this year was 3, 5 or 7 years. These odd numbers has always been considered magical in Japan, and their corresponding ages reflected important stages of growing up children.

Holiday city-Go-San accompanies many traditional rituals and traditions. One of the most ancient and important ceremonies for boys and girls from the age of three, was considered the rite kamioki — “saving the hair”. In ancient Japan, in early childhood children are shaved bald, then they grow long beautiful hair, always rightly considered the pride of the Japanese. Day kamioki boys grew their hair so that they could tie at the nape, and girls tied tufts of hair on the sides.

Also in the middle ages in aristocratic families, boys in three years for the first time wore hakama — traditional men’s clothing in the form of wide trousers with pleats. Later, this ceremony has been Continue reading

About the breed – the story of the Chihuahua standard Chi-Hua-Hua

Our story begins in the land of the rising sun – Japan. There in the Imperial Palace there lived a girl-Princess, who was graceful, lively, elegant, friendly dog breed Japanese chin. Proud and proud of Hina was the mascot of the Imperial court. The Princess has never been separated, the dog was so small that the girl could wear her in the wide sleeves of her kimono, the national dress of Japanese women.

It is time of flowering peach trees, a time when all around Japan are celebrating the day of girls. Once in a noble family was invited exorcists, who with the help of special charms were sent all the troubles of people in paper dolls, which were then taken to swim in the river or sea.

Now the houses just satisfied with the exhibition of dolls that are transmitted in families from generation to generation, because it’s a tradition to celebrate the birth of his daughter, giving her this toy.

For the celebration it was decided to invite the Princess of the Chinese Imperial court, along with which came her best friend – a dog of the breed Pekingese. In a luxurious fluffy coat of a Pekingese was irresistible, no wonder it served as the Imperial Chinese decoration of the house, because anywhere else this dog keep and breed were not allowed under penalty of death.

Decorated in a room where Continue reading

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