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Female" and "male" festivals of Japan: how do they celebrate where the sun rises?
Come the last month of winter, February, and soon would come for him and quickening all around March! "Friends" in our Russia brought some wonderful holidays. It's February 14 –…

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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

Holidays Japan

Day of honoring the elderly in Japan on September 16

— How old are you? — 80. Well, you’re still young, so hop on this place. But I’ve been 85. The dialogue on the bus is still an undeniable fact that on planet Earth the Japanese are in the group of centenarians. According to the results published by the Ministry of labour and social protection in July 2012, the average life expectancy of Japanese people is 79,44 years, and Japanese — to 85.9 years. Until 2010, women held the leading position in the world, and men were at the 4th place. In recent years, speaking of elderly people in Japan have increasingly begun to use the phrase “silver age” (silver age), and I must say that the “silver age” in Japan, in the majority, leads a healthy lifestyle and looking great. And, there is no doubt that Japanese proverb — “to Learn new things, referring to the old” very well reflects the relationship between generations in Japan and allows us to understand that the cult of the older generation, in the best sense of the word, here is very tangible.

All of which reached the country after the devastation left by the second world war, it is obliged to them who are now over 70. So the Day of honoring the elderly (Keiro-no Hi) is a bright and beloved holiday. To celebrate Continue reading

Japan the most amazing country

Apparently, no country in the world does not cause such a surprise, as Japan. It goes back not only sun, but also modern technology, exotic cuisine, and huge cities developing right before our eyes. They say the old gods dipped into the river the sword, and when he got out, four wonderful drops fell from the blade and into the Islands of Japan. The beauty of this country is breathtaking. The majestic cliffs, connecting with the water space, create a special sense of peace and tranquility proud.

Once closed to the world, Japan has maintained a wonderful ancient tradition that amazes travelers with their uniqueness. Along with the modern skyscrapers in Japanese cities spread out rock gardens and old temples. Here you can see a modern and comfortable home, and light “paper” structures, characteristic of ancient Japan.

The country is replete with scenic seaside resorts. Why is only one island of Okinawa, where karate was invented. Tourists from all over the world come here to feel unusual mysterious Japanese culture. The city that is always awake – so the townsfolk called the second largest Japanese megalopolis – Yokohama. It is a major port city, with its enormous number of Buddhist and Shinto temples located in the neighborhood with modern buildings.

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