Seven strange things about Japanese weddings, giant wisteria, and how to live forever

Here are the features that came out in the May-June 2021 Japanagram

Author Jonelle Patrick

Hello, friend! It’s me, Jonelle. Here are the features that Japanagram subscribers enjoyed in May/June…

Seven things you didn’t know about Japanese weddings

Barbie themed Japanese wedding dress

From fake priests to Barbie princess gowns, Japanese weddings are a whole different ballgame…read more

Come for the purple, stay for the lights

Giant wisteria at Ashikaga Flower Park

The Ashikaga Flower Park not only boasts insanely huge wisteria, it bursts with equally wonderful flower displays and nighttime illuminations in other seasons too. The grounds are filled with meandering paths and reflecting pools, so every photo delivers double the wow…read more

The Thing I Learned Today: How to live forever, Japanese style

Kabuki Star

You know those “artist names” that get passed down from one generation to the next in Japan? I always assumed those were about art. That the passing of the torch was all about choosing the most gifted artist of the next generation to take their predecessor’s place at the top of the…read more

Japanese Home Cooking: Ginger-Soy Steak Sauce

Ginger-Soy Steak Sauce

Grill up your favorite meat and give it a fresh new taste by dipping it in this easy but oh-so-tasty Japanese steak sauce! Or you can eat it yakiniku style, wrapped in a lettuce leaf with a slather of tangy miso…read more

Book Review: Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

Cover of Klara and the Sun

The latest novel by Nobel prizewinner Kazuo Ishiguro explores what it means to be human, through the character of Klara, an artificially intelligent android bought to be a companion for a gravely ill girl…read more

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The Last Tea Bowl Thief was chosen as an Editor’s Pick for Best Mystery, Thriller & Suspense on Amazon

For three hundred years, a missing tea bowl passes from one fortune-seeker to the next, changing the lives of all who possess it…read more

“A fascinating mix of history and mystery.” —Booklist

Jonelle Patrick writes mystery novels set in Tokyo, the monthly Japanagram newsletter, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had

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