Here are the features that came out in the July-August 2021 Japanagram
Hello, friend! It’s me, Jonelle. Here are the features that Japanagram subscribers enjoyed in July/August…
Seasonal Secret: The most delightful summer festival in all of Japan is all about…goldfish!
There’s nothing more traditional than ogling insanely fancy (and expensive!) goldfish and, of course, catching your own…read more
Beond Tokyo: Let’s meander through a park with twenty-three thatch-roofed farmhouses
The Nihon Minka-en Folk House Garden is a jewel of a walk, featuring houses that are thatched in the time-honored way and built without nails. These beauties were brought from all over Japan, and they’re not just fun to look at—you can go inside…read more
Japanese home cooking: Green Salad with Japanese Pickled Onions and Wafu Onion Dressing
There’s nothing more summery than a green salad made with crunchy pickled onions and flavored by a tangy Japanese onion dressing. Add chicken or grilled shrimp for a perfect summer meal…read more
The Thing I Learned Today: How to read a haiku poem
Here are three things that will triple your reading pleasure…read more
Book Review: The Pillow Book by Sei Shōnagon
This collection of jottings on Hateful Things, Things Which Makes One’s Heart Beat Faster, Splendid Things, Things That Gain By Being Painted, Things Which Should Be Large, Oxen Should Have Very Small Foreheads, and much, much more is as amusing now as when it was…read more
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One thought on “How to read a haiku, goldfish galore & a garden of thatch-roofed farmhouses”
I wonder, when Japan can finally open its borders again.