Japanese Artist: You Shimizu – Part 2
Japanese Artist: You Shimizu – Part 1
Weekly Fun Facts #017
The Art of Suibokuga
Summer is the season where the Japanese would spend more time outdoors, going for festivals and dress up in their festival clothes
Weekly Fun Facts #016
FOOD GUIDE: Kushiage (串揚げ)
Weekly Fun Facts #015
Weekly Fun Facts #014
FOOD GUIDE: Thank you very “Mochi”
FOOD GUIDE: Dobin Mushi (土瓶蒸し)
FOOD GUIDE: Chazuke (茶漬け, ちゃづけ)
FOOD GUIDE: Tamagoyaki (玉子焼き)
CITY GUIDE: Fujiyoshida (富士吉田市)
FOOD GUIDE: Miso Soup (味噌汁)
FOOD GUIDE: Oden (おでん)
CITY GUIDE: Beppu City (別府市)
FOOD GUIDE: Kamameshi (釜飯)
Weekly Fun Facts #012
FOOD GUIDE: Gyoza (餃子)
CITY GUIDE: Izumisano City (泉佐野市)
FOOD GUIDE: Yuba (湯葉)
Weekly Fun Facts #011
Weekly Fun Facts #010
CITY GUIDE: Kobe City (神戸市)
FOOD GUIDE: Suki-Yaki (すき焼き)
CITY GUIDE: Kawagoe City (川越市)
FOOD GUIDE: Yakiniku (焼き肉, 焼肉)
FOOD GUIDE: Teishoku (定食)
CITY GUIDE: Hakodate City (函館市)
CITY GUIDE: Naha City (那覇市)
CITY GUIDE: Nara City (奈良市)
FOOD GUIDE: Shirasu (しらす)
CITY GUIDE: Chiba City (千葉市)
FOOD GUIDE: O-Bento (お弁当)
CITY GUIDE: Narita City (成田市)
Weekly Fun Facts #009
FOOD GUIDE: Unagi and Anago (うなぎ、 あなご)
FOOD GUIDE: Curry (カレー)
CITY GUIDE: Fujisawa City (藤沢市)
CITY GUIDE: Kagoshima City (鹿児島市)
Weekly Fun Facts #008
Weekly Fun Facts #007
FOOD GUIDE: Macrobi (マクロビ)
Weekly Fun Facts #006
CITY GUIDE: Sendai City (仙台市)
FOOD GUIDE: Ramen (ラーメン)
CITY GUIDE: Fukuoka (福岡市)
FOOD GUIDE: Donburi (丼)
FOOD GUIDE: Vegetarian
FOOD GUIDE: Soba (そば , 蕎麦)
Weekly Fun Facts #005
CITY GUIDE: Tokyo (東京)
CITY GUIDE: Nagoya City (名古屋市)
FOOD GUIDE: Kaiseki (懐石, 会席) and Kaiseki-ryōri (懐石料理)
CITY GUIDE: Kyoto City (京都市)
CITY GUIDE: Yokohama City
CITY GUIDE: Sapporo City (札幌市)
Weekly Fun Facts #004
FOOD GUIDE: Tempura (天ぷら, 天麩羅)
FOOD GUIDE: Shabu-shabu (しゃぶしゃぶ)
FOOD GUIDE: Sushi (すし, 寿司, 鮨)
CITY GUIDE: Osaka City (大阪市)
CITY GUIDE: Kumamoto City (熊本市)
City Guide; Kamakura City (鎌倉)
FOOD GUIDE: Udon (うどん)
CITY GUIDE: Hiroshima City (広島市)
Weekly Fun Facts #003
Weekly Fun Facts #002
Weekly Fun Facts #001
Concerning footwear, the line between outside and inside does not begin and end with the door itself, but the entrance area, called genkan.
A casual version of the kimono is dubbed a yukata. It is a robe made of cotton that is wrapped around the body and secured with a sash.
Here are a few tips of all you need to know about etiquettes in Japan when it comes to dinning in restaurants or at someone’s house.
Hakkeijima’s attractions consists of an Aqua resort and the rides of pleasure land. Aqua resorts includes Aqua Museum, Fureai Lagoon and Dolphin Fantasy.
Japan is the only country where you can live the game in real life and take the seat by driving around in the streets of Tokyo.
Toba are deeply connected with the local lifestyle. In this city, fisherman & Ama were sanctified with plentiful of sea & have been in existence for 2000 years.
Japan is a land where the word impossible was never a part of the dictionary. Read to find 10 crazy inventions that you can only find in Japan.
skiing is a popular sport in Japan, many rush off to the slopes for both skiing and snowboarding .
Kimono and yukata are conventional Japanese articles of clothing that have enchanted individuals around the globe with their magnificence, style & tastefulness.
Fukubukuro Season in Japan is essentially what might as well be called Black Friday in the United States. Beginning from the day until January 5.
For the Japanese, the New Year, or shogatsu, is the most critical time of year, with a lot of custom and custom connected to its festival.
3 most famous ski resorts in Japan that open in Early November to tourists when it snows cats and dogs.
One of Japan’s most famous amusement parks, Fuji-Q Highland is best known for its exciting, record holding thrill roller coasters anime themed rides .
Japan offers bottomless trekking opportunities through a differing set of atmospheres. Here are few of the multiple hiking destinations in Japan.
A few sanctuaries and temples are known for specific blossoms. The following is a rundown of spots which are famous for flower viewing in Kyushu
We found out Yakushima to be a perfect vacation spot. Here are 7 reasons why you should definitely not miss this great island.
Many people often inquire about how things work when it comes to Japanese Visa. The following is a basic guide about Japan Mini Visa Guide
From this street, Mecca is 9,500 kilometers away. Apart from worship, remote Muslims living in Japan go to this area for Halal food.
whenever you look at the attractions in Hakone and think it’s too good to be true. Read ahead for some of the most famous tourist attractions in Hakone
This small town is not only famous for its tea but also for the various historical temples and tourist sites that it holds within.
This city is a gem and a day’s trip from Tokyo. It has a castle, an excellent beach, historical structures, flavorful local food.
We bring to you today the most famous tourist attractions in Kobe that you will surely find intriguing and get you all eager to visit Japan soon.
Skajyan fashion started after World War II when American soldiers in the Yokosuka area started to get their jackets embroidered with Japanese drawings.
In Osaka there are numerous chic and trendy clothe and jewelry stores where you can shop at a reasonable cost so make certain to check them!
Okayama’s most acclaimed tourist place is Korakuen Garden, which is positioned as one of the three best scene gardens in Japan,
Here is a list of some of the main attractions in Matsue. We had the honor of visiting all of them. Let’s see if you can do the same.
In Japan there are places where Hot springs occur naturally whereas some Onsens are man-made. Here are some of the famous Onsens in Japan.
The grandest Halal Japan Halal Expo 2015, sponsored by YouCoJAPAN finally comes to an end after two days of hustling bustling tourist and business activity.
YoucoJAPAN.com hits the internet with a bang, being the lead sponsor of Japan Halal Expo 2015. Read more for event details…
You can easily find Quran in local mosques in Japan and you can also order a copy online or find bookstores with religious scriptures and buy it there. Debunk some myths with this articles!
A family is regularly thought to be made out of the granddad, grandmother, father, mother, sibling , sister and infant. Here are 6 Facts about Japanese Family System by Youco JAPAN
The modest cheesecake has been around since the time of old Greece and there are various styles in numerous nations around the world. Here’s what Japan offers!
Japanese drinks are a big attention seeker for people who have the taste for them. Here are some drinks that are must have whenever you visit Japan.
There are two ways of celebrating a wedding: Japanese customary style wedding and Christian church wedding. Here are the few facts about Japanese weddings!
Here are ten hacks to pack smartly for your hiking adventure on the Japanese peaks! Bon Voyage!
Have you heard about Asafoetida powder? It’s called “Heeng”.Here is a list of some of the most important ingredients you will always find in a Japanese kitchen.
Although there are numerous places but here is a list of top 8 most famous tourist attractions fetched for you by Youco Japan.
There is much more to Japan then tourists attractions. Intrigued? Read ahead to find out 9 reasons that make Japan awesome.
It is a fact that Japan adorns its rich history, culture and traditions. Here are 7 famous festivities in Hokkaido, Japan that are surely worth a visit.
Read this Youco Japan suggestion list to learn about some charming souvenirs from Japan that will make sure you take a small Japan home with you.
Some of these restaurants are Halal certified; some have a separate halal menu and some require reservations to specially cook a halal meal. Have a look!
Japan is yet to introduce more restaurants that offer halal, alcohol and pork free food. Here are 10 vegetarian foods that are absolutely halal and can be eaten.
Some people often synonymy Japan with Sushi Land or Sushi Heaven. Here are some broadly classified Sushi types that you should definitely try.
Ever heard your friends ask you not to walk on street if a black cat crosses it? Here are famous Japanese Superstitions you definitely know this Halloween.
A geisha is a traditional performer often confused with prostitutes and courtesans. Learn who is a Geisha and what significance it has in Japanese culture.
Japanese people are very particular about manners and etiquettes whether it’s entering their house, sleeping, talking, dressing or even eating. Learn some ground rules!
Planning a long trip to Japan or going for a short one? Make sure you read these important Japanese words so you don’t suffer a similar fate.
These rice sweets are now available all around the year for tourists but the freshness and premium quality of the sweets are evident in their very own seasons.
Tokyo, the city where life never stops, even at the red light, is one of the major shopping hubs with malls where you can find anything from A to Z.
Attention ghost busters, this blog is definitely going to send you packing and in no time you will be on the next flight to Japan. Lets Have a look!
Attention Foodies!! Visiting Japan any sooner? Here Are Few Clever Food hacks while in you plan to stay here.
Who wants to spend a fortune on branded accessories when you can get similar products at cheaper rate? Here are 10 shops that sells items costing just under 500 yen.
Take a walk down with a special art in Japan which is called Origami and it is noting small or ordinary. ” Read more…
Japan is introducing visa exemptions to muslim travellers as a part of the scheme for reaching the 20 million tourists mark by 2020 Olympic Games
For people seeking peace, sanctity and nearness to nature and its pulchritude, Kochi is a must go place to visit in Japan.
Located near Nagoya, Inuyama Castle is located in Aichi Perfecture and is one of the 12 ancient castles, sanding erect to this day.
Read about City of Yokohama, Tokyo’s little brother. The second largest and most populous city after Tokyo.
Art and Japan have what a child has with its mother- a bond created at birth, so unbreakable yet so beautiful.
Japanese temples and their architecture are the biggest most alive examples of Japanese heritage and culture. Have a look!
YouCoJapan gladly endorses how Japanese authorities take steps to make Muslim minorities feel at home.
Enjoy Japan to its fullest, within the bounds of your wallet. YouCoJapan tells some ways for a cheap and fun trip to Japan.
YoucoJapan’s food guide is here. See famous Japanese dishes that will surely send you on a joy ride to food heaven.
Weird Japanese Tradition
How to pick the most “fresh” products at supermarkets and convenience stores in Japan:
5 Sekku in Japan
Last time, we discussed about why Muslims fast. The question this time is…
Sumo is Japanese martial arts in which two people wearing mawashi (loincloth) face each other in a circular ring and try to force the opponent on the ground or push them out of the ring.
Last time, we discussed about why women have to cover their hair. The question this time is…
Bizarre and funny Japanese TV commercials
Everyone has a rice cooker. But does everyone know rice cookers can actually make a variety of food? In this article, we will introduce 3 traditional Japanese cuisines that are super easy to make!
If you buy a book at a bookstore, you are most likely asked, “Would you like a book cover?” This is a unique Japanese culture and in fact its history dates back to 90 years ago!
To begin with, acknowledging the notion of how Islam puts an emphasis on modesty and not acting upon desires may let Japanese people smoothly understand certain teachings of Islam.
Surprising and unique Japanese make up trends!
Japanese views towards…PAKISTAN!
How to read non-HALAL ingredients on product labels
We sponsored Halal Expo held in November 2014.
We sponsored Halal Expo held in November 2014.
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Blue means Green in Japan ?!
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