Tagged with japanese culture

Winner of Japan Journeys by Andreas Marks announced!

Winner of Japan Journeys by Andreas Marks announced!

Thank you to everyone who entered my competition for a chance to win a copy of Japan Journeys – Famous Woodblock Prints of Cultural Sights in Japan by Andreas Marks (see the review and competition post here). The winner has been selected by a random draw, and will be contacted shortly. I’m delighted to announce that the winner … Continue reading

Winner of Cool Japan Guide by Abby Denson announced!

Winner of Cool Japan Guide by Abby Denson announced!

Thank you to everyone who entered my competition for a chance to win a copy of Cool Japan Guide by Abby Denson (see the review and competition post here). The winner has been selected by a random draw, and will be contacted shortly. I’m delighted to announce that the winner is… ☆★☆ Ke11ie ☆★☆ Ke11ie commented: There are so many … Continue reading

Event: FestivalAsia, 15th – 17th May 2015

Event: FestivalAsia, 15th – 17th May 2015

When: 15th – 17th May 2015 Where: Tobacco Dock, London E1 What: London’s largest indoor festival on all things Asia 150+ Exhibitors Stands – Live Performances – Food Tasting – Martial Arts – Spiritual Room – Cultural Room FestivalAsia will make its début appearance at London’s Tobacco Dock this May. The first of its kind in … Continue reading

Haikugirl’s Japan: 2014 in Review

Haikugirl’s Japan: 2014 in Review

Welcome to 2015! It’s hard to believe 2014 is over already – what a year it was! Haikugirl’s Japan has now been running for 7 years and 7 months, and I’ve written a total of 1,205 posts! In 2014 my blog was viewed about 120,000 times, and overall Haikugirl’s Japan has been viewed around 596,400 times! In 2014 I … Continue reading

Japan400 Plymouth: Sun, Sea & Saris

Japan400 Plymouth: Sun, Sea & Saris

Last weekend I took myself off for a mini break in Plymouth. I’d never been to Plymouth before, and might not have considered it as a place worth visiting had it not been for Japan400 Plymouth which was taking place that weekend. As it turned out, Plymouth is a jolly nice place and I’m very … Continue reading