Posts by Lim translated by Jack

Enjoy the Sakura Season (and Hanami) to the Fullest!

Hello! It’s the beginning of February, which means there’s just a little over a month left before the start of the Sakura season. What better place to enjoy the flowers in full bloom than here in Japan? If you have ever arranged a hanami  (which literally means to view flowers), you would know that the logistics for it are pretty bothersome. Other than having to bring food (and also alcohol), chairs, mats, and the like are also necessary, depending on how prepared you are. Booking seats or spaces at a shrine or other popular venues can also be pricey. Why not save yourself the hassle and rent all of the equipment? […]

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Post by Magana translated by Jack

Celebrate Diversity with Small Flags at Your Next Event

Greetings (^o^)/♪ With the upcoming Olympics coming to Japan, the whole country has Olympic Fever. There are towns that are taking that opportunity to do little events at their parks or at certain areas. Companies are also doing little celebrations of their own. They are using the Olympics as an opportunity to try and increase diversity awareness in their company. And to increase understanding of other cultures as well. Japan sure is busy getting ready for the Olympics. What better way to celebrate diversity than by decorating your event with small flags! These small flags decorations are used a lot in Japan for events. It is a great way to […]

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