Tokyo’s Baoxian Temple | Hyesoo in Japan (eng sub) – YouTube

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In regards to etiquette, the Japanese people have always displayed unique characteristics.
When we think of the Japanese people, we usually think of Kimonos, cooking, Maiko, tea ceremonies, and sumo wrestling, etc.

Actually, the influence of the Buddhist temple on Japanese society can be traced back to the Edo Era.
In the Edo Era, before private study at temples was integrated with organized educational structures, most common folk would learn to read characters at temples.
The warm and intimate interactions that then took place through language learning…

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First Time Trying Expensive Kaiseki Dinner in Nara Japan (eng sub) – YouTube

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Japan has the most Michelin-star restaurants. To experience authentic Japanese cuisine in Nara. We visited a Michelin two-star restaurant nicely concealed in “mountains and streams”…

A traditional multi-course Japanese dinner, Kaiseki consists of a sequence of dishes, each often small and artistically arranged.

In the present day, kaiseki is a type of art form that balances the taste, texture, appearance, and colors of food.
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Meet Japanese Geisha and Kabuki Wig Master in Kyoto | Hyesoo in Japan (sub) – YouTube

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Experience Kabuki – Geisha wigs, Kimono Costume, and Buyō Dance: https://youtu.be/Q_cJ51A52L8

To have a more in-depth experience of Japanese traditional culture, Hyesoo will head towards Kansai. The first stop would be Japan’s “thousand-year capital”—Kyoto.

Kyoto is also where Japan’s ancient cultures are best preserved.
Tranquil, elegant, and self-possessed.

[Kyoto-Katsura Wigs for Kabuki and Geisha]

How to make wigs?
Every hair-piece can be used around 10 times. But if you preserve the hair carefully with oil, you could make it last for decades.

The wig master said,”As long as people still believe in preserving traditional culture, the artisans in that field will not vanish.”

Hyesoo was given the opportunity to wear this wig designated for performers! And like this, tie the hair up tightly, pull it up, make sure it is so tight that even your face feels taut.
Hyesoo was a little nervous…
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Luxurious Hand Sewn Kimono and Kabuki costumes in Osaka, Japan (video)

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One of Japan’s most beautiful signature items—the kimono. We are at Shochiku Costumes in Osaka. Many of Japan’s film industry costumes and props are from this company.Hyesoo is wearing a luxurious hand sewn kimono made with only natural dyes. The actor who plays the princess in a Kabuki performance wears this kimono. And the exquisite kimono Hyesoo worn inside costs 3000000 Japanese Yen! Wow!And also, here is a surprise… watch * Full episode: Experience Kabuki – Japanese Geisha hairstyle,
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Exploring Kabukiza in Tokyo – Key Place for Kabuki | Hyesoo in Japan (sub) – YouTube

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In the heart of Tokyo, you can find places to experience traditional Japanese theater arts. Hyesoo has chosen the most representative venue, the Kabukiza Theater in Ginza district.

Kabukiza was originally built in 1889. It is a key place for Kabuki plays in Japan.

Nowadays, crowds of people come here to see Kabuki plays every day. There is also a Kabuki Gallery. where you get to see Kabuki costumes and stage props close up.

Did you know there’s a big secret of Kabuki is that all the performers are male!

Kabuki enjoys the most popularity out of Japan’s traditional theater forms since the 17th century…

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Experience Kabuki – Japanese Geisha hairstyle, Kimono Costume, and Buyō Dance: https://youtu.be/Q_cJ51A52L8

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K-Movie [Gate] Jung Ryeo-Won | Im Chang-Jung (eng sub) – YouTube

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So-Eun (Jung Ryeo-Won) is a safe breaker planner. She plans a heist with expert safe breaker Jang-Choon (Lee Kyoung-Young) and thief-actor Cheol-Soo (Lee Moon-Sik). They dream of changing their lives with this job.

Meanwhile, Gyu-Cheol (Im Chang-Jung) is former elite prosecutor, but he lost his memory in a mysterious accident. Nowadays he does foolish acts.

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Experience Japanese Luxurious Princess Kabuki Costumes | Hyesoo in Japan (sub) – YouTube

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One of Japan’s most beautiful signature items—the kimono.
We are at Shochiku Costumes in Osaka. Many of Japan’s film industry costumes and props are from this company.

Hyesoo is wearing a luxurious hand sewn kimono made with only natural dyes. The actor who plays the princess in a Kabuki performance wears this kimono. And the exquisite kimono Hyesoo worn inside costs 3000000 Japanese Yen! Wow!

And also, here is a surprise… watch!

* Full episode:
Experience Kabuki – Japanese Geisha hairstyle, Kimono Costume, and Buyō Dance: https://youtu.be/Q_cJ51A52L8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8Tc6CFDzEo