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Omiyage: How to Pick Out the Perfect Gift in Japan
Japanese omiyage is more than a souvenir. Learn the etiquette for buying and giving the perfect gift so you fit into Japanese society. The list could go on. These are just suggestions to get you started. Bottom line: you can never bring back too many omiyage…
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Omiyage The Art Of Japanese Travel Souvenir Gift …

Omiyage is a souvenir to bring back from a trip for family, friends, and colleagues at home.Simply put, it’s a souvenir, but with intrinsic Japanese culture infused into it. The concept of Omiyage finally sunk in on me during my last Japan trip, in between …
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お土産‎ (Japanese): meaning
omiyage: omiyage (English) Origin & history Borrowing from Japanese お土産 . Noun omiyage (pl. omiyage) (Japan) WordSense – English dictionary containing information about the meaning, the spelling and more.We answer the questions: What does お土産
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Giving Gifts in Japan

Omiyage are souvenirs brought home from a trip while temiyage are thank-you gifts you bring when you visit someone. Japanese tourists tend to buy lots of souvenirs for their friends, relatives and co-workers. Consequently, tourist spots and airports feature many
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Japan’s ‘omiyage’ culture
Omiyage culture has been around for a long time, but it’s because of institutions that support the modern state such as the railroad, army, and imperial house that Japanese people have come to have a deep relationship with omiyage.
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Japanese Omiyage: It’s not a Japanese souvenir, It’s an …

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Stroke Order Diagram for お土産 [omiyage]
View the correct stroke order and learn to write all the kanji and kana for お土産 (omiyage). Comments for お土産 If you have any questions about this entry, or would like to write a sample sentence using the vocabulary, please do so below.
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Japanese Meaning of お土産 (omiyage) | JLPT N4 Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【おみやげ】(omiyage). Meaning: local specialty or souvenir bought as a gift while travelling .
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Top 10 Japanese Souvenir Items
As previously stated Japanese people love to give souvenirs, and it is even custom to bring back souvenirs to work anytime you travel. This is most commonly done in the form of famous sweets/snacks from the place visited, and so any place worth visiting will likely have plenty of omiyage to choose from.
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The Meaning of Oshogatsu
The meaning of ‘oshogatsu’ is ‘standard month,’ this is in reference to the standards set by people during the first few days of the New Year and is seen as the influence as to how the following 12 months will control things such as finances and happiness.
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The Japanese Art of Indirectness: Honne and Tatemae
Honne and Tatemae Honne 本音 & Tatemae 建前, literally translated as “true voice” and “constructed facade”, is the mindset that Japanese people are trained since young to master. An honest display of one’s true emotions and intentions is frowned upon and seen as willful and childish. Many Japanese would never express their “honne”, or at least not directly to the party in
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What Is Kanreki? — How Japanese Celebrate Their 60th …

Japanese people traditionally celebrated all birthdays on set days of the year, rather than their individual days of birth. Gradually, the custom of Western-style birthdays gradually crept into Japanese culture and the Kanreki is now generally celebrated on the 60 th anniversary of the day a person was born.
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Japanese Omiyage: It’s not a Japanese souvenir, It’s an …

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Tokyo Banana Sponge Cakes Are the Ultimate Japanese …

Omiyage, a word literally meaning “local product,” is a box of individually wrapped local snacks that Japanese people give their friends and colleagues after returning from a trip. In the West, this might seem like a nice gesture, but in Japan, omiyage is nothing short of an obligation!
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Okoshi, Osaka’s Traditional Confectionery
Japan’s omiyage culture goes way back. Since practically forever, Japanese people have felt the need to bring back all sorts of goodies from their journeys. Today, places like Osaka offer also sorts of snacks, ranging from takoyaki-like snacks and cookies, as well