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Teri Mitchell

Teri Mitchell
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Orlando J.Club founder since 2004. Teri Mitchell became Asia Trend Japanese adviser and author since 2005.
Sumo

Sumo~Japan’s national sport (martial arts)~ Vol.1 相撲-日本の国技

Sumo is one of the Shinto ritual and Sumo wrestling tournaments are held in the precincts of shrines on their festival day among the...
Sumo

Sumo~Japan’s national sport (martial arts)~ Vol.2 相撲-日本の国技

As well as a trial of strength in combat and as a Shinto ritual, Sumo was an important ritual at the imperial court. Representatives of each...
Nissin Cup Noodle

Nissin CUP NOODLE 日清 カップヌードル – World famous popular instant noodles from Japan

You may have seen in grocery stores, may have tasted, or may even be regularly eating the Japan’s famous noodles that can be ready to eat...

“Hina-matsuri” —Doll Festival (Girls’ Day)

Girls’ Day = Doll Festival is called Hina-matsuri which is celebrated on March 3rd. In old times, people displayed peach blossoms to purify the environment...
Kei Nishikori

Pro’s File: Kei Nishikori 錦織圭

First ever Japanese player ranked in the ATP top 10 (5th as of 11/10/14) ATP “New comer of the year” in 2008 Coached by US Open...
Hideki Matsuyama 

優勝、おめでとう! Hideki Matsuyama 松山英樹 His first victory in America

Matsuyama’s first PGA Tour win made him the youngest player to win the Memorial. He joined a list of Japanese champions on PGA Tour, after...
Sushi presented in an authentic style

Are you able to tell the difference between Sushi, Sashimi and Tataki??? 寿司、刺身、たたき、違いは何?

Sushi is one of the most famous Japanese cuisines. Teriyaki chicken is very well known as well and may now be the most known...
Kei Nishikori 錦織圭

Two Triumphs in February ~Stars from the Land of Rising Sun~ Kei Nishikori...

On February 16, 2014, Kei Nishikori  錦織圭  of Japan defeated Ivo Karlovic of Croatia to decide the 2014 U.S. National Indoor Tennis Championships (Memphis,...
Christmas in Japan

Christmas in Japan

Do you wonder what Christmas is like in Japan? December 25th is not a national holiday in Japan. Unless it is on the weekend, people...