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This is one of folk customs in Japan called ENGACHO（えんがちょ）. EN means “relationship”. GA means “~is”. CHO means “sound cut with scissors”. In other words, it is an incomprehensive act of breaking the relationship with disliked people and things.
For an explanation in English, please click here. http://nichigopress.jp/learn/jpculture/71410/
My age is 39 but not common culture. Very traditional kids culture.
I recomend liquor Mountain. https://www.likaman.co.jp/en/ This web site avelavle English and you can delivaly in the Hotel.
Most police officers can not speak. http://www.keishicho.metro.tokyo.jp/multilingual/english/finding_services/living_guide/living_guide_e_1.html
I like Yufuin in Oita prefecture. Yufuin is a popular hot spring resort, located about ten kilometers inland from Beppu, another, much larger and more developed hot spring resort. https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e4750.html
It is the original shop “Misen” of “Taiwan Ramen” originating in Nagoya. “Taiwan Ramen” is ramen with a lot of ingredients such as minced meat and chilli seasoned with chili. It is very painful. There are also side menus such as chicken wings and stir-fry and Taiwan chidaki. http://www.misen.ne.jp/
I recommend SOUND MUSEUM VISION. Good music, good location. https://fastjapan.com/en/p111655
Most easy and chepeer transpotation is Bus.
please check this web site.
not only English website.