Sep-Oct 2022 Japanagram e-magazine features
Hello, friend! It’s me, Jonelle. Here are the features that Japanagram subscribers are enjoying in September and October…
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First of all…say hello to an all-new Japanagram feature!
Instead of a book giveaway this month, I’m delving into my personal treasure trove of Japanese collectables for the…
Japan Swag Giveaway
From hilarious limited edition capsule toys to Japanese new year’s ornaments, each month one lucky subscriber will win something that’s uniquely Japanese and not available outside Japan. This will replace the book giveaway for a while, and all Japanagram subscribers are, of course, automatically entered to win.
Check your next Japanagram to see if you won the…
Sep-Oct 2022 Japan Swag Giveaway:
Attack Cats Limited Edition Capsule Toys
This month’s giveaway is a set of SIX limited edition Attack Cat capsule toys. I deploy mine whenever there’s a resource that needs guarding with style—as you can see, once you own a set, you won’t know how you managed without them….read more
Why, Japan, Why?: Haiku that capture the small embarrassments and ironies of modern life
Elderly uncle buying sake.
Do I really have to
Check his ID?
The Thing I Learned Today: What’s the most Japanese thing you can ever do? Go on a bus tour
Since Japan “opened” its borders again in June of 2022, the only tourists who have been allowed into Japan are those on government-approved guided tours. So perhaps you’ve been wondering…what’s it really like to go on a bus tour? Lucky for you, I took one for the team, so you don’t have to!…read more
Seasonal Secret: Let’s watch an epic pagoda parade light up the night!
This toro nagashi ceremony is held at the temple that sits on an island amid the nodding lotus of Shinobazu Pond in Ueno. It signals the end of annual O-bon festivities—the three days in summer when the spirits of the ancestors….read more
Japanese Home Cooking: Nutty Noodles
It’s the peak of summer, and the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove, so what kind of meal can you pull together that turns leftovers and other stuff you’ve already got in your fridge into a feast for the senses?…read more
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