Culture Day

by Keiko Miki October 30, 2018 1 min read

Culture Day

Konnichiwa everyone!

November 3rd is another national holiday called "Culture Day" in Japan.

This is originally Meiji emperor's birthday as well as the day when the Constitution of Japan was announced. As this constitution is strongly connected to "peace" and "culture", this day was named Culture Day. As you may know, we don't have army in Japan. We only have self-defense force, which shows our will that we never have war in the future.

There is a festival at Iruma base of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force in Saitama every year. They have the acrobatic demonstration team called "Blue Impulse" and you can enjoy their performance at the festival. You can also see their drums performance or exhibition from other department such as the Ground Self-Defense Force or the Maritime Self-Defense Force. 

Also, in school, we have this unique school festival around Culture Day. Some students sing songs on the stage, some dance, some draw pictures for that, some play instruments or put on a play and their family can visit and see how they made an effort on those arts.

Honestly, I didn't know that Culture Day is related to the Constitution of Japan and have the meaning of peace. I wish many Japanese get to know that to feel importance of peace and how happy we are every year!

Thus, we will be off on November 3rd. Please be advised it takes an extra day for you to receive your order. Thank you so much for your understanding!

Keiko Miki
Keiko Miki



Also in News

Cute and Pop Yutaka Horo Enameled Ware
Cute and Pop Yutaka Horo Enameled Ware

by Miku Kaneda July 08, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments

We would like to show you Yutaka Horo enameled ware, which is newly added to Globalkitchen Japan sales lineup. It features good functionality as well as cute design. Its retro color will not only make dishes look better but also enrich your table. It is especially recommended to those who wants to enjoy cooking with cure and pop items or those who decorate their shops to make them catchier.
Read More
Wish upon a star... Tanabata Star Festival!
Wish upon a star... Tanabata Star Festival!

by Miku Kaneda July 06, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments

Have you heard about the Star Festival, called Tanabata? Tanabata is originally one of the looms that chosen girls used to weave kimono for God. Those kimono were laid for good harvest and cleansing. After Buddhism was brought to Japan, we have got Obon, "Japanese Halloween" where we welcome Gods and our ancestors'

Read More
"Diatomaceous Earth Stove" Can Upgrade Your Cooking
"Diatomaceous Earth Stove" Can Upgrade Your Cooking

by Miku Kaneda June 24, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments

Shichirin (earthen charcoal brazier) has been used to grill dried fish, mushrooms and vegetables since ancient times. Its main features are ceramic effect and radiant heating. These enables Shichirin to grill ingredients without losing moisture and flavor. We would like to show you "diatomaceous earth stove", which can slowly heats ingredients by infrared radiation to make them juicer and more flavorful. We will also show you how to use diatomaceous earth stoves.

Read More