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  • Japanese Zen in your garden
    on Jul 14, 2013 in Japanese Gardening
    Summer is finally here and this means you can finally relax with a beautiful garden furniture sets. Summer is the best time to set up your backyard and really give your garden the love and care it deserves. There are … Read more →The post...
  • Let’s Study in Japan!
    on Jun 26, 2013 in Japanese lifestyle
    Visiting Japan in spring is one of my fondest dreams. Studying in Japan would be my second dream dearest to my heart. Becoming an exchange student or a scholar abroad has been an idea that I have toyed with in … Read more →The post Let’...
  • Meditation and memory
    on Jun 23, 2013 in Acoustic Meditation
    Meditation is a wonderful method of helping the entire body to relax. Through some simple breathing exercises the body naturally feels the stress being released and for many people it allows them to be much more open and receptive. Meditation …...
  • The many benefits of meditation
    on May 24, 2013 in Acoustic Meditation
    While meditation is traditionally viewed as a spiritual practice, its physical and psychological benefits are enormous. Reduce the stress in your life There’s no doubt that the biggest threat to our physical, psychological and emotional well being...
  • IJA Japanese Lessons 2013 – Beginners/Improvers
    on May 9, 2013 in Japanese training
    The Ireland Japan Association would like to announce its Japanese Course for Business People 2013. This year’s course will cater for beginners/improvers with a mix of conversation and culture. This is an introductory Japanese language and culture c...
  • SimplifyThe tendency of life in our society is to become more complicated: Internet, television, shopping, work, family commitments, possessions, eating, debt … these things pile on top of each other endlessly. This is a rather bad formula, as our days ...
  • Penjing: Philosophy, Meaning, and Style
    on Apr 17, 2013 in Penjing chinese penjing
    Penjing, the ancient Chinese art of creating landscaped scenes with miniature gnarled trees and mindfully arranged rocks can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty of the seventh century.  Miniature stands of tall, narrow trees were displayed in colorfu...
  • Bonsai and Tai Chi in harmony!
    on Apr 5, 2013 in Zen and Bonsai Tai Chi zen
    Bonsai, the ancient art of growing plants in containers to look like miniature trees and Tai Chi, a classic form of Chinese exercise which promotes balance and good health.  Both of these arts require  patience and commitment to the beauty …...
  • Japanese menu with poetic Oshinagaki
    on Apr 2, 2013 in Japanese Food Japanese food poetry
    Blue sea soup served with hailstone crackers is just one of the poetic names found on Japanese menus called oshinagaki.  For centuries, the Japanese have been selecting what to eat based on lyrical and romantic menu names, bringing an added …...
  • Top 10 Tips for a Great Easter
    on Mar 31, 2013 in Living Simple Living
    Got kids? If so, chances are you’ll be spending today chasing after them as they run after dozens of boiled and colored eggs. It’s a great family day, but one that can be hectic if not planned well. Here are … Read more →The post Top...
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