Charlotte,Soba in Standing
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Where can I Eat “Tachi gui soba” (Soba in Standing) in Japan?

The easiest way is to go to rain stations. Not all the stations has “Tachi gui soba” (Soba in Standing) shops but major ones tend to have one. The reason why there is a soba stand at a station is to meet the needs of the busy office workers to have their lunch easily and quickly.
Hyouka, cherry blossom
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Do You Know National Flowers of Japan? Cherry Blossom and What is the Other One?

As many of you know, the national flower of Japan is “桜” (さくら, Sakura), cherry blossom. But do you know that there’s another one? “菊” (きく, Kiku), chrysanthemum is also Japan’s national flower.

Cherry blossom and chrysanthemum have different meanings and roles as national flower. Cherry blossom is symbol of Japanese culture. On the other hand, chrysanthemum is symbol of the emperor of Japan and the imperial family. They’ve used the image of chrysanthemum as the imperial crest for a long time.

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Japanese School Life: Anime vs Reality Compared by a Japanese Person Studying for 16 Years

When you see some Japanese cultures like Japanese school uniforms, Japanese school lunch, Japanese school clubs in anime, you would wonder if there is any difference between school life in anime and in real life. In this article, I, a Japanese person who has studied in Japan for 16 years, will tell you Japanese school facts with Japanese sensibilities. You’ll see the social structure in Japan, like the academic background-oriented society and Japanese job-hunting system as well as the real school life that anime never tells you.

In Search of the Lost Future,
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Is this URL the Same as this Japanese Title?

Please read that URL from right to left. You can see “Ushinawareta-Mirai”, right? As you know, the title of this anime is “Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete.” (失われた 未来を 求めて, うしなわれた みらい を もとめて)