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Event Ga-Rei: Zero, Cremation

How is Cremation Done in Japan?

Cremation includes roughly five processes. 1. Final farewell 2. Carrying out the coffin 3. Transportation to the crematoria 4. Cremation 5. Gathering of the deceased’s ashes
Slang Ga-Rei: Zero,Panpii

What is “Panpii” ?

Panpii is a Japanese abbreviation for “ordinary people”. You may remember the scene where Kazuki (left man) says “Oretachi wa Panpii”, which means “we are Panpii”.
Clothing Ga-Rei: Zero,kimono

Is it Common to Pass down Kimonos from Mothers to Daughters?

According to a survey, 60% of Japanese women pass down their kimonos to their daughters. From grandmother to mother and from mother to daughter, it is not unusual for kimonos to be handed over three generations. Kimonos need to be kept in good condition for 10 to 20 years until the next successor receives it. Japanese people have a special connection to their kimonos.