This opportunity is for Japanophiles or those who speak Japanese to chat about Japanese culture.
Ms.Kikumi Shiga from the Oita club invites you to a Japanese culture chat event in which we will introduce aspects of Japanese culture in the Japanese language.
In this event we will talk about how the moon is related to Japanese culture and moon-viewing in Japan,
The oldest Japanese story, "The Tale of the Bamboo-Cutter," tells the story of Princess Kaguya, who was born from bamboo and returns to the moon. It has also been said since ancient times that there are rabbits on the moon.
On Otsukimi, people decorate the house with soot and moon-viewing dumplings, and drink moon-viewing sake. It is an event to admire and love the beautiful moon.
Please share how the moon relates to daily life, culture, food, etc. in your country and a variety of recipes related to your regional and local events.