We are wearing masks to go run errands, walking on a busy street, or in a crowded neighborhood. One issue starting to pop up for many is walking around wearing masks is particularly sweaty and uncomfortable in the hot weather.
On February 15, I was at a charming little house/production studio bathing under the Southern California sun. We had been wanting to do this project for a long time.
One Japanese habit that would surprise visitors is how we love eating salads. In Japan, most meals, regardless of traditional or new cuisine, are served with a salad on the side to keep things in balance. We eat salads for breakfast as well!
Cleaning in Japan may differ a bit from western societies, particularly in cleaning habits and cultural expectations that are ingrained into us. The culture that values cleanness is even reflected in Japanese vocabulary. “Clean/hygienic” is translated to kirei (きれい) in Japanese which also means “beautiful/good-looking.”
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