An wonderful story! Learn of the History and see Pictures.This is the Incredible story of the Worlds Oldest Fish. Hanako was a Japanese Koi Fish that lived for 226 years. — Lees op http://www.hanakokoi.com/
During the ‘isolation period’ of Japan also known as the Edo Period a few nations were still allowed to trade in Japan. The Dutch, Koreans and Chinese were the only nations granted trade rights. The Dutch company ‘VOC’ were famous around the world and they set up a trade port in Nagasaki. Dejima was established […] … Continue reading Dutch trade port of Dejima, Nagasaki. — Rekishi Nippon
The Mantifang is fishing for volunteers. Writers and moderators. Are you specialized in a subject that contributes to our site and one of our FB pages? Source: The Mantifang is fishing for volunteers - Mantifang: the East Asian experience!
This East Asian plan is a marketing P.R. strategy for your goods and content related to Korea, Japan and China. We do the story-telling; you participate! Source: Mantifang East Asian experience - marketing PR - Get involved - mantifang.com
Hi there. Well things became increasingly busy around September time, so my blog took somewhat of a snooze unfortunately. However, I have quite a few photographs and videos on my phone of my garden that I was browsing through the other evening and so I thought I would share them with you all. I am … Continue reading A New Deck | The Water Garden | Nov 2017
Huangshan mountains (yellow mountains) ( 黄山 ) in Anhui province are well known for their strange shaped peaks, pine trees and the sea of clouds. Huangshan mountains have been often depicted in Chinese traditional paintings and literature. It can be overcrowded with tourists but it is still magnificent. via Mysterious mountains of Huangshan - China
Mantifang: social media magazine! Readers binding for Social Media In a traditional medium as a magazine, “readers binding” was the holy grail. The editorial content had to be such that the subscriber at his mailbox was waiting for the new number. The advertisers had a benefit because they belonged to the same club. Everything that … Continue reading Mantifang story telling East Asia!
Inscribed in 2016 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. “In Jeju Island, there is a community of women, some aged in their 80s, which goes diving 10m under the sea to gather shellfish, such as abalone or sea urchins for a living without the help of oxygen masks. With knowledge […] … Continue reading The Jeju Haenyeo — ANOTHER THOUGHT
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History of the Japanese Tea Ceremony Drinking of green tea was known in China from the fourth century. Tea plants didn’t grow in Japan until the first seeds were brought from China during the Tang dynasty (China 618-907), when relations and cultural exchanges between the two countries reached a peak. In the eighth century the […] … Continue reading History of the Japanese Tea Ceremony — Rekishi Nippon