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Opening the port created Christian town Nagasaki

 

Nagasaki Port was opened in 1570 by Sumitada Omura, who was the first feudal lord

in Japan to be baptized as a Christian.

At that time, there was a Christian family who immigrated with Figueiredo.

Many of them were people fleeing persecution, coming from Shimabara, Iki, Goto,

Hirado, and Yamaguchi. This was the beginning of the Christian town Nagasaki.

 

  

Sumitada Omura donated the territories of Nagasaki and Mogi to the Jesuits in order

to fend off attacks from nearby enemies.

In 1580, Japan Society of Jesus established its headquarters in Nagasaki.

 

Dec. 28, 2023

 

Christian missionary work in Nagasaki

 

Christian missionary activities in Japan began after Francis Xavier came to

Hirado in 1550.

The Jesuit missionaries who accompanied Francis Xavier carried out missionary

activities in Hirado, Omura, Nagasaki, Goto, Kuchinotsu, Shimabara, Iki,

Amakusa, Bungo, etc. And then many people converted to Christianity.

 

 

main missionaries;

Cosme de Torres (Spanish), Juan Fernandes (Spanish), Luis de Almeida (Portuguese),

Gaspar Vilela (Portuguese), Luis Frois (Portuguese), Melechor de Figueiredo

(Portuguese), Alessandro Valignano (Italian)

 

Dec. 27, 2023

 

How was the great nature of Aso created?

 

Aso possesses the world’s largest Caldera with 18km west-east and 24 km north-south,

created by 4 times of explosive volcanic activity in the ancient time, 3 million years ago.

Surrounding the caldera is the world’s largest outer mountain, and there are 5 mountains

included Mt. Naka which is still active volcano in the outer mountain.

 

 

The 4 times volcanic activities in the ancient time also affected the surrounding area of Aso,

resulting in the formation of the following nature.

Takachiho Gorge, Nabegataki water fall, Harajiri water fall, Keya cave

 

Dec. 26, 2023

 

Japanese Religion

 

Japan’s indigenous religion is Shinto. It is an ethnic religion that has continued from

Japan’s ancient times to the present day, and has permeated all aspects of Japanese

life and culture, and has the energy to accept foreign cultures including religions and

transform them into a Japanese style.

 

 

 

Unlike many religions, it has no founder or scripture, and is based on the idea that God

resides in all things. It is an animistic, ancestral spirit-worshipping folk religion that focuses

on myths, eight million gods, nature and natural phenomena.

 

Japanese Buddhism was introduced through China in the 5th century and is a religion

that has now been incorporated into Japanese life along with Shinto.

 
What surprises many foreigners is that Japanese people visit shrines and temples.
The reason is that there are two religions in Japan. Shinto and Buddhism have
influenced each other over many years and have become integrated into Japanese life.
Japanese people worship an idol called Hotoke and are in awe of an invisible being
called Kami. I don’t find it strange that I go to Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. ”
 
Dec. 25, 2023 
 

Udon, うどん

 

Udon is a representative dish of Japan that has been eaten for a long time and

is one of the popular lunch menus.

Udon is made by adding water to wheat flour and kneading it into noodles.

Cooking methods, ingredients used, and side dishes vary depending on the region.

 

Udon on the photo is Sukesan Udon restaurant which is popular Udon restaurant

Udon chain established in Kitakyushu.

Hoshino village, in Yame

 

The most beautiful village in Japan. Located in the south-eastern part of

Fukuoka Prefecture, and east side of Yame-city, at altitudes between 200

and 1,000 metres above sea level. As 84 percent of the village is covered

with mountain forests, agriculture and forestry are the two main industries.

 

 

Hoshino Village is one of the leading place of Gyokuro in Japan.

Gyokuro is a type of green tea.

When growing the leave of Gyokuro tea leaves, the tea leaves are

covered to protect them from sunlight.

This tea has a sweet and mellow taste.

Kaiseki / the ultimate Japanese dining experience

Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese multi-course meal and is served at Japanese style

accommodation as dinner or at high-class Japanese restaurants.

 

Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner made up of dozens of small

dishes with different tastes and textures. It is considered the most refined form of

washoku (Japanese cuisine), which was designated as an Intangible Cultural

Heritage by UNESCO.

 

 

With fresh seasonal ingredients and delicious flavor combinations that are carefully

selected and beautifully presented to you, kaiseki is definitely a must-try for anyone

visiting Japan.

 

May 06, 2022

Large tea tree in Ureshino

One of the symbols of tea-producing Ureshino, estimated to be 350 years old, it is a huge tree with

branches of about 80 square meters and a height of about 4.6 meters.

This is designated as a national natural monument.

 

 

Sake brewery, Suginoya

 

Sake is an alcoholic beverage brewed from rice, koji mold and yeast. 

Its alcohol content ranges from 13% to 16% and its quality varies

according to its fermentation processes.

Suginoya was founded in 1870 in Itoshima and Sake, local beer

as well as special liquors are producing.

 

 

July 06, 2023

Imamura Church

 

The Church was built in 1913 in Tachiarai, Fukuoka prefecture.

 

 

July 03, 2023