Full array of 366 hana komon, each with its own associated meaning and symbolism, is on offer.
There’s definitely something confusing here, but it’s not the food….
These emblems are more personal than a birthstone, and more inclusive than the family crests of Japan’s noble houses.
In order to change yourself for the better, one Japanese website is offering a simple way to identify your own faults based on your date of birth.
Let’s play a little word association game. When I say “birthday,” what’s the next word that comes to mind?
For everyone who said “suit,” well, we’ve always suspected that at least a handful of people at any given moment are reading RocketNews24 while completely nude. Still, I’m guessing that far more of you thought of birthday parties and birthday cakes, which tend to go hand in hand. But what do you make the centerpiece of your birthday celebration edibles if sweets aren’t your thing?
Simple: you get a cake made of meat, like these carnivorous Japanese citizens.