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Cerveza !!Bi-ru ! Fuimos a comer Yakiniku. Y bueno y mi amiga que le paso muchas cosas con su enamorado Que comenzo a tomar con Jarrón
Issey Miyake , one of the Nihon’s most respected and well-known designers , refers to his designs not as clothing, or ready-to-wear ensembles, but rather art pieces. And why not? Many of the designs from Miyake et al are stunningly beautiful, but not the kind of thing you’d wear to the cricket, or even to dinner in some cases. Issey Miyake thinks differently from the more orthodox designer.
The Kimono is... The Kimono is the national costume of Japan in Japanese history. Originally kimono indicated all types of clothing, however it has come to mean specifically the full-length traditional garment worn by women, men, and children. Kimonos are T-shaped, straight-lined robes that fall to the ankle, with collars and full-length sleeves.
¡Cuánto tiempo sin escribir este blog! Todos los días hace muuuuucho calor (-.-;) ... estáis bien?? Yo?
A continuación una descripción extraída de la Wikipedia de lo que es el Tatami : Las esteras denominadas como Tatami ; (palabra que originalmente significaba “doblada y apilada”) son un elemento tradicional muy característico de las casas japonesas . Tradicionalmente se hacían con tejido de paja , y se embalaban con ese mismo material.
The Japanese way of life Perhaps those of you reading are already aware of how healthy Japanese people are on average. But did you know that Japan has one of the highest life expectancy rates in the world?
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I did not know Tokyo Plastic changed their site design. As usual, it's cool. You may check their film here in Zune's. And another old flash is here in my post. Tokyo Plastic makes cute, pretty but grotesque items.