First, I'll welcome you with Japanese green tea. Then, I will write your name in Japanese calligraphy—I like to make memories of Japan that make visitors feel happy and welcome. Hospitality is at the heart of many Japanese people, so I will offer you gifts. Then we'll make teuchi udon—handmade noodles. Each country has its own noodles—for example, Italian pasta, Vietnamese pho, and so on. Japanese also have typical noodles—udon and soba are very popular. It's a real pleasure to make delicious udon noodles by hand. You will also learn about dashi—traditional soup stock for Japanese cuisine. Then it will be time to eat, followed by matcha—Japanese green tea.
Japanese homemade dishes are very healthy, well presented, and delicious. I want to share special recipes with you that I have inherited, which have served my family. These are very simple and easy to make in 30 to 50 minutes. I put special importance on the fact that you can make these dishes when you go back to your country. I also want to teach special recipes related to the seasons and to traditional events in Japan. See old rows of houses. Cook and eat local dishes. Experience traditional events. I hope you enjoy Japan and want to come back again soon.
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I want you to see the streets with a lot of atmosphere in the Mukojima district of Tokyo. Mukojima is famous for its old downtown area where old rows of houses and other facilities offer entertainment served by geishas from the Edo-era. Mukojima is not really a very famous tourist destination like the Tokyo Skytree, but the place has interesting things to offer. It is a place where most residents are elderly and have a cat.
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