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Shopping in Japan.

Japan — a great place for shopping, shopping enthusiasts can find a large variety of quality products, from electronics to authentic pleasant things. The currency in the country is the Japanese yen .

Most stores in Japan are working constantly — including Saturday, Sunday and national holidays. Normal work hours — from 10:00 to 20:00. Large shopping malls close later, private shops can work on their own schedule. Some of the stores are closed on Wednesdays.

In Japan, there are large shopping centers located on several floors over a huge area, with a comfortable temperature, pleasant music, playgrounds, cafes and restaurants. These centers sell various goods: clothing, footwear, accessories, cosmetics and perfumes, electronics, books, products, etc.

In shopping centres (or outside them in the form of individual shops), there are a large number of boutiques of famous brands, some stores even considered the biggest in the world. Prices are comparable to Moscow, but the range is much wider. In addition, in Japan there is a very interesting own brands, for example — Issey Miyake. Hanae Mori. Jun Ashida. Comme Des Garcons etc.

In Japan it is not customary to haggle nor in the markets or in shops.

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Uzbek onion soup

About Pieve for the first time I heard from the father. In the war years this soup was a sort of magic wand when the then “record” and almost meshleba when the basis for tortillas served Gusarova flour. Although, in my opinion, the taste and even elegance is not inferior to Pieve European onion soups . invariably containing himself in Eastern flavor, you will hardly serves this soup in a restaurant or at a party. Not the, so to say, the scope on the background of pilaf. Laghman and other familiar Asian delicacies and splendor. Peevy because the image serves the poor. Yes, and I confess I tried pievu only in peasant homes. But since, as we know, necessity is the mother of invention, Pieva, with all the minimalism used in it products, brought this “Holy” to taste perfection. And just once I recommend to create this wonderful dish on your own, I hope, bursting from the abundance of products cuisines. You will not regret.

I must say, Pieva, like its European counterparts, has many variations. From “naked” soup in which the onions, oil and water to soup with tomatoes and even meat. We focus though on modest but not very “bare” form, to prepare Continue reading

Tiger Tattoo

The meaning of the tiger tattoo

Now attracts many tattoo tiger . this is not surprising, since the tigers are at all times symbolized the extraordinary power, passion and ferocity. They are among the most beautiful predators, as they have a very rich and unusual color.

Some countries (especially Asia) is not of the opinion that the king of beasts is a powerful and beautiful lion. Moreover, they argue that the king of the jungle is the tiger, and have positioned it as a symbol of power.

Like many contemporary tattoos, tigers are depicted in a realistic (usual) form, which makes it even more interesting and in some ways brings it closer to its natural habitat conditions.

In many Asian civilizations tiger is a very significant symbol. Many indigenous tattooing in India, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, China, Japan and Malaysia contain images of tigers. Tiger was usually in the images associated with power, strength, violence, great sensuality, beauty, rage, speed.

If in the dream there was a tiger, this man predicted the awakening of a new force or a great passion.

In Asia the tiger was the symbol of strength and great power, particularly Royal. Tigers in Asia the same status among beasts, like Continue reading

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