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Family traditions in Japan

 

Mother and child — do not spill water

Women with babies everywhere — it is certainly not the first thing that can at once be evident, for example, in Tokyo, but still a lot of them, and not only on the streets and in the parks. These tiny Japanese women with the precious burden on his chest everywhere — in supermarkets, hairdressers, subway, in all public places. Women typically carry children in slings or backpacks special front or behind you. Even Japanese designers have designed jackets and coats for active moms with special inserts, pockets, to toddler, sitting comfortably on the breast, was protected from the weather. From the outside it looks funny and unusual for our European eyes. So go in the crowd of passers-by in rainy cloudy day, and you scurry past the two-headed creation in the hoods is a doting mother hurry, as usual with their children, in jackets from Japanese fashion Designers entertainers.

Generally very close contact of mother and child in the first years of his life is the basic rule in relation to the baby. When a Japanese girl decides to have a baby, she already psychologically ready to dedicate myself to this new little man, giving Continue reading

Korean medicine

 

Now residents of the Peninsula have the opportunity to receive medical care and treatment medical centers in South Korea. This service for the first time, perhaps, in the history of medicine provides local Kamchatka neurological clinic.

Representatives of the clinic, the chief doctor Elena TOVUTOVU and Executive Director Anastasia SAFRONOVA, participated in the annual international conference on medical tourism held from 28 to 30 September in Busan, South Korea, where he signed contracts with the largest comprehensive medical centers and clinics in Korea on the direction of Kamchatka citizens for examination and treatment.

And here at the end of October with a return visit to Kamchatka from Korea arrived representatives of Busan medical tourism Agency Natalya Marina KIM and PAK to discuss the issues of further cooperation.

– The Russian delegation in South Korea within the framework of the conference visited clinics and medical centres, both private and universities, told E. TOLMASOVA. – We got acquainted Continue reading

Girls Holiday in Japan

 

During the festival girls dressed in beautiful kimono with a floral pattern and visit each other’s homes.

Girls day, or Hinamatsuri in Japan is celebrated as a national holiday since the 18th century, although the history of this holiday has more than a thousand years.

In girls ‘ Day (March 3) in Japan, it is customary to dress all babies in elegant kimono, to expose shelves traditional house with beautiful dolls, the girls led each other to visit, to treat rice delicious cookies and send along rivers paper dolls “Emperor” and “Empress”.

The tradition of the Day girls – Snakes of the day: paper dolls carry sorrow

In ancient times, the Japanese are very honored March 3 – “the third day of the third moon”, or Day of the snake – according to legend when followed to bring a paper doll, RUB it on the skin, then place in a wicker basket and float the river or stream, saying prayers that paper doll took way all sickness and misfortune. This ritual was usually performed by women or girls. Over time, paper dolls have become synonymous with the girls ‘ welfare, they wrote the names and thrown into the river, so freed the spirits of the younger daughter from troubles and problems.

The tradition of paper Continue reading

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