Over the years, traditional Japanese food (“washoku”) has gained international recognition for its subtle yet different flavors as well as its aesthetics. The “washoku” has such an ancient and rich history that UNESCO included it, in 2013, in its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Africa seems to be a fascinating continent. A great diversity of regions and more than 1000 cultural units coexist; some of its civilizations are the oldest on the planet. And, how could it be otherwise, when it comes to celebrating their weddings they continue with ancestral traditions.
Hospitality One of the characteristics of the Uzbek family is hospitality and respect for the elderly person. Uzbek families are usually quite numerous and their members prefer to live in the same house. Hospitality reflects one of the oldest and most national traditions. In the past, the hospitality of Uzbeks and Tajiks was considered a […]
The world is wide and varied. The countries, peoples, religions, beliefs, and philosophies that give it life enjoy an extraordinary cultural wealth, so large that it has shaped a multitude of traditions. Although some of them may be normal, others go beyond the limits of logic. In the field of weddings, a particularly sensitive area […]
In Japan, as in other parts of the world, marriage between a man and a woman meant the union of two families. The vast majority of weddings were celebrated as a marriage agreement to unite different clans, and although today it has changed a lot, a Japanese wedding continues to preserve that traditional aspect so […]