In spring, hay fever or pollen allergy is very common. It’s ‘kafunsho’ in Japanese. Excessive sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose or a scratchy throat are some of the common symptoms. Everyone may experience and suffer from this allergy caused by Japanese cedar pollen or sugi tree.
To survive this dreadful experience, look and read down below some ways to survive the allergy.
1. Wear a mask to help prevent inhalation of pollen.
2. Use face spray to prevent fine particles from entering nose and eyes.
3. Use eye drops to rinse pollen and dirt from the eyes.
4. Use nasal spray up to three times a day depends on the type and dosage.
5. Take antihistamines. Consult ENT for the best method of treatment.
6. Invest on a good air filter not only to add moisture but also to remove pollen, dust and smell in the room.
7. Never be short of tissue paper for runny nose..
8. Boost immune system by taking probiotics for fast recovery.
9. Wipe floors with a damp mop, a vacuum cleaner will spread the pollen only.
10. Check pollen forecast at all times, too.
Spring season has just started. It’s means a new beginning.
In Japan, cherry blossoms are popular in spring. For Japanese people the blooming of cherry blossom trees symbolizes human life, transience and nobleness.
People await this time and enjoy the festival, sakura festival or also called cherry blossom festival. They go out and enjoy hanami, the traditional viewing and enjoying the beauty of the cherry blossoms.
To indulge in picnics beneath the blooming cherry blossom trees and enjoy hanami, here’s the forecast for this year. The best spots to see them are included as well. Let’s all enjoy the week-long beauty of the cherry blossom trees.
It’s Yuletide season again. It means Christmas time and wintertime. It’s a season of joy and and a season of giving. Each country has its own culture in celebrating this season.
In Japan, Christmas is celebrated with Christmas cake and many lights and bright Christmas decors. With this, Illuminations have become a part of the tradition. For this year, http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2304.html prepared a list of places where you can enjoy the light festival. It’ll be a fun experience for everyone, so don’t miss the chance.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!
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Today is the last day of August and tomorrow ‘Ber’ Months’ will start.
There are few good reasons to celebrate ‘Ber Months’. Many are now excited every time that “Ber” months starts. It means that the ghost month period is finally over and it is the start of a season that is full of optimism. “Ber” months is a period of the year where most holiday occurs. This period involves the last four months of the year, which are September, October, November, and December, basing from the Gregorian calendar.
What happens when ‘Ber months’ start?
1. Holiday season starts
2. More discounts
3. Cheaper tourism
4. Family gathering
5. Attending events and parties
6. Gift giving
7. Start earning more.
There are a lot of things to do and celebrate during these months. Are you excited to do them? Which one is your favorite? Mine are vacation, family gathering and attending events and parties
Odaiba, one of the popular dating spots in Tokyo because of its romantic beach front, set a wonderful atmosphere last night by lighting wonderful paper lanterns with the help of volunteers. It was done to commemorate Sea Day. The place was able to create a romantic and relaxed atmosphere that was enjoyed by both locals and foreign visitors. While roaming around, you could enjoy listening to the music performed by local artists and was done in the middle of the area. It was pretty crowded last night but it was all good. It’s a fun experience for me.
How about you? Did you visit the place last night? Do you have any fun memories of Sea Day? Why don’t you share and comment below.
I’d like to share some of the photos I took last night, by the way.
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