Monthly Archives: February 2014

[PDF] What is Miso

Making miso soup is an event through out my trip. It is going slowly but has a steady progress. For example, people who eat miso soup that I make always seem to be happy to be my guests. Especially the people in Mongolia, Europe, Thailand, India seemed to have enjoyed the taste. Funnily enough, the […]

Deliver the Local Women the Skills and Jobs! – Activity at Sewing Center

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 23rd I would like to introduce one of my guesthouse mates’ activity. I am glad if you can feel that there are many options to live and work after reading this post. Let’s name her M, who is just 28 years old, stays at the same guesthouse as us. M […]

Hindu Style Wedding: Paraded on Streets with Laud Speakers

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 21st. It is special postings of the wedding. It is finally the main wedding day. The ritual event has been held among the family members and monks and women to sing songs until today, the ceremony will be open for any possible person in town. Like it was exciting for […]

Hindu Style Wedding: Look at The Old Indian Lady’s Serious Face

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 20th It is the second day of the wedding ceremony. Hindu monk showed up and the ritual finally became full-scaled. I also felt that those Indian women’s facial expressions were very exotic and amazing. The couple followed the instruction not to wash the turmeric paintings away and waited for a […]

Turmeric Spread Over Faces

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 19th The Hindu style wedding by a Japanese couple began. decorations on the bodies, religious rituals, strong curiosities of the villagers attracted us and did not leave our eyes off. This wedding ceremony is held for three days. Because It is said to be five days usually in Hindi weddings, […]

Indian are Excited, Japanese Couple Have a Wedding in Hindu Style

Source: Ken’s blog on Jan 18th We ran back to Bodhgaya from Varanasi for a wedding ceremony that was going to be held by a Japanese couple in Hindu style! The place of the wedding was Sugata village (official name is Bakrour) where is half an hour away from the central Bodhgaya. I have been […]

South Indian Dishes from Kerala

It has been a week since we came down to Trivandrum, Kerala in the south from Bodhgaya, Bihar in the north east! India can be very roughly divided into north and south, and here in the south I have tried many dishes that never seen in the north. I introduce some of our breakfast, lunch, […]