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Japan is the second biggest producer of single malt whisky in the world. It has been taking top prizes in international tastings since 2001. At the 2008 World Whisky Awards, Japan underlined its arrival on the world scene by scooping both of the top prizes - the best single malt whisky in the world and the best blended whisky in the world.



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An interactive comic blog uploaded weekly from Tokyo by German comic artist Dirk Schwieger. Readers are invited to submit assignments and can read a comic about his efforts...


Presentation Zen

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Garr Reynolds' blog on issues related to professional presentation design - power point culture - Nice analysis about Gates, Jobs, & the Zen aesthetic

Tatami Mats - Goza

Natural hand-woven rush tatami goza mats. The traditional Japanese flooring for homes or restaurants. Direct from Japan and available in a variety of large sizes our tatami mat covers make excellent, safe and affordable floor coverings over carpets or hard surfaces. Tatami mats make any room feel lighter and more spacious.

Cloth folding

on y resiste pas, le pire c'est que je viens d'essayer et que ça marche...

Know How to Fold'Em

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comment plier sont t-shirt en 4 leçons... faut vraiment que je m'y mette

HotTubs : wooden Japanese ofuros...

Hinoki wood, japanese traditional bath

SHIGERU BAN Architects

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Paper tube structures - House and housing - Industrial design ...

Haiku on Wikipedia

Haiku is a very short poetic form: Traditional Japanese haiku consisted of three lines of 5, 7, and 5 units (morae) which generally corresponded to syllables. They also contained a special season word — the kigo — descriptive of the season in which the haiku was set.

Haiku Error Messages contest

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Clearly, we struck a nerve. Not only do you love to write haiku, but it appears that many have strong feelings about losing your work, wasting your time and rebooting. Who would have guessed?