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WPCS 2.1.3
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WPCS 2.1.3

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Sarah Giannini

Culture Corner – Bowing

Bowing is a well-known form of Japanese etiquette and deeply ingrained in Japanese culture. The Japanese believe the head is the most important part of the body, and by bowing, they are showing their respect. Although bowing may seem pretty straightforward, it’s actually quite complicated, with everything from the depth of the bow to its...
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How to Make a Reversible Japanese Knot Bag!!

Hello! I would like to share with you how to make a reversible Japanese knot bag. This easy project is made even faster if you have a Cricut available. You can get a free SVG of the pattern here. The free pattern is provided by Hello Creative Family. You will need to log into Cricut Design...
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Naoshima – Art Island

  On an island in the Seto Inland Sea, you can find beautiful modern art museums, architecture, and sculptures. Naoshima is an art island and known for its art museums. You might have seen images of one of Yayoi Kusama’s iconic pumpkin sculptures located near Miyanaura Port. “Ando Island” also features many structures created by...
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Meet our Staff – Sarah Giannini

  Hello, I’m Sarah. I began my career with Samurai Tours in 2016 with our registration and billing departments. Since then I have joined our tours team and continue to work in our billing department.   Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago offered me lots of great opportunities. I completed my bachelor’s degree in...
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Pigment: An Artist’s Dream Come True

Pigment is a store, lab, academy, and museum. They are “a comprehensive facility for creativity”! A simple and elegant store made almost entirely of bamboo was designed by world-renowned artist Kengo Kuma. Here you will find quality materials. The wide variety of supplies include pigments in 4,500 hues, 200 kinds of Sumi ink sticks and...
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teamLab Borderless: Mori Building Digital Art Museum

  Explore the world of digital artwork in a 10,000 square meter interactive digital art museum. The experience is different than any other museum you’ve been to before! The digital art collective teamLab now has a permanent home at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum. Announced as the world’s first digital art museum in June...
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