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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    well the most experience was i had to go on a blind date with this one asian girl who was interested in me so i had to do her own traditions because they dont want me to do american style so idid what they instructed to me eventually i was really good when time went on the asian girl i was with did not think i was worthy to her so she had to leave me so my experience was great once she dumped me but still good.

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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    I just wish I could get into tea. It's healthy, it's good for English majors . . . but I never have the time to brew it properly. I simply grab a glass of water and run.

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    your simply rite all the time i had never had the rite people that can give some suggestion but yes it is true brewing to fast is tea may not get good but if you go slow with it you might get it rite i have done it my self but i have forgotten how to choose on what tea to use.

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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by dark1angel View Post
    your simply rite all the time i had never had the rite people that can give some suggestion but yes it is true brewing to fast is tea may not get good but if you go slow with it you might get it rite i have done it my self but i have forgotten how to choose on what tea to use.
    That's a shame. Of course, I have a wicked sweet tooth; I probably wouldn't be able to taste it beyond the honey and sugar.

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    ok you got me there so what other kind of revelant stuff you do that relates to the topic???

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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    I don't know exactly what you're looking for in this topic. But in my dojo before class we bow in front of an altar then we bow in front of the head instructor. Then we bow in front of the person we're going to practice techniques or spar with. However I can't imagine Japanese people doing all this bowing in their daily lives. It would be too hectic.
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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    well im looking for all varieties or different things yours is different what your saying im looking for if they have ever had been faced by that the whole tradition in home or family places that is what im looking for.

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    Re: Japanese old traditions

    An old but very fun old tradition in Japan is when a person of a lower class doesn't bow to a higher class person (e.g. someone from the warrior caste), he could have his head chopped off right there. No trial or excuses!

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