Japanese culture in calligraphy

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Japanese culture has always been very appreciated by Europeans, there are many things that we do but we know that in Japan they do much better. There are several stories about this culture, where some essential tricks are also revealed, such as beauty tricks that the people of Japan use and are quite effective.

In the handwriting part, many people like the handwriting almost as "drawn" even if they don't know what it means. In fact, eastern countries, especially Japan, have always had a passion for sending different letters not only because of their handwriting but also because of the meaning they have.

Calligraphy and sending letters

With beautiful and careful calligraphy, the Japanese have maintained the tradition of writing letters over the centuries. And for that, it is also necessary to send the said letters, and it is in this circumstance that the Envelopesonline.pt website can be of great help.

We know that there are many Japanese in Portugal and also in Brazil, who maintain this tradition. Through this site you can also prepare to send that same beautiful handwriting through a different, personalized envelope, or just with different colors and styles to the recipient.

In addition, in the day-to-day tasks themselves, this is a reference site for obtaining personalized envelopes, since the wide range of choice also facilitates diversity.

Japanese culture in calligraphy

Learn about Japanese culture

Japanese culture is not just calligraphy, although it is an important part, we know that calm music that enters our hearts and also food customs are things that many people do in the rest of the world.

However, if we are to analyze the culture as a whole, we know that sending letters has examples from several centuries ago, when we managed to govern the world in a totally different way than it is today.

Many centuries ago, emperors who sent letters with orders to those the emperor had control over, usually also had a kind of signature, where there was no room for doubt as to who sent that letter.

In the old days there was a lot of respect for the authorities that ruled, and so a bow or kneeling, something that today may be absolutely unnecessary, in the western world was almost as mandatory in ancient times.

Complete guide – Japanese translators and translation

beyond the culture

Japanese restaurants or even Chinese restaurants are increasingly rooted in the cuisine we eat in Portugal. Many people who have no contact with Japanese culture, like to eat sushi, for example.

This is due to the popularization of Japanese culture in Europe, including our country, which in a way also demonstrates that this is a rich and expressive culture not only in cultural terms but also in gastronomic terms.

Also the “300 stores” as they were formerly called, or “Chinese stores”, are an added value for the acquisition of quality non-food goods, while maintaining a low price due to the large export volume. Thus, quality is combined with price.

All this is to enable us to have contact with western culture, even if we do not know any information about the culture.

While it's fun to remember how it used to be, and to take a critical look at Japanese culture today, we know that there are things that don't change, like the sending of letters and the careful and beautiful handwriting that we see.

Western countries are very good in terms of work, as well as culture, and they have brought this spirit to our country and to Europe, which also gives us a lot of advantage.

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