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In addition to castle building, archery and horseback riding, the samurai spent their daily lives practicing calligraphy, astronomy and poetry, and suppressing rebellions against the emperor, and for such a dense program it did not matter at all what diet they were prepared in both body and soul.

The basis of Japanese cuisine is rice, which, stepping out of its mere food status, can almost be linked to sacredness. Shinto, the basic religion of Japan, or rather the totality of ancient traditions, is a polytheistic medium where everything has a separate deity, a spirit to which it is worth praying often for the sake of security. For the presentation of the victim, rice is always at hand, or in case of 18+ prayers, rice wine is recommended. The earliest Japanese dishes were very simple, yet very nutritious. In addition to rice, they were mainly made from fish, vegetables, fruits, and algae. The offer of Fuji Japanese Restaurant is able to bring in all the elements necessary for transcendence, with seafood feast and traditional Japanese sake.

Most samurai lived in Puritan conditions and ate foods like ordinary farmers. The animals, especially for the respect of cattle and horses, ate meat infrequently, as the former provided indisputable merits in the cultivation of the land, in battles and in the necessary mobility, but the basic diet was sometimes supplemented with game meat, mainly deer, wild boar with wild birds, sometimes with a stray bear. The Daily Asia menu with pre-arranged menus for one to four people helps with ordering, and the salmon-avocado lemur can also be used by the braver ones as a bear lure.

A special ceremony of going to war was ducalized, the “nine-cup ceremony,” in which they consumed rament while wishing themselves a bright victory with mind-boggling puns and an ugly defeat to the enemy. Leaving the castle, they avoided the sight of women, as in Japanese culture they have yin energy, while the fight required more masculine yang. To facilitate this, soldiers always stepped with their left foot first, as the left side symbolizes yang. Also before departure, the rules of the raid, such as the prohibition of robbery or rape, were set and the reward for land or gold was stopped in advance. This conversation was conducted only in heroic, combative language, the words “weak” and “cowardly” being avoided. We wholeheartedly recommend following these rules when ordering a delicious, spicy ramen from Biwako Ramen.

Prior to the battle, the computer sent out samurai scouts, or ninjas, to map enemy territory or even obtain inside information such as the identities, coats of arms, and kinships of enemy commanders. But they were also often built as bricks to disintegrate the other army from within as a mercenary of the enemy, spreading propaganda or misleading information. Determining the right camp site was also a classic ninja task, built in the most beautiful form possible, like beer tents, and the ninja’s efforts were acknowledged by the warlord with a bottle of cold Asahi with the traditional “tenchu ​​very much” greeting. Then all he had to do was order the protection of the camp and wait for the day to rise to glory, competing for the office of “the first spear.”

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This article was created to give you a feel for the XII. century Japanese atmosphere through the mirror of an imaginary online lifestyle magazine. Ghost of Tsushima, set in the era, will be available for purchase on the PlayStation 4 from today® console. Buy from this site and fight Jin Sakai, hiding in the skin of the last tsushima samurai against the Mongol hordes!