成人 の 日 (Seijin no Hi) or can be called as Maturity Day in Japan, is a memorial day where all teenagers who have just turned 20 celebrate their day to become adults. It is common in Japan when someone at the age of 20 years are allowed to drink alcohol, smoke, live with parents, even have sex. And today is usually very eagerly awaited by teenagers, because finally they can be free to choose the path of life they want.
1/365 UNIKOM's  Japanese Literature Student Association wishes you a Happy New Year 2020. Let's make a new history that is more meaningful and what has been passed in 2019 serve as self-reflection to become a better person. 今年もよろしくお願いたします!
Japanese Language and Culture Week (BUNKASAI) 2019
Japanese Language and Culture Week or often called Bunkasai, is an annual event held at the Center for Japanese Language Studies, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, University of Padjadjaran, Jatinangor Campus on 28-29 June 2019. This activity is a form of cooperation from the UNPAD Japanese Literature Study Program with several campuses that have Japanese Literature Study Programs in Bandung. In this activity there were several competitions which competed with the superior campus to compete in several competitions: Shuuji Contest, Kanji Contest, Kana Contest, Choukai, Karaoke, Sakubun and Speech Contest. In addition to holding competitions, this event also features several Japanese [...]
Ramadhan Tradition in Japan
The month of Ramadan is a month full of blessings that is very much awaited by all Muslims in all corners of the world. One of the activities that must be done by a Muslim during the month of Ramadan is fasting. Fasting is a Muslim worship where one must endure all hunger and lust from the appearance of the sun to the setting of the sun. Not only that, the coming of Ramadan always brings a unique tradition. One of them which is famous in Indonesia is ngabuburit. In addition, the cherry country also has its own traditions that [...]