You Can Find A Lot of Hygge in Japanese Satoyama Part1: Hibachi

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If you want to experience Hygge, a Danish word for a quality of coziness, in Japan, you should come to Satoyama in the countryside.


You can have a timeless moment sitting by a Hibachi for example.


A Hibachi is a Japanese style fireplace using charcoal. We don’t use it as a main form of  heating, but as a secondary form to help us feel warm.


In our house, we use Hibachi with a wood stove.

A Hibachi has ultra‐red ray effect, and it is supposed to warm our body from the core. It has transending effect, and good for your mindfulness meditation.



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