There is no one right answer regarding learning Japanese culture by studying haiku. A haiku is written to show the beauty of nature and the human heart, and almost always has a code word, or kigo, to symbolize seasons and plants.
Yes read more books and you will learn more!
culture includes many things people share
Japanese culture is learned by having Japanese family members. When someone is around a specific culture all the time, they learn it without even trying.
the food, costumes and karate(maybe)
By studying their history and their civilization and their culture. Taking a trip to Egypt wouldn't hurt.
what the Egyptians wrote about their lifestyle and such. and find out the secrets about Egyptian culture
Generally speaking, there is a close and clear link between culture and language; and also CUISINE doubtless reflects CULTURE. As such, if you want to enjoy the RICH Japanese culture and therefore cuisine,you will need to learn Japanese.
For a serious answer you can learn about the Japanese culture and it does interest a lot of people because you learn about peoples way of life.
They may learn about how a certain culture may have lived or what they used in everyday life, by studying the artifacts they find in the "Digs". Hoped that helped ! PS I just answered my own question too. Lmao
The best place to learn Japanese for free is to immerse within the culture with a visit to the country and speaking with everyone. The second best way to learn is by visiting local Japanese festivals, fairs, and places of recreation.
If you are ever planning to go out of the country you must know what the culture is of the place you are going so you don't offend someone or break a law. Plus, some of the things in our culture come from other cultures, so you can learn more about our culture by studying other cultures