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4 Subtle Habits Which Build Your Japanese Genki Spirit

1. Respect for less makes room for only the things that make you happy

Illustrations by Kaki Okumura

What is Japanese genki?

Genki refers to good health, but it looks beyond human physiology and encompasses our energy, our vitality for life, and the spirit we project on others.




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Kaki Okumura

Kaki Okumura

Born in Dallas, raised in New York and Tokyo. I care about helping others learn to live a better, healthier life. My site: 🌱

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