Shaduwenian culture is a combination of different cultures. The empire shares many aspects with other monarchist countries, with a traditional heritage.

Traditional festivities to commemorate the feast days of gods are common. The Ocean Festival and Temple Festival are a couple of the most well-known. These  celebrations are times for feasting, music, and dancing. Some traditions, however, are changing or gradually being forgotten due to modernization. The Shaduwenian Association of Culture has been lauded for preserving many of the various traditional folk dances found throughout the Shaduwenian Empire.

The names of many streets, towns, and provinces are Shaduwish. Fjorgundian and Hyuwei architecture has left an imprint in the Shaduwenian Empire in the way many towns were designed around a central square or plaza mayor, many of the buildings bearing its influence were preserved.

The Shaduwenian people speaks different  language is an example of the globalization impact on Shaduwenian society, yet Shaduwish is spoken by the people even in the occupied and annexed territoty. It has contributed to the ready acceptance and influence of Shaduwenian pop cultural trends. Modern day Shaduwenian people also listen and watch contemporary music and film from other nation. However, Original Shaduwenian Music (also known as OSM) and local films are also enjoyed.
Shaduwenian National Museum in Arcyn City