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Amaterasu ancient Ashikaga Shogunate bamboo became Buddhist Buddhist temples calligraphy capital city castle Chinese city of Kyoto clan color companies corporations culture daimyo dance decorated developed Diet emperor famous festival feudal fish flowers foreign Fujiwara gardens geisha Genji Heian Honshu Island House imperial court industry ink painting introduced into Japan Japa Japanese government Kabuki Kamakura Shogunate kami kimono known Korea Kyoto Kyushu Island Meiji government Meiji Restoration military Minamoto Nara nese Nihon Nihon Shoki Noh drama Oda Nobunaga Okinawa Osaka party poetry political popular pottery Prefecture prime minister Province Pure Land religious Restoration of 1868 rice Rikyu Ryukyu Islands sacred samurai Satsuma sauce sect of buddhism Sen no Rikyu Shinto shrines sixth century a.d. style sword Taira tea ceremony Tendai textiles Tokugawa Ieyasu Tokugawa Shogunate Tokyo Toyotomi Hideyoshi trade traditional Japanese treaty Western women Yamato zen sect