Pictorial Encyclopedia of Japanese Culture: The Soul and Heritage of Japan
Gakken, 1987 - Japan - 130 pages
History of Japan - Practical living traditions of Japan - Education - Culture ; Housing - Family - Work - Leisure - Festivals.
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17th century abroad architecture Ashikaga beauty became Buddha Buddhist built called capital Castle characters China Chinese chopsticks Christianity clan color court culture The culture daimyo decorative deity Detached Palace developed dishes dolls Edo period Emperor Shomu express Festival Flower Arrangement fusuma garden Genroku gifts guest haiku Heian period Heike hira-gana Honzen ryori Horyuji Imperial influence ink painting Japan Japanese cooking Kabuki Kamakura kami kanji kata-kana Kyoto latter half Matsuo Basho Meiji ment Momoyama Muromachi period Museum Nara period nation nature newspapers Nikko nobility Nobunaga original Osaka party performed political popular prefecture priests rice Rikyu samurai season sect Sen no Rikyu served Shimbun Shinto shogun Shoji Shrine style sumo syllables symbol tea ceremony teachings temple tion Todaiji Tokugawa Ieyasu Tokyo tombs Toyotomi Hideyoshi ture ukiyo-e warrior class West Western wooden Year’s