Chi-Haya-Buru: A Japanese Cultural Treasure

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Trafford Publishing, 2009 - Art - 116 pages
Chi-Haya-Buru examines the cultural significance of Japanese Uta, the venerable ancestor to the Haiku, and is a book that both historians and Japanese enthusiasts will enjoy exploring.

Well laid out and thought-provoking, this book reveals important cultural-historical links that look back to ‐ and beyond ‐ the very origins of Japan; demonstrating why Japanese Uta were prized by ancient nobility and still today remain a valuable Japanese cultural treasure.

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