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         Japanese Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Japanese Culture, 4th Edition (Updated and Expanded) by H. Paul Varley, 2000-05-28
  2. Zen and Japanese Culture: (New in Paper) (Bollingen Series) by Daisetz T. Suzuki, 2010-10-03
  3. The Japanese Mind: Understanding Contemporary Japanese Culture by Roger J. Davies, Osamu Ikeno, 2002-03-15
  4. Japanese Business Culture and Practices: A Guide to Twenty-First Century Japanese Business by John P. Alston, 2005-06-16
  5. A Dictionary of Japanese Food: Ingredients & Culture by Richard Hosking, 1997-01-15
  6. The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop Culture by Mark Schilling, 1997-05-01
  7. The Japanese Have a Word for It: The Complete Guide to Japanese Thought and Culture by Boye Lafayette De Mente, 1997-10-11
  8. Introduction to Japanese Culture by Daniel Sosnoski, 1996-06-15
  9. Japanamerica: How Japanese Pop Culture Has Invaded the U.S. by Roland Kelts, 2007-11-13
  10. Japanese Aesthetics and Culture (Suny Series on Asian Studies Development)
  11. The Culture of Japanese Fascism (Asia-Pacific: Culture, Politics, and Society)
  12. The Cambridge Companion to Modern Japanese Culture (Cambridge Companions to Culture)
  13. Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture
  14. Tokyo Cyberpunk: Posthumanism in Japanese Visual Culture by Steven T. Brown, 2010-07-15

1. Japanese Culture
Culture makes a language more interesting to learn. Articles about various Japanese culture.
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    3. Category:Japanese Culture - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Japanese culture consists of the interaction between a strong original Jōmon culture and subsequent influences from the rest of the world. Culture of China was first mostly
    Category:Japanese culture
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Japanese culture consists of the interaction between a strong original Jōmon culture and subsequent influences from the rest of the world. Culture of China was first mostly influential, starting with the development of the Yayoi culture from around 300BC. Classical Greek and Indian cultural traditions, combined into Greco-Buddhism , influenced the arts and religions of Japan from the 6th century AD, culminating with the introduction of Mahayana Buddhism . From the 16th century onward, European influence prevailed, with American influences becoming predominant following the end of World War II Japan developed a unique original culture, in its arts ( ikebana origami ukiyo-e crafts ... pottery ), performances ( bunraku dance kabuki noh ... kamishibai ), and traditions ( games onsen sento tea ceremony ), as well as a unique cuisine Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Culture of Japan The main article for this category is Japanese culture Click the "+" below to see all subcategories: Japanese culture
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    Explanations of Japanese cultural traits and resulting culture shock facing westerners.
    Japanese Culture A Primer For Newcomers
    Culture Shock 101
    NO!! This is not another site on Japanese Zen and rock gardens, nor fantasizing about pretty *Important* : Japan has a lot of positive traits, and a lot of negative ones also. You'll find Japan captivating, bewildering, enchanting, enraging, humorous, frustrating, loose, uptight, accomodating, and anal-retentive sometimes all at the same time. However, the contents of this site center more on the negative aspects than the positive ones since these are what make life for westerners more difficult here. They are meant to show more of what culture shock is experienced and are * NOT * to be taken as an accounting of the number of good traits vs. the bad.
      Here are a few basic traits to remember
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    • Tate-shakai The Vertical Society
    • Shikata ga Nai and Gaman You Can't Fight City Hall
    • The Iron Triangle and the Empty Center
    1. Uchi-Soto ("Us and Them")

    JAPANESE CULTURE Over 220 pages of Japanese culture Geisha, Samurai, Japanese Language, Japanese Clothing, kimono culture, Japanese New Year, Japanese tea ceremony, Japanese

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    JAPANESE CULTURE - Over 220 pages of Japanese culture: Geisha, Samurai, Japanese Language, Japanese Clothing, kimono culture, Japanese New Year, Japanese tea ceremony, Japanese gardens, Christmas in Japan, Japanese music and more culture of Japan.
    The famous traditional Japanese entertainers have many myths about their lifestyle and history.
    The famous Samurai were warriors in pre-industrial Japan.
    The kimono is a very famous traditional Japanese clothing. There are many different types of kimonos including Yukata
    Discover all the exciting styles of Japanese fashion from the latest street fashion to some more traditional styles.
    Understand the culture of Japanese music from the traditional Japanese music to the modern Japanese music styles.
    1000's of pictures of Japan, Japanese people, Japanese fashion and Japanese culture. You will understand Japanese culture much better just from these pictures.

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    The Japanese are serious about cleanliness. The word for clean is kirei. Kirei also means pretty and/or beautiful. People often sweep the street in front of their homes. culture

    7. The Black Moon Japanese Culture Web Site
    Articles, glossary, reviews, and art contests, as well as information on Japanese culture and art.
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    When thinking of Japan some people conjure up images of a romantic past filled with heroic Samurai , beautiful Geisha , and stoic Zen masters. Others think of traditions in art like Kabuki theater or the gorgeous woodblock prints of the Edo period. Still others imagine a modern pop culture filled with Idol Singers, anime, and eye popping cinema. We write about all those things and more here at the Black Moon. BLACKMOON WEB LOG The Blackmoon blog showcases Japanese culture and offers commentary on a whole range of relevant topics, including current events, exhibits, and pop culture. Recent posts have included everything from Japanese cooking shows and anime cosplay conventions, to the latest music and technology coming out of Japan. See you there!

    8. Culture Of Japan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Japanese culture and info Working with the Japanese, BBC A Fan in Japan, a BBC online game regarding Japanese culture; Rare Materials Exhibition Kyoto University Digital Library
    Culture of Japan
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The culture of Japan has evolved greatly over millennia, from the country's prehistoric Jōmon period to its contemporary hybrid culture, which combines influences from Asia Europe and North America . The inhabitants of Japan experienced a long period of relative isolation from the outside world during the Tokugawa shogunate until the arrival of " The Black Ships " and the Meiji period Fūjin and Raijin Tawaraya Sōtatsu , 17th century. Pine Trees Hasegawa Tōhaku
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      Computer keyboard with hiragana and the Latin alphabet . Although hiragana is printed, most Japanese don't use this to type, but use romaji, or Latin alphabet. Main article: Japanese language The Japanese language has always played a significant role in Japanese culture. The language is spoken mainly in Japan but also in some Japanese emigrant communities around the world. It is an agglutinative language and the sound inventory of Japanese is relatively small but has a lexically distinct pitch-accent system. Early Japanese is known largely on the basis of its state in the 8th century, when the three major works of

    9. Planet Tokyo: Japanese Culture News
    Planet Tokyo Blog Cultural news from Tokyo Japanese Culture News
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    10. Japanese Culture (English)
    A guide to the culture of Japan. Before you can really understand anyone, you have to have some idea of what their daily lives are like Their traditions, their beliefs, their

    11. Japanese Culture
    Japanese Culture Kabuki and Theater Koi ShichiGo-San Festival Tea Ceremony Japanese Weddings Slide Show of Shrines
    Japanese Culture
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    Shichi-Go-San Festival

    Tea Ceremony
    Slide Show of Shrines

    12. Genki Japanese And Culture School
    School located in Fukuoka City, teaching courses in Japanese language for foreigners, with a focus on learning about Japanese culture.

    13. Japanese Culture Mattters - Your Japanese Culture News Channel
    Follow Your Interests! News and views from the world's best bloggers and tweeps about Japanese Culture
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    Bubbles entertains us today with a “somewhat” tastier version of Hot-Kid Honey Ball Cookies from Hana brand, simply name... 7 days ago From Japanese Snack Food Review
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    Shinto, The native religion of Japan is steeped in mysteries and traditions that go back to a time before recorded history. S... 2 days ago From American Mishima
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    It was said that two white herons from Atsuta Shrine, where Nobunaga prayed right before the Battle of Okehazama, flew to bat... 1 day ago From Oda Nobunaga
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    Happy Pocky Day Junkies, I have some appropriate review material to celebrate the day. I did a cookie crush pocky a while ba...

    14. Sake-Drenched Postcards - View From A Hill: Scavenging At Stung Meanchey
    Delivers a weekly column that features Japanese culture.
    View from a Hill: Scavenging at Stung Meanchey Stung Gun Range Pyongyang Tuol Sleng ... Sapors P HNOM PENH - The white and gray cloud hanging over Stung Meanchey Municipal Waste Dump on a recent weekday morning is thick and smothering. The smoke is rising from the perpetually burning fires around the site's nearly seven hectares of undulating hills of fetid garbage. "Actually, today the conditions are quite good," says Hong Sot, one of a few hundred recyclable material collectors at Phnom Penh, Cambodia's largest garbage dump. "Usually the smoke is much more intense." Sot, sweat clinging to the side of his face, is outfitted in a heavy gray shirt and plaid bandana. He is taking a short break from the activity at the top of the nearby hill. There, collectors frantically pick through freshly dumped Phnom Penh refuse. At his feet are large bundles of what is considered recyclable booty - bottles, chunks of metal, plastic bags, and paper - that have been hauled down from the work area. In front of him is a dirt slope covered by a series of metal plates, upon which are a few idling trucks. Dump workers call on the vehicles one by one, their wheels often spinning on the accumulated muck as they move up onto a slightly elevated and open apron. Standing in the middle of this clear space is a gentleman sporting sunglasses and sharp brown shorts. He repeatedly blows on a whistle to indicate where the new loads should be dropped.

    15. Flickr: Japanese Culture.
    Japanese Culture. Group Pool Discussion 539 Members Map Join This Group. Group Pool 7,920 items Only members can add to the pool.
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    16. Aozora NYC | Japanese Culture, Arts, Music, Food, People And More In NYC
    Introduces Japanese culture and people in New York and Japan.
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    Get to Know Japanese Creative People in New York City
    Japanese artists, designers, musicians, performers, and other creators of Japanse culture who live/work in New York
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    Experience Japanese Culture in New York City
    Japanese cultural events, exhibitions, and performances in NYC
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    May 6 - 22 , 2005 Premier: May 6th, 7th, 8th Thursday - Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm At: The Common Basis Theatre 50 8th Avenue, (near 46th St. ) Room 500 (5th Floor) More Info J FOOD NY Taste Japanese Food in New York City My Favorite Japanese Restaurant (Updated Every Monday) Japanese Restaurant Guide in New York City Japanse Grocery Stores in New York City COMMUNICATE Communicate with us in Japanese or in English Contact Us: Any comments or questions about this website or about Japanese culture, people, or food? Let us be your help!

    17. Japanese Culture Meetup Groups - Japanese Culture Meetups
    Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world about Japanese Culture

    18. 龍谷大学(りゅうこくだいがく) 進取と共生(ともいき
    Japanese culture and language program, study abroad and exchange program.
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    19. - Japanese Culture- Wa-pedia
    Guide to Japanese culture history, traditions, religion, lifestyle, relationships

    20. Travel To Japan Japanese Culture
    Ancestral Lineage of Japan. In the homes of most Japanese families, there is usually a special altar and often even a special room specifically for housing that very special altar.
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    Ancestral Lineage of Japan
    In the homes of most Japanese families, there is usually a special altar and often even a special room specifically for housing that very special altar. It is a place where families communicate with and pray for their past relatives. It is also a place where they honor their ancestral lineage in general. These altars [...]
    Miyazaki- A Modern Japanese Favorite
    In the world of Japanese cinema, there is a certain internationally famous Japanese director who is considered to be something of a modern legend of cinematic animation around the world today. He is the creative and prolific film maker known as Hayao Miyazaki. Known for his amazing portfolio of spectacular animated films, Miyazaki continues to [...]
    Visiting The Ghibli Museum
    One of Japan’s most celebrated modern museum offerings is likely in the form of the popular “Ghibli Museum” in Tokyo. This wonderful museum is often a primary destination of choice for international tourists familiar with the well known “Studio Ghibli” and its many wonderful animated movies. These include such delights as “My Neighbor Totoro”, “Kiki’s [...]
    Unique Japanese Charms and Superstitions
    Japan, like many countries, has some unique customs attributable to its specific history of superstitions and belief systems. Japanese customs, however, often tend to be of a rather extreme variety of unique, relative to many other countries. One category of such customs is in the form of its talismans of good fortune. Talismans of this [...]

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