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Knowing Rich Japanese Culture

The Japanese culture has developed over the years. From ancient classical and Japan, the birth of the samurais, and now is a modern Japanese culture comes to exist. Of course, many neighboring countries affected and it has played a major role in shaping the modern Japanese culture. It is a combination of different cultures and although it has experienced separation from the world during the Tokugawa reign, it is still unique Japanese culture. Not only depict the creativity and the freedom of Japanese people, it also reflects the strength of the Japanese by heart. Japanese culture is indeed rich in the field the arts, music, literature, and more. From its classical roots, Japan is known for their traditional art forms and their artistic nature. It has brought the world the wide range of manga and comics. Japanese culture is composed of many artists who made anime Japanese animation known throughout the world. Video games, music, and entertainment shows from Japan has a huge lead industry contribution to the Cyber.

During the ancient times, Japanese culture consists of traditional music, geisha, samurai and more. The geishas are trained from childhood and there were geisha house to shelter them. It is part of the tradition developed by Japanese culture. Another unique thing is the language they use. The Japanese language plays a crucial role in Japanese culture. It is widely used in Japan and many Westerners know it. Japanese written in three ways. The hiragana, katakana and Kanji are the three scripts. The Kanji is imported from China while katakana contain Chinese characters.

Calligraphy is also part of Japanese culture, which is the way of writing characters in an artistic way. Sumi-e or ink painting is the art of painting something or scenes. Another type of Japanese art that are a part of Japanese culture is the Ikebana. It is the art of flower arrangement and is still widely used in Japan as well as other countries. When it comes to the art of theater, the Japanese culture is very rare. They have traditional theater, which is unique to Japanese culture. There are actually four types of theaters in Japan, especially noh, kyogen, Kabuki and bunraku. Performers used masks to portray characters. Most of the time, express their feelings by their actions and dialogue. Part of Japanese culture is the bunraku dates back during the Heian period. This is truly a puppet theater, to highlight the historical performing.

When it comes to clothing, the kimono is the traditional dress for the Japanese people. They come in a variety of colors and designs. The yukata is lighter color and generally worn during the summer season. Most men prefer to wear kimonos with dark colors. You can search for kimonos to shop in Nagoya, Mei, and Tokyo. But nowadays, this is used by Japanese kimonos on special occasions. In fact the Japanese culture is rich in various types and has unique features that make it one of the best cultures in the world.

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