8 edition of Festivals/The Dramas of Japan found in the catalog.
Festivals/The Dramas of Japan
January 1, 1989
by Zephyr Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||89|
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10 Popular Japanese Festivals. Matsuri are traditional Japanese festivals and each of them has a long history. The date and nature of each festival are different from community to community. Matsuris are powerful, energetic, exciting and enjoyable - everybody is always welcome to participate.
Japanese Celebrations: Cherry Blossoms, Lanterns and Stars!. Vermont: Tuttle Publishing, This colorful books covers many Japanese festivals, including Tanabata. For more children's literature: Bibliography of Children's Books about Japan was compiled in by the Education Department at Japan Society.
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The Japanese culture is deeply related to these four seasons. In general, the four seasons of Japan offers number of festivals and events to experience that take place in different areas across the country.
Spring: Sakura on Mount Fuji, Kawaguchi Lake, Japan. Photo Credit: skyseeker at Flickr through Creative Commons licensing. Japanese Literature Including Selections from Genji Festivals/The Dramas of Japan book and Classical Poetry and Drama of Japan Contents: Genji Monogatari, by Murasaki Shikib; translated into English by Suyematz Kenchio -- Classical poetry of Japan: selections, translated by B.
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When you learn Japanese history, you will learn about many other traditions and celebrations. If you get the opportunity to travel to Japan, you should definitely participate in one of these events. For more information about traveling to Japan, check out the top 10 Japan Travel.
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