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  1. Social Protest and Popular Culture in Eighteenth-Century Japan (Association for Asian Studies Monograph, No Xliii) by Anne Walthall, 1986-03
  2. Across Cultures: Japan (Describing Japan to Foreigners)

141. Welcome To The Sussex Japan Society
A resource for anyone interested in japan, japanese people, culture, language, history, food and travel to japan.
About the Society About that cat! About Japan Forthcoming Meetings ... Search the SJS website or the web powered by FreeFind
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142. KATEIGAHO - Japanese Culture, Arts, Lifestyle Magazine
issue — now on sale Kateigaho International Edition brings you the unique culture, art, and lifestyle of japan. Why aren t there

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KATEIGAHO International Edition
Kateigaho International Edition brings you the unique culture, art, and lifestyle of Japan. "Why aren't there any magazines to tell the world about Japan?" The question has been raised for many years in both Japan and the rest of the world. With 50 years of experience in portraying the spirit of Japan, KATEIGAHO is now launching its new international edition in English. This richly illustrated magazine focuses both on traditions and contemporary life, transcending mere words to generate international understanding and appreciation. Sign up for KATEIGAHO International Edition email newsletter Answer the Summer issue questionnaire for a chance to win an original washi stationery set from Suzan-do.
2004 SPRING Issue
Spring Sake
Architectural Alchemy

Hello Kitty
- The Empress of Cute
Japanese Antiques

Tokyo Street Fashion
2004 WINTER Issue
Absolute Zen ...
Nissan Jikoo

Eating Tokyo


Traditional Tokyo Cuisine
Master Chef Cuisine ... Sushi

143. Welcome To Jet's Japan!
An introduction to the people and culture of japan. japanese trivia test, websites and photography sites.

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Home Links Images KwikQuiz Comments ... Article Jet's Japan
Welcome to Jet's Japan. You are welcome to browse through these pages as a relief from the hectic outside world, looking at scenes from Japan's beautiful islands. Or, you may leap through like a fleeing deer, using the links to guide you on your way to Japanese sites. Either way, have fun here, and come back often!
Jet's Japan!
Web Design Page Japanese Links Japanese Images Web Site Design ©JetSpace

144. Quia - Nihongo Web Japanese Culture Game
Nihongo Web japanese culture Game. How much do you know about japan and the japanese people? The questions come from Modules 15. If
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Nihongo Web Japanese Culture Game
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145. Fiji Embassy - Tokyo, Japan
Embassy of the Republic of the Fiji Islands, located in Tokyo and accredited to japan and South Korea. With information on the embassy staff, investing in Fiji, and Fijian culture.
Listen to the Fiji National Anthem
Format: QuickTime Real Player Midi
Design/Hosting - Include, Ltd

146. Japanese Culture Links On The World Wide Web
japanese Cultural Links on the World Wide Web. Popular culture in japan Books, Magazines, Newspapers, and WWW Links about Popular culture in japan.
Japanese Cultural Links
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Language History Culture Politics ... Grand Ozumo Home Page - Very up-to-date information involving Sumo. If you've ever show interest in Sumo, check this site out.
Hello! from Japan
- Confusing layout, but appears to contain a lot of links. Be careful though, the links are user-submitted and therefore could be inaccurate or unrelated.
Hyakunin Isshu
- Old Japanese Tanka.
Japanese Language on the Mining Company
- useful information on language, culture, and history.
The Japanese National Tourism Organization
- A lot of information for travellers.
Jim Breen's Japanese Page
- A huge resource for languge and culture by a professor in Austrailia. Contains information about Japanese software, as well.
Joseph Wu's Origami Page
- An excellent resource for those of you looking to learn about or methods of origami.
Key Aspects of Japan
- Covers a wide range of topics, about 350 notes in all.

147. Devon And Cornwall Japan Society
Society for the study and enjoyment of Japanese language and culture. Events, newsletter and courses.
Welcome to our home page
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your browser settings and reload this page. Designed by Phil Ronan . Please contact us if you have any comments or queries regarding this website.

148. Index
A personal introduction to japan, japanese culture, and travel.
Thank you for visiting JaPaNiPPoN has moved new address is Hope to see you again Admin Eman

149. Hibernihon
Ireland's gateway to japan a portal site for Irish people interested in japanese culture, language and etiquette. It offers a guide to the best web sites of japanese interest and where to find japanese culture in Ireland.
culture language food travel ... reviews ireland's gateway to japan Here are a couple of new websites that are worth a look: is an excellent new non-profit resource to assist those who wish to set themselves up as private language teachers in Japan. However you should be based in Japan before you register. Nevertheless it's a good starting point if you're planning a move there. If you're interested in traditional Japanese arts try UK-based ikebana master Tomoko Kenny's homepage. It has plenty of links and advice on the world of ikebana. news
Yomiuri JapanTimes Asahi ... contact hibernihon

150. Japan Interactive, Mailing List, Chat, Bbs, Japanese Database Of Pen Pals, Japan
Information on japanese foods, lifestyle, culture, language, with pictures of japan, mailing list, chat, bbs, and pen pals.
Use the browser showing framed page. This is the site to find pen pals from Japan and ask them about Japanese language, Japanese food, Japanese anime, Japanese music, Japanese lifestyle and more.

151. Masaoka Shiki Haiku Awards -TOP-
This site gives information on the substantial literary prizes given as a result of the Matsuyama Declaration of 1999. Watch here for award announcements. Maintained by the Ehime culture Foundation, Ehime Prefecture, japan.
Haiku today is the most popularly written and enjoyed and the most high-spirited form of literature anywhere. Because of its brevity, haiku is very approachable to ordinary people. This has led to its abundant potentiality as a leading element in the development of world literature and it will be a leading element in the new century as well. NEWS
Masaoka Shiki International Haiku Awards 2002
Ehime Culture Foundation and the Selection Comittee are proud to announce the recipients of the Masaoka Shiki International Haiku Awards in 2002. The award ceremony will be held on Sunday, December 1,2002 at Ehime Prefectural Convention Hall in Matsuyama,Japan. Please join us ! Masaoka Shiki International Haiku Prize: Cor van den Heuvel (USA) acceptance statement haiku poet, the editor of The Haiku Anthology Satya Bhushan Verma (India) Professor Emeritus of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Masaoka Shiki International Haiku EIJS Special Prize: Wada Shigeki (Japan) Professor Emeritus of Ehime University Prize Announcement William J. Higginson (Member, Selection Committee)

152. Belgium Japan Association Youth Committee
Created to reinforce relations between Belgian and Japanese. Organizes events and gatherings to exchange interests, experiences, languages, and culture.

153. | Stanford US-Asia Technology Management Center
The Stanford Guide to japan Information Resources has been moved to http//
The Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resources has been moved to
Please bookmark this new location.
March 11, 2004

154. Japanese Culture And Society
An insightful analysis and observation of Japanese culture and society by a leading Japanese anthropologist. Aspects of Japanese culture and Society.
Aspects of Japanese Culture and Society
An Anthropologist's View
International Society for Educational Information
The Plurality of Japanese Culture
Theories of Japanese Culture: Japanese Self-Awareness

The Japanese and Mono

The Family and Ie
Systems and Organizations and the Human Being

This publication was written and prepared for the International Society for Educational Information by Professor Ito Abito of Tokyo University.

155. Japanese Culture
Japanese culture Guide picks. Learn Hiragana with Japanese culture Learn how to write a word relating to Japanese culture and society in hiragana.
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Learn how to write a word relating to Japanese culture and society in hiragana. Antiques and Collectibles
Links to the most interesting and informative sites on Japanese Antiques and Collectibles. Japanese antiques and collectibles are increasingly popular. This page will highlight Japanese objects d' art such as the samurai sword, antique kimono, netsuke, and the tansu. Art/Japanese Paintings
The Japanese art tradition spans several millenia and is one of the most appreciated forms of non-Western art. The following links provide the most interesting and informative links to Japanese art. Business and Economics of Japan
This page provides the most interesting and informative links to business and economics in Japan. Includes topics on commerce, banking, financial markets, and international investments.

156. Photojournalist Jay Dunn: Images & Reporting From Burma, India, Laos, Vietnam, C
Uunveils the most unexpected and beautiful moments shadows and light, rituals and romance, the passion and poetry of many cultures flowing together. Travels to China, japan, India, Korea and Vietnam.

157. Kids Web Japan
Kids Web japan Managed by the japan Center for Intercultural Communications, the Kids Web japan site introduces schoolchildren aged between 10 and 14 to the country of japan. The main page offers

158. Teaching (and Learning) About Japan
map of japan. museums. noh drama. origami paper folding. photos of Old japan. puppets. pottery
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160. Japanese Culture: Japanese Letters
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Translation of our motto Japanese Letters
Japanese did not have letters until chinese introduced their letters in second or third century. After then we japanese are using chinese letters. Of course ancient japanese used these letters for learning chinese progressed culture. As you know, chinese letters are basically ideograms that were originally pitograph and every single letter has its own meaning.
For example, the letter for turtle is . This letter is simplified one as compared to original one but still the shape of turtle is obvious. I do not know how many chinese letters are there, probably more than hundred thousands. Roughly saying, average japanese can read letters of 5,000 or more but can write down 2,000 or less. At elementary school and junior high school, 1,800 of letters are taught.
Chinese letters are used of course in China and in Japan and also in Korea. Chinese use chinese letters only. In Japan, as we are doing nowadays too, the chinese invented letters were arranged otherwise to form a group of letters expressing sounds. Therefore, japanese have ideograms and phonograms. The phonogram letters were contrived in eigth century. Before that time, ancient people used a group of chinese letters as phonograms very hard to read.
The way of making phonograms was to deform the chinese letters that has similar sound with japanese basic sounds. Here is a example of making "a" sound letter".

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