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Japan Day - Japanese Culture

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  • 1. NIHON-NO KOKUGO TO BUNMEI
  • 2. Old vs New
    • The Japanese language is an ancient art form, deeply embedded in Japanese culture.
  • 3.  
  • 4. SUMO
    • Rikishi
    • Dohyo
    • Mawashi
    • Yokozuna
  • 5. Geisha
    • Geisha means ‘artist’
    • Maiko
    • Shamisen
    • Shironuri
    • Kimono
    • Nihon-gami
  • 6. Judo to Kendo
    • Judogi
    • Tatami
    • Shinai
    • Kenjutsu
  • 7. Kabuki
  • 8. Matsuri Means FESTIVALS
    • Shinto
    • Hanobi
  • 9. Ninja Espionage and assassination Practised ninjitsu Worked for powerful Lords or the Government 16th to 19 th centuries
  • 10. Hanami ‘’ flower viewing ‘’
  • 11. Anime … means animation e.g.Hayao Miyazaki
  • 12. Japanese Gardens
    • Shakkei
    • Gokurado jodo
    • Karesansui
  • 13. Samurai
    • … means ‘those who serve’
    • Bushido
    • Daimyo
    • Katana
    • Seppuku
  • 14. Calligraphy
    • 3 alphabets – kanji, hiragana and katakana
    • Hundreds of sounds and symbols
    • Shodo – form of calligraphy
    • 3 font types: kaisho, gyosho and sosho
  • 15. Now, you have a go!

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