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Japan through the Ashikaga      Period (16th c.)
Jomon Periodc. 14,000-300 BCE
Vessel, 3rd millennium BCE
Vessel, 3rd millennium BCE
Dogu Figurine, c. 1000-400 BCE
Dogu Figurine, c. 1,000-400 BCE
Kofun Period c. 300-552 CE
Burial Mounds
Chieftain Haniwa, c. 500
Horse Haniwa, 6th c.
Shinto
Female Shinto Spirit, 12th c.
Usa Shrine, Usa, est. 8th c.
Ujigami Shrine, Uji, est. 11th c.
Asuka Period   552-646
Asuka Temple, Asuka (Nara), est. 588
Prince Shotoku, ruled 593-622      Kogan Zenji, 1800
Prince Shotoku and His Children Portrait from the Nara Period
Prince Shotoku Deified, early 14th c.
Shitenno-ji Temple, Osaka, est. 593
Horyu-ji TempleIkaruga, Nara Prefecture, est. 607
Buddha of Healing, Horyu-ji Temple, 7th c.
Nara Period  646-794
Rinno-ji Buddhist Shrine    Nikko, est. 766
Heian Period  794-1185
Enryaku-ji Temple   Kyoto, est. 794
Daigo-Ji Temple  Kyoto, est. 874
The Heian Court
Fujiwara Michinaga (ruled de facto 997-1027)            Kikuchi Yosai, 1878
Formal
Semi-formal
Informal
Courtesan
Heian Court WomanUtagawa Kunisada, 19th c.
Cherry Blossoms
Cherry Blossom Viewing, 17th c.
Murasaki ShikibuThe Tale of Genji, c. 1010
Lady Murasaki Writing at Ishiyama Temple, 1767
Murasaki ShikibuKikuchi Yosai, 1878
Murasaki Shikibu at Ishiyama Temple       Hiroshige III, c. 1880
Murasaki at Ishiyama Temple Kyosen Kawasaki, 20th c.
Murasaki ShikibuSumi-e Azusa, 21st c.
Tendai Buddhism
Tendai Daishi, 14th c. Portrait
Lotus Sutra, 12th c.
Lotus Sutra, Heian Period
Fugen Riding Elephant, Heian Period
Fugen Riding Elephant, 1225-50
Monju Atop Shishi Lion, 10th c.
Monju Riding Lion, 1324
Buddha with Fugen and Monju, 17th c.
Pure Land Buddhism
Paradise of Amida BuddhaKasuga Kaishi, Late Heian Period
Bodhisattvas Descending from      Paradise, c. 1300
Byodo-in (Phoenix Hall)       Kyoto, 1053
Byodo-in Amida Buddha
Kamakura Period    1185-1392
The Minamoto (Genji) ClanFights the Taira (Heike) Clan     Late 17th c. Illustrations of    The Heike Tale (12th-13th c.)
The Battle at Uji Bridge, 1180     Late 17th c. Illustrations of    The Heike Tale (12th-13th c.)
Samurai of the Kamakura Period
Seppuku, 19th-c. Illustration
Yoroi Armor, Early 14th c.
Zen Buddhism
Ryoan-ji Temple Garden, Kyoto, late 15th c.
The Tea Ceremony
Tea-Grinding Stone MillHukuin Ekaku, 1740s-50s
Zen LandscapeTani Bucho, 18th-19th c.
Ashikaga Period   1392-1523
The Golden Pavilion     Kyoto, 1397
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Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
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  1. 1. Japan through the Ashikaga Period (16th c.)
  2. 2. Jomon Periodc. 14,000-300 BCE
  3. 3. Vessel, 3rd millennium BCE
  4. 4. Vessel, 3rd millennium BCE
  5. 5. Dogu Figurine, c. 1000-400 BCE
  6. 6. Dogu Figurine, c. 1,000-400 BCE
  7. 7. Kofun Period c. 300-552 CE
  8. 8. Burial Mounds
  9. 9. Chieftain Haniwa, c. 500
  10. 10. Horse Haniwa, 6th c.
  11. 11. Shinto
  12. 12. Female Shinto Spirit, 12th c.
  13. 13. Usa Shrine, Usa, est. 8th c.
  14. 14. Ujigami Shrine, Uji, est. 11th c.
  15. 15. Asuka Period 552-646
  16. 16. Asuka Temple, Asuka (Nara), est. 588
  17. 17. Prince Shotoku, ruled 593-622 Kogan Zenji, 1800
  18. 18. Prince Shotoku and His Children Portrait from the Nara Period
  19. 19. Prince Shotoku Deified, early 14th c.
  20. 20. Shitenno-ji Temple, Osaka, est. 593
  21. 21. Horyu-ji TempleIkaruga, Nara Prefecture, est. 607
  22. 22. Buddha of Healing, Horyu-ji Temple, 7th c.
  23. 23. Nara Period 646-794
  24. 24. Rinno-ji Buddhist Shrine Nikko, est. 766
  25. 25. Heian Period 794-1185
  26. 26. Enryaku-ji Temple Kyoto, est. 794
  27. 27. Daigo-Ji Temple Kyoto, est. 874
  28. 28. The Heian Court
  29. 29. Fujiwara Michinaga (ruled de facto 997-1027) Kikuchi Yosai, 1878
  30. 30. Formal
  31. 31. Semi-formal
  32. 32. Informal
  33. 33. Courtesan
  34. 34. Heian Court WomanUtagawa Kunisada, 19th c.
  35. 35. Cherry Blossoms
  36. 36. Cherry Blossom Viewing, 17th c.
  37. 37. Murasaki ShikibuThe Tale of Genji, c. 1010
  38. 38. Lady Murasaki Writing at Ishiyama Temple, 1767
  39. 39. Murasaki ShikibuKikuchi Yosai, 1878
  40. 40. Murasaki Shikibu at Ishiyama Temple Hiroshige III, c. 1880
  41. 41. Murasaki at Ishiyama Temple Kyosen Kawasaki, 20th c.
  42. 42. Murasaki ShikibuSumi-e Azusa, 21st c.
  43. 43. Tendai Buddhism
  44. 44. Tendai Daishi, 14th c. Portrait
  45. 45. Lotus Sutra, 12th c.
  46. 46. Lotus Sutra, Heian Period
  47. 47. Fugen Riding Elephant, Heian Period
  48. 48. Fugen Riding Elephant, 1225-50
  49. 49. Monju Atop Shishi Lion, 10th c.
  50. 50. Monju Riding Lion, 1324
  51. 51. Buddha with Fugen and Monju, 17th c.
  52. 52. Pure Land Buddhism
  53. 53. Paradise of Amida BuddhaKasuga Kaishi, Late Heian Period
  54. 54. Bodhisattvas Descending from Paradise, c. 1300
  55. 55. Byodo-in (Phoenix Hall) Kyoto, 1053
  56. 56. Byodo-in Amida Buddha
  57. 57. Kamakura Period 1185-1392
  58. 58. The Minamoto (Genji) ClanFights the Taira (Heike) Clan Late 17th c. Illustrations of The Heike Tale (12th-13th c.)
  59. 59. The Battle at Uji Bridge, 1180 Late 17th c. Illustrations of The Heike Tale (12th-13th c.)
  60. 60. Samurai of the Kamakura Period
  61. 61. Seppuku, 19th-c. Illustration
  62. 62. Yoroi Armor, Early 14th c.
  63. 63. Zen Buddhism
  64. 64. Ryoan-ji Temple Garden, Kyoto, late 15th c.
  65. 65. The Tea Ceremony
  66. 66. Tea-Grinding Stone MillHukuin Ekaku, 1740s-50s
  67. 67. Zen LandscapeTani Bucho, 18th-19th c.
  68. 68. Ashikaga Period 1392-1523
  69. 69. The Golden Pavilion Kyoto, 1397
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