This category is for Japanese traditional (non-Western) arts and entertainment.
Websites in Japanese should be submitted to World: Japanese - Traditional Arts.
Gives the history, process, variety, and brewing of Japan's national alcoholic beverage.
Take a tour through Tokyo during the period of the Tokugawa shoguns, and learn about the history of Japan's greatest city. Illustrated by ukiyo-e images, the text discusses the traditions that underlie Japanese culture.
Shows several examples of ceramic art and traditional postcards.
Explore Japanese culture, art, crafts, Japanese gardens, Zen gardens, food and lifestyle.
Overview of history from Stone Age beginnings to contemporary, including painting, sculpture, ukiyo-e, architecture, and gardens.
Short discussion of traditional crafts in the twentieth century.
Educational webpage on the history and evolution of Japanese incense ceremonies and culture.
Theater arts, fine arts and literature, with links.
Exhibition of more than 25 objects in the collection. With a QuickTime tour, a more linear progression through the exhibition, and bibliography of Japanese art.
Discussion of aesthetic concepts, and of the activities of the Department of Cultural Affairs, established in 1968.
Learn about Japanese kimono, fabrics, patterns, kimono robes, yukata, how to wear a kimono, and accessories.
With overview, photos, and Realaudio example of some of Japan's oldest music.
Collection of 100 poems in the tanka variety used in Japanese royal courts, compiled from the 7th to the 13th century.
A guide to the history and traditional culture of the Kansai region.
A Japanese Buddhism and Shinto art photo dictionary with over 900 photos.
Photographs of traditional construction of Japanese kites, the Tahara.
Kyoto Museum containing Japanese costumes from all eras. Illustrated samples from the Heian period exhibit. Includes a page on The Tale of Genji Museum.
Background information and history of soybean paste (miso) in Japan, its use as a health food, and recipes using it.
Includes examples and descriptions of several forms of Japanese traditional arts, crafts, and traditions.
Description of Japanese sculpture from "American Memory" - Historical Collections for the National Digital Library [Japan - a country study].
Shows patterns and designs of Japanese paper, kimono, fabrics, and cards.
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