Архитектура Японии.
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Architecture of Japan.

Hello, friends! Today we will go to the land of the rising sun – Japan. Japan, is an unusual strange, despite the fact that the years go by, and in other places all the traditions are replaced, it is there that all the centuries-old traditions are preserved by the locals. The variety and style of […]

Attractions in Japan.
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Attractions in Japan.

Kyoto is a city that “breathes” history. For many years, it was the capital of the Japanese Empire, and now it is the personification of its culture, where the past and present are intertwined, and the future is created. “Kyoto” means “capital”. It was founded in the 8th century AD, in the image of the […]

did the Japanese borrow holidays from other nations?
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Holidays borrowed from others.

Japanese traditions, both in ancient times and today, are constantly updated by including elements from beliefs, rituals, rites, ceremonies related to the cultures of other peoples.The Japanese aristocracy borrowed many holidays from the Chinese, which then organically entered the life of the people, for example, New Year, Boys ‘Day, Girls’ Day, Tanabata.Holidays dedicated to children […]

The cult of beauty.
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The cult of beauty.

Sakurajima volcano on the southern island of Kyushu embodies the combination of rage and affection, the unbridled destructive forces of nature and the perseverance of a human creator. Petrified lava flows have been transformed into stepped terraces of orchards. It seems as if the tangerine trees are covered with white flowers. But these flowers are […]

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The Japanese system of education.

In Japan, there is a special approach to raising children, which is difficult for Europeans to understand. It sounds like this: until the age of five, the child is a king, from five to fifteen-a servant, after fifteen-an equal. We understand what dangers this system carries.The Japanese system of raising children, which does not allow […]