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Rude Boy Abroad: Myoumanji and Kamigamo Jinja Photoglut

As I move about the Internet, I occasionally find bouts of elitism aimed at perceived Japan newbies, particularly in regards to a certain cl.

Heian Period (794–1185) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Zaō Gongen a rare example of a purely Japanese deity in the Shugendō religion. Shugendō literally means "the path of training and testing" or "the way to spiritual power through discipline. Gilt bronze with incised decoration.

Okinawa's traditional wear from the Ryukyu Heian period #japankuru #okinawa #tradionalwear #ryukyu #bioshill #hillofbios #ビオスの丘 #沖縄 #沖縄文化 #bios

Okinawa's traditional wear from the Ryukyu Heian period #japankuru #okinawa #tradionalwear #ryukyu #bioshill #hillofbios #ビオスの丘 #沖縄 #沖縄文化 #bios

Comparing Japanese and Chinese ideas of beauty at the same period

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Recreating Heian look on stage. Japan. The Heian period was a Japanese period dating back about 1000 years

Kabuki actor, Bando Tamasaburo (五代目 坂東 玉三郎) - the National Living Treasure of Japan

Tachi Sword   Heian period, 11th century  Tomonari

Tachi Sword Heian period, 11th century Tomonari

Guardian King of the Four Directions | Japan | Heian period (794–1185) | The Met

Guardian King of the Four Directions | Japan | Heian period (794–1185) | The Met

Twelve Layer Kimono (front) /This replica Heian period twelve layer kimono is on display at the Kyoto Culture Museum.

Twelve layer replica Heian period kimono with twelve layers, on display at the Kyoto Culture Museum, Kyoto, Japan, photograph by Rekishi no Tabi.

Tang dynasty officer's saber preserved in Japan's 正倉院 or "Imperial House Agency," Shosoin Kunaicho, designated as "Tang-era katanas." From the Nara period till the Heian period, Japan modified the Tang blade until the form became the modern katana.

Tang dynasty officer's saber preserved in Japan's 正倉院 or "Imperial House Agency," Shosoin Kunaicho, designated as "Tang-era katanas." From the Nara period till the Heian period, Japan modified the Tang blade until the form became the modern katana.

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