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By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
Shinto Polytheism Ancestor Worship Hyper- Nationalism The World of the kami Minimize sin & guilt Great Creator
Amaterasu : Sun Goddess
Union of Izanami & Izanagi Wedded Rocks at Futami no Ura
Tree kami surrounded by sacred boundaries
Torii Gate, Miyajima Island
Torii Gate in Winter
A Tunnel of Torii Gates Inari Mt., Kyoto
Shinto Temple – worship hall
Traditional Shinto Wedding Today
Prayers, Thoughts, & Wishes at a Shinto Shrine
Ojizo: Memorials for the Unborn
Shinto Subway Shrine
Hot Sand Bath at Takegahara Onsen, Beppu Origins in the Nara Period ( )
Japanese Baths: Grandma & Grandson
Noh Theater : 8-man chorus
Noh Theater The Play Aoi no Ue
Noh Theater Traditional Weeping Gesture Woman Heavenly-beingDemonness Woman Heavenly-beingDemonness Old Man Warrior Demon God Old Man Warrior Demon God
Morph to Kabuki Actor Morph to Kabuki Actor Kabuki Theater
Chanoyu : Tea Ceremony
Tea Ceremony Equipment Green Tea
A Japanese Tea Master
A Japanese Tea House
Origami : The Art of Japanese Paper Folding
Haiku : 17-syllable poem Matsuo Basho, Master of Haiku Spring departs. Birds cry Fishes' eyes are filled with tears. Spring departs. Birds cry Fishes' eyes are filled with tears.
Ikebana : The Art of Japanese Flower Arranging Tallest --> Heaven e Middle --> Man e Smallest --> Earth Tallest --> Heaven e Middle --> Man e Smallest --> Earth
Bonzai : A Unique Method of Meditation
Japanese Zen Rock Garden
Shinto in Modern Furniture Simplicity!
Japanese Sand Garden
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
WHAT IS IT? Polytheistic religion in which the following are worshipped: Kami (spirits) Ancestors Everything in nature – rocks, trees, the sun, animals,
No founder Native to Japan Similarities to Animism Blended in modern times with Buddhism.
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The "Wedded Rocks" at Futami no Ura are linked by a hemp rope that symbolizes the union of Izanagi and Izanami, the primal pair in Shinto mythology who.
Amaterasu: the Sun Goddess. The "Wedded Rocks" at Futami no Ura are linked by a hemp rope that symbolizes the union of Izanagi and Izanami, the primal.
Japan The land of the rising sun Open your notebook on page 66 and start taking Cornell notes.
SHINTOISM The Way of the Gods Japan’s Official Religion.
Simplicity and Form in Japanes e Culture. HSS Trace the development of distinctive forms of Japanese Buddhism.
Kyushu Shikoku Honshu Hokkaido Sea of Japan East China Sea Korea Strait Sea of Okhotsk Tsuguru Strait Inland Sea Mt. Fuji.
Japanese Art, Architecture, Poems & Plays. Art & Architecture Japan borrowed artistic ideas from China and Korea Japanese artisans made many things with.
Shinto. Founded: No known date or founder. Shinto is the indigenous religion of Japan. Adherents: 3-4 million Beliefs: Polytheism based on the kami, ancient.
I. Feudalism A political, economic, and social system that exchanges land for loyalty and military service.
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MEDIEVAL JAPAN Class notes Chapter 5 lesson 3. LIFE IN MEDIEVAL JAPAN I. JAPANESE RELIGION AND CULTURE 1. During the Middle Ages, Japanese people practiced.
Japan: -Cultural Diffusion- -Shintoism- EQs: 1.How did Japan experience cultural diffusion? 2.What are some beliefs found in Shintoism? 3.How did the Tokugawa.
What is Shinto? The “Spirit Way” (shin-to) Ancient, indigenous, mythical, nature religion of Japan More 1500 years old No founder – An “ethnic” religion.
Shintoism Ancient, native Japan religion. Shinto Ancient religion of Japan Began about 1000 BCE No founder Still practiced today by at least 5 million.
Bellringer February 22, 2012 Take out something to write with Grab your clicker Take everything else off of your desk.
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Preview: – Use logical reasoning to complete these sentences: Because Japan is an island nation…Because Japan is an island nation… Because Japan is only.
Shinto. The Religion of Japan The Religion of Japan Until WWII was the official religion of Japan (linked to divinity of Emperor) Until WWII was the official.
Shinto Shinto ( 神道 ). Shinto ( 神道 ) is the main religion in Japan. Shinto has no known founder or single sacred scripture. Shinto became a national religion.
Feudal Japan The Creation A mythical story is told about the beginnings of Japan. Long ago the islands of Japan did not even exist, only ocean. A god.
Cultural Diffusion in Japan 5/7/10 Key ? Obj: How did other countries influence the development of Japanese culture? Read to be informed Analyze.
Feudal Japan Review Samurai Warriors samurai: “to serve” Bushido: “way of the warrior” Click here to access pictures and interesting information!here.
Modern Japan Section 4 Literature and the Arts. Important People Matsuo Basho – one of Japan’s greatest poets One of his Haikus ( syllables)
Aim: Was Feudalism in Japan similar to European Feudalism? Do Now: What do you know about Japan?
Origin of Japanese gardens Japanese Gardens were copied off Chinese gardens. The first ones were for Emperors, dating as far back as 720AD.
RELIGION IN JAPAN Shinto Pure Land Buddhism Zen Buddhism.
Japanese Culture By Brooklyne Garman Promise Spaeth EDE 300 Schooling In A Culturally Diverse Society.
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Japanese Culture Dry-Landscape Garden Shinto: gardens capture the spirit of nature and replicates the natural world Japan’s Geography: The rocks represent.
Imagine that you grew up on a huge island. There are no cell phones and no electricity. You know there are other countries because trade ships often sail.
OneWorldInsight.com Shinto Natural Beauty Harmony with the spirits Purification.
Japanese Theater Late 1500’s-early 1600’s. Kabuki theater Invented by a Shinto priestess and originally performed only by women. Women banned from performances.
The Japanese Rock Gardens or "dry landscape" gardens, often called "Zen gardens", are a type of garden that features extensive use of rocks or stones,
Japanese City’s Construction and Development Unit 6.
Google Earth Geography Much of Japan’s history has been caused by its physical isolation as a nation of islands and also by its cultural links to China.
Section IV: Japan: An Island Empire (Pages ) This section is about: This section is about: How Japanese culture was affected by Korean and Chinese.
Shintoism “The heart of the person before you is a mirror. See there your own form”. - A Shinto Saying.
Population: UNKNOWN Location: Many traditional societies throughout the world – Particularly Africa and the Americas – (southeast Asia too) ANIMISM.
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