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Bamboo of Japan

Shinji Takama

Bamboo of Japan

Splendor in Four Seasons

by Shinji Takama

  • 354 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Japan Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pictorial works,
  • Collections Of Photographs,
  • Photography,
  • Gardening/Plants,
  • General,
  • Photographs: collections,
  • Bamboo,
  • Photography of trees

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8343167M
    ISBN 100870407074
    ISBN 109780870407079
    OCLC/WorldCa13704955

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Listen Playing Paused You're listening to a sample of Cited by: 7. Very nice description of the significance of bamboo in Japanese arts and crafts.

Good details on the various objects, be them functional or pure decoration. The photos are lovely as well, especially the color shots, which are about 1/2 the book. But a $ book with black and white pictures (not artistic black and white) just doesn't cut it/5.

Bamboo of Japan [Takama, Shinji, color throughout] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bamboo of Japan. The marriage of text and illustration makes Bamboo in Japan successful. This bond allows the reader to penetrate the book at many different levels - one can look at the illustrations, read only the captions, dive into one section or all.

Nowhere is bamboo used more elegantly and distinctively than in Japan, where its presence touches every part of daily life, even reaching into language, literature Bamboo of Japan book ritual. Over photographs and illustrations. Hardcover, 9" x 11," pages.

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Death would be inevitable but slow. the horrific bamboo torture technique, makes it all this more painful. It was like falling on a bed of nails.

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Bamboo appears in many ancient tales. "Taketori Monogatari (Tale of the Bamboo Cutter)" also known as "Kaguya-hime (The Princess Kaguya)" is the oldest narrative literature in kana script, and one of the most beloved stories in Japan.

The story is about Kaguya-hime, who is found inside a bamboo stalk. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nawohito, Katayama. Cultivation of bamboos in Japan. Tokio: Asiatic Society of Japan, (OCoLC) Blue Bamboo is a collection of seven short stories by one of Japan's preeminent postwar writers and prose stylists, Osamu Dazai.4/5(59).

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19 cm. Unpaginated. Text in Japanese only. Color illustrations throughout. In very good Rating: % positive. HANAKAGO: THE ART AND HISTORY OF STUNNING JAPANESE BAMBOO WOVEN BASKETS Although it is a traditional art form the art of Japanese bamboo weaving and plaiting is still a living tradition, with master craftsmen taking years of study and practical experience to come up with such stunning creations that defy the known stiffness of bamboo.Bamboo is a common theme in Japanese literature and a favoured subject of painters.

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