History of Japan
Ubasute, an alleged common custom in ancient Japan, involved transporting elderly family members to mountains and then abandoning them. The idea was for the elderly to die on these mountain tops.
The stability brought about by the Tokugawa Shogunate allowed for the development of a true fashion industry in Japan. Today, we'll examine the emergence of the modern kimono.
Sacred Rituals performed by the samurai warriors including Art, Karma and the final ritual.
TOP 10 JAPANESE HISTORICAL FIGURES There are some historical figures that everybody in Japan knows. Some are shoguns, some are writers, and some are princes. Here’s a rundown of the top ten people you should...
In a few select cases, buddhist monks in Japan would turn prepare their bodies for mummification for years before becoming a mummy; how and why did they do it?
The history of Japan's national dress goes back centuries, before writing had come to Japan. Today, we'll look at the first articles of clothing worn on the archipelago.
The transformation of Japanese dress at the end of the Classical Period was gradual, but profound. Today, we will examine kimono in the time of the Shogun and samurai.
A short biography about the samurai Sanada Yukimura.
A short biography of the Ninja Master Hattori Hanzo
The following article presents explicit and vivid detail regarding Japan's Aokigahara Forest, AKA "The Suicide Forest". I am not debunking or proving anything, rather offering facts and possibilities.
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