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The 200 illustrations are divided into 4 pages (the following ①〜④).
Shinto shrine 99〜107
- Torii is a gate most often found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine.
- Ise-jingū is considered the most prominent shrine in Japan and a quite sacred place.
- Fushimi-inari-taisha is a shrine famous for its thousand torii in Kyoto, but there are actually over 10,000 of torii.
- Nikko-toshogū is a Shinto shrine listed in 1999 as a World Heritage Site.
People come here to pray for a good relationship.
- Itsukushima-shrine : One of the Three Views of Japan, the torii appears to be floating on the sea at high tides.
Buddhist Temple 108〜115
- Kinkakuji : the Golden Pavilion, listed as one of the 17 World Cultural Heritage sites in Kyoto
- Ginkakuji is one of the famous temples in Kyoto and is a Zen temple along Kyoto’s eastern mountains (Higashiyama).
- Kiyiomizudera is one of the most famous and celebrated temples in Japan and is best known for its wooden stage.
Chozuya and Goshuincho 116〜117
- Chozuya : a stone basin to purify your hands and mouth in a temple or Shinto shrine
- Goshuincho : Some people collect seals and write on their stamp books when they visit temples or shrines.
Japanese Mythology 118〜121
- Amaterasu-Ōmikami is the Shinto sun goddess. She is also said to be the chief divinity of Shintoism.
- Susanoo-no-Mikoto is described in The Kojiki (ca. 712 CE) and The Nihon Shoki (720 CE) as the son of the god Izanagi and the younger brother of Amaterasu-Ōmikami.
- Yamata-no-Orochi is a legendary eight-headed and eight-tailed Japanese serpent. Susanoo killed Yamata-no-orochi in order to escape Kushinada-hime (Princess Kushinada) and presented Kusanagi-no-tsurugi (a sacred sword) to Amaterasu-Ōmikami.
- The three sacred treasures : the mirror, the sword, and the jewel
Traditional Japanese arts 122〜145
Kabuki and Noh
- Kabuki is a traditional Japanese performing art that is played by only male actors.
Women’s roles are played by male actors, called “onnagata.”
- Noh is one of the traditional Japanese arts that is played on a stage.
Noh’s actors wear masks during the play.
- Komonote represents the pitiful and beautiful expression of a young woman.
- Han-nya represents a female demon in fury, jealousy, and agony.
Haiku, Kado, Sado, etc.
- Haiku is a Japanese seventeen-syllable short poem written in a five-seven-five pattern.
- Bonsai : Japanese art of growing miniature potted plants and trees in small pots
- Kado is a traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement
- Sado (Tea ceremony): Tea scoop and powdered green tea, tea bowl, bamboo whisk
First, a little powdered green tea is put into a tea bowl with a tea scoop. Then hot water is poured over it, and the tea is stirred with a bamboo whisk.
- Shamisen : A traditional Japanese instrument similar to the guitar, which has three strings.
- Koto : A long Japanese horizontal harp.
- Origami is the Japanese art of making figures by folding paper.
Ukiyo-e is a Japanese art of painting and woodblock printing that was developed during the Edo period.
It mainly depicts the lives of commoners, the Japanese landscape, and so on.
Hot spring 146〜150
Japanese people love hot springs and they are good for improving overall health.
Open-air baths are usually set in nature or in a garden, where you can enjoy the beautiful nature and the season.
Japanese castle 151〜152
Himeji-jo is registered as the first World Heritage Site in Japan.
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- Basic canvas size : 15cm x 15cm (vary a little by illustration)
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Daily life illustrations 300 (nature, weather, sea, food, flower, tree, house, furniture, travel, art, shopping, clothes)
Brunch and sweets illustrations 220 (bread, sandwiches, bagel, quiche, bacon, eggs, cheese, cake, tart, doughnuts, ice cream)
Fairy tale illustrations 300 (Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping beauty, The Frog Prince, The Three Little Pigs, Jack and The Beanstalk)
Amusement park illustrations 200 (ride attractions, circus, movie, magic, tickets, delicious-looking fast food, sweets)
German culture illustrations 200 (beer, sausage, local dishes, wine, Oktoberfest, sweets, Neuschwanstein castle, famous historical buildings, great people related to Germany)
Japanese food illustrations 200 (sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, soba, udon, ramen, matcha sweets)
Crime suspense illustrations 200 (crime scene, criminal, police, detective, law court, prison)
Halloween illustrations 200 (the Moon, jack-o’-lantern, ghost, haunted mansion, old tree, skull, crow, the Grim Reaper, Halloween sweets)
Christmas illustrations 200 (Santa Claus, reindeer, Christmas tree, sled, Christmas gifts, snowman, roast turkey, mulled wine, Stollen, Christmas cake)
My travel memoir of Southern Germany with many beautiful photos.
You can read it on this website.
Traveling in Southern Germany (written in Japanese)