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The History of Premodern Japan: The Rise of the Warriors
This lecture describes the rise of the warriors in Japanese culture...
Okinawa, Japan. Shuri Castle
Naha once prospered as the outer port of Shuri, which flourished...
Nijo Castle, Kyoto - Letters from Japan
Nijo was built as the main residence of the Tokugawa Shoguns. In...
Ancient Japanese & Chinese Relations
Relations between ancient Japan and China have a long history...
Ancient Korean & Japanese Relations
Ancient East Asia was dominated by the three states known today...
The Muromachi Period (Muromachi Jidai, 1333-1573 CE) refers to...
The Azuchi-Momoyama period (Azuchi-Momoyama Jidai, aka Shokuho...
Prince Shotoku: Founder of Japanese Buddhism and the Japanese Nation
In Japan in 573 CE Anahobe, the wife of the Emperor’s...
The Kamakura Period or Kamakura Jidai (1185-1333 CE) of medieval...
The Sengoku Period (Sengoku Jidai, 1467-1568 CE), also known as...
The Japanese Invasion of Korea, 1592-8 CE
The two Japanese invasions of Korea between 1592 and 1598 CE, otherwise...
Life in a Japanese Buddhist Monastery
Buddhist monasteries have been part of the Japanese cultural landscape...