buddhist and shinto influence

The way in which Buddhist and Shinto values are directly reflected through the art and culture of Japan.
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perfect-curves:  The Good Die Young by `mjranum

perfect-curves: The Good Die Young by `mjranum

16th-century, stoneware glazed in iron and ash with gold leaf.

Blake Gopnik - 'Golden Seams: The Japanese Art of Mending Ceramics' at Freer

16th-century, stoneware glazed in iron and ash with gold leaf.

bonsai tree by Kunio Kobayashi,  Tokyo Japan. Roughly 13-14th century.

bonsai tree by Kunio Kobayashi, Tokyo Japan. Roughly 13-14th century.

Jizo Statues at Hase Dera temple in Kamakura, Japan.

Jizo Statues at Hase Dera temple in Kamakura, Japan.

Sengai Gibon (1750-1837), sumie

Sengai Gibon (1750-1837), sumie

Jizo(Bosatsu), 13th century, Nara, Carved by Zenen.

Jizo(Bosatsu), 13th century, Nara, Carved by Zenen.

an example of traditional Japanese New years dinner, Osechiryori

an example of traditional Japanese New years dinner, Osechiryori

Amaterasu Emerges from the Cave,1786-1865, wood cut

Amaterasu Emerges from the Cave,1786-1865, wood cut

16th century wabi sabi style ceramic cup

16th century wabi sabi style ceramic cup

Dr. Genshitsu Sen, 15th grand master of the urasenke tea school.

Dr. Genshitsu Sen, 15th grand master of the urasenke tea school.

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