Japanese Traditional and Continued Arts

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The controversy of developments and beliefs between northern and southern Japan are known by natives and foreign experts. Researching about their history and talking with a native from off the soils of Japan. The north and the south may share the land but both have very different views (Hiroshi). While the south is continuing to become the new techno-logic age, the north is content with staying with the original and converted traditional life. Developments that differentiate each side are dealing with but not limited to technology. This idea has made an effect all over Japan. Products that have wreaked change throughout their centuries are buildings, entertainment, and machinery; however creates a bigger and better impression in the southern region, like Osaka, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and well known Tokyo. These effects have changed but not destroyed the traditional morals set within Japan which continue to hold its effect more in the north. Abiding by the morals set through time is inborn within the native people’s lifestyle. Such morals relate toward visiting and worshiping at temples, sumo wrestling, tea ceremonies, festivals and events, geisha lifestyle, gardening, bath arrangements, music, fishing, calendar, kimono, and badminton (Japan-guide). These morals are well driven in the arts field as well.
One type of art developed from customary settings is the performing arts. From information collected performing art is the second oldest of arts established in japan. It has come to different parts of Japan and has affected each side equally different. Within Japanese performing arts kabuki formed. Kabuki (歌舞伎) is a classical theatrical play which depicts dramatic events in history or a fictional dramatic act. Kabuki presented to the...

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