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The art or technique of folding paper into a variety of decorative or representational forms, as of animals or flowers.
A form of wrestling in Japan in which a contestant wins by forcing his opponent out of the ring or by causing him to touch the ground with any part of his body other than the soles of his feet, contestants usually being men of great height and weight.
Popular drama of Japan, developed chiefly in the 17th century, characterized by elaborate costuming, rhythmic dialogue, stylized acting, music, and dancing, and the performance of both male and female roles by male actors.
The Japanese tea ceremony
A loose, wide-sleeved robe, fastened at the waist with a wide sash, characteristic of Japanese costume.
A Japanese fermented, mildly alcoholic beverage made from rice.
The modern sport derived from jujitsu, in which the object is to throw, hold to the ground, or otherwise force an opponent to submit, using the minimum of physical effort
The Japanese art of arranging flowers.
A member of the hereditary warrior class in feudal Japan.
A script, usually cursive, although sometimes angular, produced chiefly by brush, writing of high aesthetic value.
The Japanese martial art of archery, involving rhythmic movements and meditative concentration
A method developed in Japan of defending oneself without the use of weapons by striking sensitive areas on an attacker's body with the hands, elbows, knees, or feet.
A popular Japanese music genre considered to resemble traditional Japanese music stylistically. The modern version , as developed in the postwar era, is a form of sentimental ballad music.
The native religion of Japan, primarily a system of nature and ancestor worship.
A long, curved single-edged sword traditionally used by Japanese samurai