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Modern Japanese flag, called Hinomary, appeared in the 19th century. White symbolizes main categories of Shintoism, as that is, the purity, justice, landscaping. Red disk depicts the rising sun, warmth, brightness and sincerity.
Japanese national emblem is actually the emblem of the Imperial house. It is a yellow chrysanthemum? Consisting of 16 double petals. The chrysanthemum is one of the symbols of the Sun.
Reigning Emperor 125th dynasty. For an era of his rule Akihito chose the name Heisei, which means Reaching the world. According to the Constitution of Japan, the Emperor of the symbol of the state and unity of the nation. He has no power to influence the decision of the government. Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko
Kimono Special beauty kimono in his paintings. Women painted them themselves. In them Japanese women like fancy flowers that shakes the wind. Graceful neck line is crowned with a crown of black hair, fastened long studs.
Geisha valuable for Japan to the fact, that only they became bearers of the spirit of antiquity: only geisha know how to wear kimono exactly as it should and only they remained them so much that had to be self–respecting Japanese woman.
The art of being admired. In ancient times, the Japanese have any ability to see the priceless beauty of every little bit of life, his worth and uniqueness. Has developed the art considered to be admired. This is taught all Japanese children in schools.
Ikebana Ikebana is a Japanese style floral design. According to legend, the founder of the school became a monk, who settled in a hut “Bo”, which stood near the temple near the pond “Ike”.
Sakura Sakura is the symbol of Japan. The most favourite holiday of the Japanese is the blooming of the cherry blossoms.
Garden of stones The tradition to build a rock gardens is very ancient. The visitor’s gaze moving from rock to rock, goes mentally from the bustle. All the stones are not to cover the eye. All of this is the mood of mystery and innuendo.
Garden of stones. Rienzi In the temple gardens gradually formed a type of symbolic garden - arid landscape. In his mountains, streams, cascades was marked by stones and sand. In these gardens were no flowering plants – only trees and bushes. But the main thing in the work of the artist garden was Kutaisi – art arrangement stones.
Kyoto This city remained the capital of Japan, cultural and spiritual centre of the country, the place of permanent residence of the emperors until 1868. In modern Kyoto survived more than two thousand temples and pagodas
Golden pavilion It stands on the Bank of the lake, but the interior from outer space is separated with sliding walls. When the walls apart, this separation disappears, and nature is inside the house.
Silver pavilion The temple was originally a mountain refuge of the Shogun’s name. The temple was built in 1483 in the Eastern part of the Heian (Ke) during the rule of the shogun of the name of the Ashikaga.
Temple Kyomizu Goddess Canon is one of the most revered in Japan. Her Temple Kyomizu Kannon-do was built in 1631. Japan believes that this goddess can give the child the barren woman. And so in the Church Kyomizu Kannon-do bring a lot of dolls, this unique gift happy parents, whom the goddess gave children.
I think that Japan is undoubtedly unique, incomparable and totally mysterious, full of secrets, the country. It is a country of great opportunities. I was impressed from my trip.
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