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August 02 2013

Ryo Takemasa: Im Teich neben dem Haus




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Tags: Japan

July 25 2013

July 10 2013

In Einkehr




Nobutada (1565-1614)

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Ein Regenschauer auf der großen Brücke von Atake





Hiroshige Utagawa (1797-1858)

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June 21 2013

Yoshimine: Bilder zur moralischen Ertüchtigung (”shushin”), 1883




Interesting design from a six-volume series of woodblock prints published between 1883-1884 illustrating moral teachings. These images were likely used for classroom instruction on moral education, called “shushin,” a program promoted by the Japanese government in reaction to the perceived lapse in public morals, attributed to poor Western influences. A number of different artists contributed to the series, many of them students of the great master Yoshitoshi. These prints features realistically drawn scenes from ancient to modern times, exemplifying the highest standards of behavior. Artist: Yoshimine (ca. 1855 - 1886)

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June 19 2013

Alte, kolorierte Fotos aus Japan














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April 04 2013

Eine obduzierte Orange








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Farbholzschnitte von Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, dem letzten großen Meister des Ukiyo-e













Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839–1892) is widely recognized as the last great master of Ukiyo-e, a type of Japanese woodblock printing (literally meaning “pictures of the floating world”). He is additionally regarded as one of the form’s greatest innovators. His career spanned two eras – the last years of Edo period Japan, and the first years of modern Japan following the Meiji Restoration. This series of coloured woodblock prints were produced in 1882. (Wikipedia)


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Tags: Japan Kunst

March 26 2013

April 29 2012

Japanische Schüler zeichnen ein Familienmitglied


GdM arbeitet als Deutschlehrer in Japan und betreibt das informative Blog Leben in Japan. Eine Aufgabe in einer Klausur “bestand darin, in einem freien Text ein Familienmitglied vorzustellen. Da ich im Unterricht entweder ein Familienfoto oder eine Zeichnung benutzt wissen wollte, zeichneten einige auch in der Arbeit ein kleines Portrait”:




















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April 17 2012

The Beat of SHIBUYA


darwinfish105 schreibt hierzu: “Power shortage is a gradual recovery. The lights are still turned off some billboards, but huge screen display resumes. There was going back my favorite the shine of Shibuya. Fear of radioactive contamination can not stop heartbeat of the city.”

Die Wikipedia über den Tokyoter Stadteil Shibuya.


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April 13 2012

Japanische Schönheit




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March 29 2012

Japan in den fünfziger Jahren







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March 22 2012

Infinity


Die beeindruckende Animation basiert auf realen Aufnahmen von Tokio und ist eine Art Großwerbespot für Uhren, worüber man aber hinwegsehen kann. Die Produktionsfirma trägt den bezeichnenden Namen WOW:




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March 19 2012

Natsume Soseki: I am a Cat


I am a cat. Some of you may wonder how a mere cat can analyse his master’s thoughts with the detailed acumen which I have just displayed. Such a feat is a mere nothing for a cat. Quite apart from the precision of my hearing and the complexity of my mind, I can also read thoughts. Don’t ask me how I learned that skill. My methods are none of your business. The plain fact remains that when, apparently sleeping on a human lap, I gently rub my fur against his tummy, a beam of electricity is thereby generated, and down that beam into my mind’s eye every detail of his innermost reflections is reflected…







Natsume Soseki

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March 15 2012

March 13 2012

March 08 2012

Lilian Miller




Boote



Pagode in der Abenddämmerung, Kyoto



Beschirmt

Lilian May Miller (1895 - 1943) was an American painter, woodblock printmaker and poet. Miller lived her life “between two worlds”, connecting two hemispheres — the East and the West, as well as the feminine and the masculine. In the world of art she marked her place with imagery, while she attended presentations in traditional kimonos, and signed her paintings with a monogram. In her personal life she hiked California’s San Gabriel Mountains and wandered through Alaska. She never married and she supported herself solely through the sale of her art.


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Tags: Japan Kunst
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February 23 2012

Thom Coffey: Japan


Der Brite Thom Coffey war in Tokio, Kyoto und Natra:


Musik: Magnetic Man, “Flying Into Tokyo” und Gold Panda, “Vanilla Minus”

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Tags: Japan Musik

February 21 2012

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