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Toward the end of the twelfth century, the Japanese emperor and his court were supplanted by a warrior society in Japan. This Shogunate governance period was also marked by the rise of the Zen Buddhist religion. These developments, especially the power exerted by the warrior society, influenced Japanese art of that time.
State some basics of Zen and apply them to two topics such as gardens, painting, or the tea ceremony. Explain how it is uniquely Japanese and why it is so important in Japanese history and culture
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Having lived in Japan, this period of history is very interesting to me. Here are some sites you might like. Try some that look interesting to you:
1. Zen Buddhism:
2. Japanese gardens:
3. Japanese painting:
4. Japanese tea ceremony:
People study for YEARS and each movement is so precise.
Marie Delle C. Cabigon,
i WASliving in the philippines.
While i was arting, i will use watercolor, crayons, and colered pencil.