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During the Meiji period daily life (fashion, hairstyles), leisure activities (music) and court functions became progressively more western. The empress, in particular, set an example for such change.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Meiji – Enlightened Rule
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Part three of a selection of video interviews with Chris Brackley, CG Cartographer.
Collection: You are here: Learning about Canada from Canadian Geographic’s maps
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
A highlight of key events both leading up to and during the Meiji era including the arrival of Commodore Perry, the trade missions, and the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Meiji – Enlightened Rule
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
The history, events, traditions, and spiritual significance of the ancient Japanese art of sumo wrestling.
Collection: Cultural Life During the Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Part two of a selection of video interviews with Chris Brackley, CG Cartographer.
Collection: You are here: Learning about Canada from Canadian Geographic’s maps
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
The Supplementary Images provide examples for comparison that are intended to assist students in contextualizing the Canadian artworks art historically.
Collection: Keeping Art Smart in the Classroom
Creator: Art Gallery of Hamilton
Part six of a selection of video interviews with Chris Brackley, CG Cartographer.
Collection: You are here: Learning about Canada from Canadian Geographic’s maps
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
The form of Buddhism that reached Japan from India in 552 CE is called Mahayana, it involves rituals, sutras and amulets. Zen Buddhism (inner peace through meditation) was popular with the samurai.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Japan’s only native religion, Shinto enjoyed a revival during the Meiji Restoration. It promotes harmony between people, nature, and the kami.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Spirituality – The Social Fabric of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Part five of a selection of video interviews with Chris Brackley, CG Cartographer.
Collection: You are here: Learning about Canada from Canadian Geographic’s maps
Creator: Royal Canadian Geographical Society
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