Japan: Its History and Culture
Once a star of postwar industrial production and methods, Japan has encountered serious trouble with market forces in recent years. Social changes and departures from tradition are becoming more common in this conservative country. The revised edition of the popular work, Japan: Its History and Culture, Fourth Edition, documents and explains these changes. Seamlessly blending current events, politics, and cultural elements, the authors provide a riveting account of a nation often misunderstood by the West.
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Thereafter such risings became extremely frequent . Mobs broke into buildings owned by sake brewers , pawnbrokers , and monasteries , all of whom were engaged in moneylending , in order to destroy evidence of their debts .
The pattern was further reinforced by the form which Confucianism had already assumed in China , namely , the Neo - Confucianism of Chu Hsi ( 1130–1200 ) , a state orthodoxy that became increasingly rigid with the passage of time .
A life of leisure , particularly evening leisure , now became available at a price to the city dweller . There were teahouses and taverns , many of which also served as places of assignation for lovers . The pleasure quarters of Edo and ...
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Haniwa figure representing a man with a mitershaped hat
The Introduction of Chinese Thought and Culture