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In modern Japanese society bowing serves a variety of functions
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A proper saikeirei bow. It's believed that bowing in Japan ...
An infographic about bowing in Japan
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The bow has always had a deep historical and cultural significance for the Japanese. Since earliest times the Japanese bow has served both the sacred and ...
certain angle, in order to greet one another.
Respect, man.
Guests may be allowed after the serving of the tea (otemae) to take a closer look at the objects in the room (Nishiki-e by Mizuno Toshikata)
Guests seated to receive tea (print by Yōshū Chikanobu)
In modern Japanese society, bowing serves a variety of functions that go beyond this original
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Samurai on horseback, wearing ō-yoroi armour, carrying bow (yumi) and arrows in a yebira quiver
Samurai armies clash at the Battle of Kawanakajima. Print by Utagawa Yoshikazu, 1857
Weighted Pareto plot of effects showing top three parameters with respect to thermal rotor bow and the Newkirk Effect.
The effect of initial rotor temperature on rotor bow behaviour(39).
The design of a traditional "kōden-bukuro", usually for amount below 5,000 yen
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This horn bow could be classified as a post-conquest design from early 14th century AD Mongolia. In this article ...
Qing dynasty horn bows[edit]
Edo Period's Bow and arrow(Japanese Bow)
Influence of geometry on rotor bow behaviour(40).
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Many of the dishes served at a wedding banquet are traditional. However, some courses are recent introductions that can be replaced or ditched.
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Idolatry
Geisha Maiko Kimono
Finished bow
BMW Guggenheim Lab by Atelier Bow-Wow
Fig 20. Ulrich Velthuysen
Festival procession in the neon-drenched alleys of Shinjuku, Tokyo
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Guests ideally sit in a seiza position on the tatami floor. Once guests have taken their positions, it is customary to bow once more before observing the ...
Bow at full draw
Samurai march in the Jidai Matsuri Parade in Kyoto
To better understand Japan and Tokyo, you have to live there for a few years. So if you are courageous enough — I totally recommend you doing that.
... and THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms), and the Japanese (JAXA/ISAS) Arase and Geotail missions.
Different types of bulbs.
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Figure 4. Numerical approach used by Smith and Neely(40).
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Huis Ten Bosch President Hideo Sawada with robot 'staff' at the Henn-na
Woodblock print 'Inariyama Ko-Kaji' (The swordsmith on Mount Inari), Ogata Gekkō, about 1887, Japan. Museum no. E.355-1901. © Victoria and Albert Museum, ...
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A Must-Have Product in the Edo Period
Copy of Mongol bow finished
A seat reservation ticket from 2008 for a Hikari bullet train service, printed in both English and Japanese.
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'Ehon Zen Taiheiki' (Chronicle of the Great Peace), woodblock printed book , 18th century, Japan. Museum no. E.14979-1886. © Victoria and Albert Museum, ...
The first-ever building to have a carbon fibre structure is a mobile studio-cum-stage by Japanese architects Atelier Bow-Wow
In Japan a dinner of rice and fish/meat is called a bento meal. This is not served on a traditional dish, but in a “bento box” designed specifically for the ...
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In The Japanese Tea Ceremony, Politics Are Served With Every Cup
(left) the model outside of the exhibition space, lower level of 'atelier bow-wow' (right) views of the office on the lower level images © designboom
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Aiko Chihira, a humanoid robot that can blink and speak developed by Toshiba Corp, staffs the information desk of a high-end department store in Tokyo.
During the war of the Heike (the middle ages) one master archer sunk two boats with one shot of his massive bow.
a scaled model of 'atelier bow-wow' by yoshiharu tsukamoto and momoyo kaijima image © designboom
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... New York's Ramen Lab functions as a nine-seat, pop-up ramen counter, hosting an ever-changing roster of chefs from the USA, Japan and beyond, to ...
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Cherry blossoms in Kichijoji, Tokyo · Japan ...
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