Neatorama Posts Tagged "Japan"
American Movies Renamed for Japan

Hollywood movie titles are often changed for other...  ...st and Furious movie series as they are titled in Japan , which are more descriptive of the movies. The Fa...  ...tive of the movies. The Fast & The Furious in Japan is Wild Speed2 Fast 2 Furious in Japan is Wild Spe...

http://www.neatorama.com/2018/01/16/American-Movies-Renamed-for-Japan/
The Surprising History of the Kimono...

Before it was called a kimono, which simply means...  ...a kimono, which simply means "wearing thing," the Japanese garment was called kosode. As in other places aro...  ...changed from that point is what made it uniquely Japanese , just as clothing in other parts of the world wer...  ...ltural signifiers.Like m...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/12/12/The-Surprising-History-of-the-Kimono/
Epic Ink: How Japanese Warrior Prints Popularized the Full-Body Tattoo

In the 1820s, Japanese artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi illustrated a series of...  ...s the other way around. While there may have been Japanese men with large, colorful tattoos before Kuniyoshi...  ...Boston, is the author of the new book Tattoos in Japanese Prints. She talked to Coll...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/10/25/Epic-Ink-How-Japanese-Warrior-Prints-Popularized-the-Full-Body-Tattoo/
Japan's Halloween Trains

How does one celebrate Halloween in Japan ? The holiday wasn't a thing until a critical numb...  ...and they dressed up in costumes and did what the Japanese do -ride the commuter trains. In the 1990s, train...  ...signs that read, “Stupid Gaijin, Get out of Japan !&rdquo...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/10/24/Japans-Halloween-Trains/
Your Cat Needs a Cool Aquarium Animal Hat For Halloween and Beyond...

Dressing up your kitty this Halloween? Even if you...  ...ms these elastic-secured hats are all the rage in Japan and now your little furball can be totally chic a...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/10/22/Your-Cat-Needs-a-Cool-Aquarium-Animal-Hat-For-Halloween-and-Beyond/
The Ainu: From Prejudice to Pride...

The Ainu people have lived on Hokkaido for over 20...  ...ido is the northern of the two largest islands of Japan . The other, Honshu, is the dominant culture, so m...  ...the dominant culture, so most children raised in Japan learn little about the indigenous Ainu. In fact,...  ...elieve the Ainu are extinct! B...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/10/11/The-Ainu-From-Prejudice-to-Pride/
The Ghosts of Japanese School Toilets

The following is an article from Uncle John's OLD...  ...ve occasion to visit a children’s school in Japan , use the third stall in the third-floor bathroom...  ...countries have Babau, and so on. Moms and dads in Japan have a similar tradition. But where the American...  ...ed in vague and amorphous terms...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/10/09/The-Ghosts-of-Japanese-School-Toilets/
Japanese Rice Paddy Art

Japanese rice paddy art is like paint-by-numbers, except t...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/26/Japanese-Rice-Paddy-Art/
The Magazine That Started a Feminist Movement in Japan

Haruko Hiratsuka (Raichō), Yoshiko Yasumochi, and...  ...to a slowly growing population of educated young Japanese women. Seitō was a hit from its very first print...  ...hout originally intending to, they became some of Japan ’s pioneering feminists.The magazine caused...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/23/The-Magazine-That-Started-a-Feminist-Movement-in-Japan/
The First Japanese Woman to Go to College

In 1871, Ōyama Sutematsu was sent to the United S...  ...step in the process of opening up and modernizing Japan after a bloody civil war. A few years later, she...  ...ivil war. A few years later, she became the first Japanese woman to earn a college degree when she graduated...  ...when she graduated from Vas...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/08/The-First-Japanese-Woman-to-Go-to-College/




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