Critique Japanese Culture

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Catherine Rivas Professor Hefferman VPA 101 December 14, 2011 Critique Japanese “Momotaro, the Story of the Peach Boy”, a short story modified into a play, performed by the Japanese culture took place on December 6 th , 2011 during our Visual Performing Arts class. The main characters are Momotaro, the demon, the three animals and his grandparents. The synopsis of the story is that an old couple in the mountain found a giant peach in the river. They brought it home to open it up only to find a small child inside. The child grew up to be stronger and more agile. Momotaro soon hears other story of the demon that comes from Onigashimi, the island of the demons to steal the wealth of the villagers. Momotaro, embarks on a journey to the Onigashimi to take with him the wealth that has been stolen by the demons with only a sword given to him by his grandfather and three rice balls given to him by his grandmother. Along the journey to the island, Momotaro
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