Japan Many cities known as `castle towns' Largest was Edo (now Tokyo) Had to maintain all the facilities for all the towns near Leads to it growing to the largest city in 17th century Series of moats around the castle Peak in about 1650 (Sudoku time.
Aaron Dan AHIS 126 March 27, 2007
The painting I chose was the second image. At the bottom of the painting we see a small cottage built upon rocks, overcast by the jagged, detailed branches of a few trees. This section of the artwork is hi
1.16.07 (Review from last lecture) Kyoto Golden Pavilion Silver Pavilion No Drama unrealistic plain, few props masks the head of a studio is the head of the family trained in art from childhood handed down each generation folding screens approx. 149
(notes may not be as detailed as necessary due to porn watching.) Monastic Buildings Zen Buddhist monestaries kenchoji some place. (temple?) relaquery? place for holding religious artifact Characteristics of Zen Monastaries Simplicity Nature Gardens
AHIS 126 Westernization of Zen Zen, commonly perceived by most as a feeling of complete relaxation and exudation of thoughts from the otherwise chaotic psyche, first ensued fairly recently in regard to Japanese culture. As Buddhism lost its way, it b