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AIM : What foreign ideas did Japan adopt & adapt? Do Now : Define & create a sentence for both adapt & adopt. HW : Create your own haiku. Japanese Culture Influence of China Belief Systems Buddhism  spread throughout Asia. Confucianism  strong values. Taoism  nature

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AIM: What foreign ideas did Japan adopt & adapt?

Do Now: Define & create a sentence for both adapt & adopt.

HW: Create your own haiku.

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Japanese Culture

  • Influence of China
    • Belief Systems
      • Buddhism  spread throughout Asia.
      • Confucianism  strong values.
      • Taoism  nature
    • The Arts  painting, architecture & sculpture.
    • Writing  adapted Chinese writing system.
    • Government  civil service exams.
  • Japanese Tradition
    • Shintoism – “the way of the gods.”
      • Early Japanese religion.
      • Kami  spirits/gods found throughout nature.
    • The Arts
      • Kabuki theatre – drama performed through singing & dancing.
      • Haiku – three-line Japanese poem (syllables  5, 7, 5).