Mt. Daisen looks vastly different depending on which side of the mountain its viewed from. <br />The 1,709-meter-tall volcanic mountain has been regarded as sacred since the ancient Jomon and Yayoi eras. <br />Because of its importance, climbing was strictly prohibited until the Edo period about 200 years ago.<em><br /><a href="http://en.go-to-japan.jp/daisenguide/mtdaisen/" target="_blank">Daisen</em></a><em>, 40-33, Daisen...

The volcanic mountain has been regarded as sacred since the ancient Jomon and Yayoi eras. Because of its importance, climbing was strictly prohibited until the Edo period about 200 years ago.

Kofun culture

Koleksi Sejarah Jepang Era Kofun

Time Travel To Yayoi Era!  Ancient Ruins With Full Of Historical Romance

Time Travel To Yayoi Era! Ancient Ruins With Full Of Historical Romance - City's Pride

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Advent of Agriculture and the Rice Revolution

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Rice revolution during Yayoi times

Advent of Agriculture and the Rice Revolution

Rice revolution during Yayoi times

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Advent of Agriculture and the Rice Revolution

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ILLUSTRATION | Doi, Kaori portforio site

Harvest of Yayoi era

The japanese chronological table.   preceramic period. jomon-era. yayoi-era. kofun-era. asuka-era. nara-era. heian-era.  kamakura-era. muromachi-era. nanbokucho-era. sengoku-era. aduchi-momoyama-era.  edo-era. bakumatsu. meiji-era. taisho-era. syouwa. heisei.

This Wire Roses Wall Sculpture With Copper Finish will dazzle over your desk, fireplace or entrance hall wall.

Yayoi Jar (1-3rd century), Tokyo national Museum.

Yayoi period(弥生時代) Wikipedia an Iron Age era in the history of Japan traditionally dated 300 BC to AD

How cool would it be to take a totally white room and cover it in stickers? That's what kids at an art museum got to do on a new exhibit, which started out as a blank canvas of brilliant white walls and furniture, and ended up as a masterpiece when hundreds of children were given stickers and told to go to town!

A white room covered in thousands of stickers by hundreds of kids

(AFTER) Thousands of Kids + Thousands of Stickers = amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art by artist Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama. Yayoi Kusama (草間 彌生 b.1929) is a Japanese artist and writer.She has worked in a wide variety of media, including painting, collage, sculpture, performance art, and environmental installations, most of which exhibit her thematic interest in psychedelic colors, repetition and pattern.Periods: Contemporary art, Pop art, Minimalism. The polka dot features heavily in her work.

Yayoi Kusama (草間 彌生 is a Japanese artist and writer, and one of my favourite artists ever.

Great fine motor/group art project maybe a week of the young child art display idea or night of the arts?

This is what happens when you give a set of stickers to a set of kids

Sticker dot art- um, hello, i have an easel, i have paper, i have these stickers- why did i not think of this?

Yoshinogari Historical Park from the Yayoi era

Yoshinogari Historical Park from the Yayoi era

Who was Queen Himiko? Queen Himiko was the queen of Yamatai kingdom or "country" (or state) who symbolized the unity of the Yayoi people. Yamatai kingdom’s Queen Himiko (Illustration copyright: New...

Queen Himiko and the mystery of Yamatai-koku

Who was Queen Himiko? Queen Himiko was the queen of Yamatai kingdom or "country" (or state) who symbolized the unity of the Yayoi people. Yamatai kingdom’s Queen Himiko (Illustration copyright: New.

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