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Yakuza Eyga (Jap. ヤ ク ザ 映 画, literally – gangster cinema) is a Japanese cinema genre dedicated to the yakuza, at different times allowing either heroization or absolute denial of these characters. In the 1960s and the first half of the 1970s, the genre absolutely dominated the film distribution of this country.
The formation of the genre
In the era of silent cinema, films about bakuto, the forerunners of modern yakuza, became widespread in Japan. Most often, the plots were dedicated to fictional or real historical characters, to noble lone robbers who came to the defense of peasants oppressed by the authorities. For example, at least 8 films were dedicated to the semi-legendary hero from the time of the Tokugawa clan Tyuji Continue reading
New Year in Japan: holiday history, traditions and customs, Japanese analogues of Santa Claus, Christmas tree, greetings and postcards, feast and festivities.
New Year is the most famous holiday celebrated on the whole planet. Each country has its own characteristics of celebration associated with the history, beliefs and traditions of each people.
In Japan, the New Year has been celebrated for more than a hundred years according to the Gregorian calendar – January 1.
history of the holiday Continue reading
Official name: 日 章 旗 (niso: ki) – “national flag”
Generic Name: 日 の 丸 (hinomaru) – “solar circle”
Date of official adoption: August 13, 1999
Colors: white, scarlet
State symbols of Japan (flag, anthem, coat of arms)
The history of the flag in Japan dates back more than a millennium, but in different periods flags / Continue reading