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Entourage A group of attendants or other people who accompany someone, usually of an important rank
How did castle towns and trading centres grow When travelers and daimyo stopped on the road while travelling to trade. These spot then became larger and larger due to more and more people stopping at them.
Examples of castle towns and Japanese metropolises Edo, Kyoto, Osaka
Edo was A large city and government centre
Osaka was A large commercial centre
Kyoto was An ancient capital of Japan and the home of the imperial palace where the emperor resided
Popular culture activities that appeal to the current tastes of the general public
The daimyo provided education for the samurai under their leadership
What is a Kabuki Theatre? A place with lively action, wild plots, and elaborate costumes and make-up. A mirror of Japanese life.
Who performed the first kabuki and when? A woman named Okini in 1607
The bakufu banned female actresses from the stage in 1629 because?` They believed that public morality was being corrupted by the actresses
Kabuki Theatre was most popular with? The merchant class
What is a Banraku Theatre? A puppet theatre
What did the Banraku Theatre perform with? Puppets
Who was the main demographic for the Banraku Theatre? adults
Who are Geishas? Woman employed and trained in dancing, singing, witty conversation, the tea ceremony, and floral arrangement, and demonstrated etiquette.
Woodblock images Were prints of original paintings.
Three things you could not write about in Edo Japan Christianity, politics, and something that may disrupt public order
Who was the first popular writer of Japanese fiction Ihara Saikaku
Who developed Haiku? Basho Matsuo
Created by: MUFU