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アルメニア・日本文化協力の新たな兆し...

In the frameworks of the cultural grant project the Government of Japan replenished the National Gallery of Armenia with the equipment for the reconstruction of paintings. The provision of technique to the National Gallery of Armenia, which is envisaged for the reconstruction of pictorial, graphical and wood-engraving works was carried out by the Governments of Japan and Armenia and with the efforts of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Ministry of Culture of RA. The ceremony of handing the equipment took place today on November 8th, 2011 at the...
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エレバンで広島の悲劇を象徴する平和記念碑が建立されました

エレバンで広島の悲劇を象徴する平和記念碑が建立されました...

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国立美術館で日本の浮世絵の展覧会が開催されました...

Today on November 8, the National Gallery of Armenia for the second time opened Ukiyo-e wood carving exhibition. First time such an exhibition was organized in 1994. During the exhibition over 40 works were represented which had been created in the 19th century. It will last about a month. Exhibition partners are the Armenian-Japanese “Hikari” scientific center and Armenian representative of “JT International Luxembourg SA ” company. The exhibition opening ceremony was attended by Cikakhito Harada, the Russian Federation extraordinary and plenipotentiary...
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歌舞伎

歌舞伎

Kabuki (歌舞伎) is Japanese traditional theater, it’s roots go back to the Edo era. It has been recognized as one of Japan’s three classic theaters, among them are nohe and bunrakun. Kabuki was included in the UNESCO-’s intangible cultural heritage list. Kabuki is a way to bring art to the people. It covers in detail designed clothes, attractive makeup, unusual wigs, and the most important part is the actors exaggerated game. Movements previously thought needs for rendering the to audience the meaning of the performance: it is very important because during...
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日本の合唱団は、アルメニアの頌歌を歌う

日本の合唱団は、アルメニアの頌歌を歌う...

Was sent by Liana Aghajanyan on March 23, 2011 During the days following the devastating earthquake, an earthquake that has struck the coast of Japan, there appeared in YouTube a video of  Japanese choir singing in Armenian the song “Yerevan darzaz im Erebouni”. The Armenians of the whole world, that were impressed by the astonishing multicultural performance of the choir, gladly shared the video in social networks such as Facebook and Twitter and sent good wishes to the Japanese during their hard times. During this video, which lasts for two minutes, a school...
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日本文化

日本文化

Japanese culture was originated from historical times. It was gone Asian, European and the North American influences. Traditional Japanese culture includes ceramics, making dolls and swords, bonraku, kabuki, playing new theatrical performances, dances, rakugo (when there is only one person on the stage and tells comic story). Tea-drinking ceremony, ikebana, military art, calligraphy, origami and onsen (resorts built near the natural resources), geishas are also considered to be the part of the Japanese culture. Beginning from the 20th century the animen and...
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日本日本語について面白い事実

日本日本語について面白い事実...

Japanese and Chinese hieroglyphs are the same, with some minor differences. Chinese hieroglyphs are more, but knowing Japanese you can understand Chinese hieroglyph’s the general meaning.There are 3 kinds of Japanese writing: hiragana (syllabic system, which is used to write Japanese words), Katakana (syllabic system, which is used primarily for writing foreign languages borrowed words), kanji (hieroglyphic writing). There is also a romaji version-it use the Latin alphabet for writing the Japanese language. Japanese hieroglyphs majority consist of 2-4 syllables, but...