Fujian Famous Folk Religion
The Golden Peaches of Samarkand: A Study of T'ang Exotics
Farmers harvest cannibis at a licensed farm in Tochigi Prefecture
Mañjuśrī crossing the sea. Japan
Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha in Fujinomiya, Shizuoka, Japan, late 16th century, Muromachi
Rethinking schooling for the 21st century: the state of education for peace, sustainable development and global citizenship in A
One of Japan's Three Sacred Treasures seen here in a box behind the emperor and empress
Ainu cloud motif and their creation myth of deity's descent on five-colored cloud
Eos and the slain Memnon on an Attic red-figure cup, ca. 490
Noro priestess of Ryukyu. Meiji and Taisho eras(1868-1926) source:
The embracing Sky Father and Mother Earth and the Heavenly Ropevine
A bear that Yoshikawa has been rearing since catching it as a cub after he shot
Maneki neko beckons to you
Red jasper tit amulet of Nefer
Daibutsu statue on Nokogiri Mountain in Chiba, Japan. Jingorō Eirei Ōno and his apprentices
Layout of cosmically heaven-aligned city, Changan of the Tang Dynasty, Shaanxi History
Tannhäuser: Anja Harteros (Elisabeth) | Cyperpunk | Pinterest | Presents, Opera and Orchestra
World Music A Global Journey - Terry E. Miller_ Andrew Shahriari.pdf | Absconder Dream - Academia.edu
The more compact and popular form of kadomatsu that is ubiquitous in front of stores Japan
A Tibetan wall painting in Sumtseling monastery depicting Yama, the Lord of Death who holds
Kagamijishi – possession of spirit masks, the lion dance spirit and lion guardians | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Study notes: Niuheliang relics – Mother goddess figurines and temple | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Notes: Gardens and mausoleums of early Japan were influenced by the Persian concepts of paradise…
Docked dragon boat during the Hari in Tomigusuku, Okinawa, Japan.
Saidaji Eyo naked festival
This wood carving depicting two griffins was also found in the grave. It was.
There is a shrine dedicated to Kanayago Photo credits: Hitachi Metals Yasugi factory.
View of Karatsu Bay from top of Kagamiyama mountain, where Sayohiko is said to have been waving to Sadehiko from.
Kanashibari (金縛り) – sleep demons
NINGYO mer-creatures and the Yao Bikuni folktale
Cultural heroes named Taro/Taru and agricultural gods in elderly garb
Notes: A study of circles, triangles and “keyhole” motifs — Tanit-Astarte-Asherah symbols | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Iwafune Shrine (Image: Wikipedia)
Gojinto, Ryosenji, Kamakura
Noro, the virgin fire custodian and the legend of ancestral fire from the Dragon's Palace | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Oshirasama and Sacrifices to the Silk gods | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
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The Conference of the Birds
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Anthropology of Globalization: A Reader Edited by Jonathan Xavier lnda and Renato Rosaldo | Map | Anthropology
... el deporte en la escuela. Todo ha estado gestionado por la empresa AdE. Los monitores/as prepararon actividades para finalizar el curso.
Notes: Comparing musubi binding deities and the meaning of the binding power | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Study notes: Slavic Sun deities and cosmology | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
The twin fish, state symbol of Uttar Pradesh and commonly found on ancient buildings of Ayodhya, is the biggest clue to the link and the route undertaken by ...
Notes: Ahura Mazda, the Iranian and Proto-Indo-European supreme sky god … possibly related to Amaterasu? | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Pork Dumplings with Watercress
Notes on the cock's role in the underworld and on Jizo's Central Asian origins | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
Fantasy Asian Golden Metallic goddess Queen by MIMSYCROWNS on Etsy Floral Headdress, Fantasy Princess,
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The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture pp 46- | Serena Malerba - Academia.edu
Myoren and the stories of flying rice bowls and granaries | JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY & FOLKLORE
AHP 48 GREAT LORDS OF THE SKY: BURMA'S SHAN ARISTOCRACY by Sao Sanda Simms | Asian Highlands Perspectives JOURNAL and Sao Sanda Simms - Academia.edu
Crispy Anchovy Snack & Wasabi Peas
'Pair of Gilt-Bronze Dragon Head Ornaments,' China (sixth century)
A twin fish motif is seen adorning a shrine of The fishing deity Ebisu in Miyako