The Tale of Genji is a classic work of Japanese literature written by the noblewoman and lady-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu in the early years of the 11th century
>abstract & surrealist art
I think you're overestimating his/her cultural competence.
the sets good happy posting anon
bathing a high point of Japanese social edict
Japanese misdirection another advantage
syphilis always deserves a magnitude of Japanese text, so if your ever abroad... seeing matrices...run
fuck this .... translation shit it's imposable...syphilis =...run
i don't know 1Yen = fucky sucky
2 Yen dip the willow, 3 Yen arss fuck...five Yen you've been riped off
These are great! Thanks for uploading.
I'm a little puzzled as to why Tigers are a thing in Japanese culture though as I was under the impression they don't have any. Or is it just part of the strong cultural import they had with China?
The same as dragons do not exist, they are mythical godlike creatures, koi carp is not inigious either but imported, the koi are actually even more important then dragons or tigers...the samurai developed a mythical atmosphere around their appearal to ensure their presence as powerpivots in society, aswell wearing demonmasks and horns to create a demonlike exterior. Also the tiger was known in Siberia where it was hunted and throphied for the shinzu perfect or kanji perfect of local powerpivots before the unification by the emperor. Mythology with a mix of small amouts of evidence and hearsays..
>. They must have had good first hand accounts or referenced people who'd actually seen one.
They were Influenced by art from China & Korea and also used tiger skins as reference.