Korean Impact On Japanese Culture

by Jon Carter Covell

Korean Impact On Japanese Culture

  • ISBN-13: 9781565912793
  • Author(s): Jon Carter Covell
  • Subject: Society & culture: general
  • Publisher: Kodansha Europe Head Office
  • Imprint: Kong & Park
  • Publication Date: 05-06-1983
  • Format: p/b

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Many people, especially in the West, are unaware of the role that Korea has played it s role in the development of Japan s culture over the ages. In this book the authors compare the sculpture, architecture, painting, ceramics, and courtly dress of Japan with Korea s, especially the Baekje Kingdom to prove that Korea's influence upon pre-historic Japan was profound. Furthermore, the archeological evidence presented traces the Japanese imperial line directly to the Korean conquerors of Japan.
About the book

Many people, especially in the West, are unaware of the role that Korea has played it s role in the development of Japan s culture over the ages. In this book the authors compare the sculpture, architecture, painting, ceramics, and courtly dress of Japan with Korea s, especially the Baekje Kingdom to prove that Korea's influence upon pre-historic Japan was profound. Furthermore, the archeological evidence presented traces the Japanese imperial line directly to the Korean conquerors of Japan.