How to Draw Japan's Sights and Symbols

How to Draw Japan's Sights and Symbols

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Baker & Taylor
This book explains how to draw some of Japan's sights and symbols, including Japan's flag, Himeji-jo Castle, and a Sumo wrestler.

Rosen Pub Group
Look at a globe of the world and Japan appears to be a tiny string of faraway islands. Though small in size, Japan is a powerful country and an economic world leader, with an impressive cultural history. From Samurais to Sumo wrestlers, kids can learn about and then draw some of the exciting people who represent Japan. They can admire the beautiful temples that were inspired by Japan’s two major religions, Buddhism and Shinto, and learn about the history of a royal family that spans 2, years on the throne, the longest served in the world.

Publisher: New York : PowerKids Press, 2004
ISBN: 9780823966813
Branch Call Number: J 743 TECCO
Characteristics: 48 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm


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