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Would you like to try on Japanese medieval armor? This #sugoroku shows the rituals a samurai went through when putting on armor, going into battle, and celebrating a victory. #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/9ejXASBolY
How did townspeople in the Edo period view success and failure in life? You can learn a lot about it by playing #sugoroku featuring advancement of social status. #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/hBh1wtO0or
The National Diet Library provides continuous support to libraries in the process of repairing or restoring library materials damaged by natural disasters. Read this article to learn more—Ten years after the Great East Japan Earthquake https://t.co/VjJHhxKg6E https://t.co/bdyf4lMwqE
#JapaneseStudies series: Famous Places, People, and Social Customs on Paper ℹ Exploring the scenes illustrated on boards for sugoroku, board games that use dice Places
Would you like to try on Japanese medieval armor? This #sugoroku shows the rituals a samurai went through when putting on armor, going into battle, and celebrating a victory. #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/4LMuLJq10Y
How did townspeople in the Edo period view success and failure in life? You can learn a lot about it by playing #sugoroku featuring advancement of social status. #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/AK0EOgTWRx
This #sugoroku is from the late Edo period, when culinary culture reached full maturity. If you have a chance to visit Japan someday, try a variety of Japanese dishes! #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/jyWwvH0CUx
There were many #sugoroku (Japanese board games) created during the Edo period that featured social customs. Read this article: Sugoroku Board Games from the Edo Period (Part 3. Social Customs). #ndldigital https://t.co/6dL0kU0kOQ https://t.co/3PWxEvKKEx
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