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The lion dance is one of the most popular momentum of kagura ceremonies and folk feasts, the matsuris. It also appears in the ancient tradition of the nô theatre. The cult of the lion spread in China and it must have reached Korea and Japan by the transmission of Buddhist mythology. It was not only religion that had an intermediary role, but the practice of court music. The characteristics and musical structure of the folk or kagura variety of the lion dance are presented and analyzed.

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Adams, F. G. - Klein, L. R. - Kumasaka, Y. - Shinozaki, A. (2008): Accelerating Japan’s Economic Growth — Resolving Japan’s Growth Controversy . New York: Routledge

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References Japan Science Support Foundation 2001 Gakkai Meikan 2002–03 (Directory of Academic Societies) View Pro Inc

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Abe, M. — Hoshi, T. (2007): Corporate Finance and Human Resource Management in Japan. In: Aoki, M. — Jackson, G. — Miyajima, H. (eds): Corporate Governance in Japan . Oxford: Oxford University Press

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. Peripheries 2004 Endo, Yoshio 2007. Locality and information structure: A cartographic approach to Japanese. John Benjamins

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entsiklopediia. Bentley , John R. ( 1997 ): MO and PO in Old Japanese . Unpublished MA thesis, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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2004 Grandparental effects on reproductive strategizing: Nôbi villagers in early modern Japan Demographic Research 11 111 148

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. Ikeda , R. 1961 . Research on Japanese hard wheat . Bulletin of the Tokai-Kinki National Agricultural Experimental Station . pp. 1 – 55 . (In Japanese) Kim

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Ban, T., Suenaga, K. 2000. Genetic analysis of resistance to Fusarium head blight caused by Fusarium graminearum in Chinese wheat cultivar Sumai 3 and the Japanese cultivar Saikai 165. Euphytica 113 :87

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Hoji, Hajime 2003. Falsifiability and repeatability in generative grammar: A case study of anaphora and scope dependency in Japanese. In: Lingua 113: 377–446. Hoji H. Falsifiability

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