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  1. furusatogujoTVch. "【ふるさと郡上TV】達人列伝:養蚕農家・繭人形 Silk Cocoon Dolls". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Silk Cocoon Dolls
  2. jr4hty. "ひょうたんの作り方2 How to Make Hyoutans". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-12-08. ⇒ Gourd Making
  3. "みかわち焼の歴史 History of Mikawachi ware". 三川内陶磁器工業協同組合 (Mikawachi Ceramics Industry Cooperative). Retrieved 2014-07-13. ⇒ Mikawachi Porcelain
  4. "オオイケ初の和人形 Oike's First Japanese Doll". オオイケヒストリカルミュージアム Oike Historical Museum. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ Kyo-Osana Dolls
  5. "オルゴール Orugo-ru Music Boxes". ウィキペディア Wikipedia Japan. Retrieved 2014-11-10. ⇒ Music Boxes
  6. "一刀彫 / いっとうぼり Ittobori". コトバンク Japanese Word Bank. Retrieved 2014-12-08. ⇒ Ittobori Woodcarving
  7. "九谷焼窯元 九谷光仙窯 Kutani Ware Kutani Kousen Kiln". 九谷光仙窯 (Kousen Gama). Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Kutani Kousen Gama
  8. "京焼・清水焼 銘窯会 林山陶苑 林淳司・奈緒子 Kyoto Kiyomizu Ware Ceramic Association Hayashiyama Pottery Hayaji Junji & Naoko". 心斎橋花房 (Shinsaibashi Hanabusa). Retrieved 2014-11-01. ⇒ Hayashiyama Kiln
  9. "京陶人形 [京都府の伝統的工芸品等] Kyosue Dolls (Kyoto Traditional Crafts)". 京都府ホームページ Kyoto Prefecture Web Site. Retrieved 2015-03-04. ⇒ Kyoto Clay Dolls
  10. "会社概要 Zohiko Company Information". Zohiko. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Zohiko
  11. "会館日々のこと 2011年12月11日 About Today's Events 2011-12-11". 名古屋陶磁器会館 Nagoya Ceramics Hall. Retrieved 2014-11-13. ⇒ Saji Trading Co. Ltd.
  12. "啓祥窯-けいしょうがま Keisho Kiln". みかわち焼 (Mikawachi Ware). Retrieved 2014-07-13. ⇒ Keishyo Kiln
  13. "土人形 Tsuchi Ningyo". ウイキペデイヤ Wikipedia Japan. Retrieved 2014-02. ⇒ Japanese Clay Dolls
  14. "大場正男(おおばまさお)OBA Masao". Hanganet: Prints Arts Knowledge Base. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ 1170
  15. "大場正男(おおばまさお)OBA Masao". Hanganet: Prints Arts Knowledge Base. Retrieved 2014-05-04. ⇒ Ooba Masao
  16. "大場正男(おおばまさお)OBA Masao". Hanganet: Prints Arts Knowledge Base. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Paperscreen Prints
  17. "孝峰窯 Kouhou Kiln". 京都陶磁器協同組合連合会 Kyoto Ceramics Cooperative Association. Retrieved 2015-01-21. ⇒ Shigeru Tomotaka
  18. "岳山窯 Gakuzan Kiln". 秘窯の里 大川内山 (おおかわちやま) Village Of The Secret Kiln Mt. Ookawachi. Retrieved 2014-10-10. ⇒ Shibata Gakuzan Kiln
  19. "建築探偵・近代日本の洋館をさぐる Exploring Western Architecture in Japan". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-10-30. ⇒ 1280
  20. "建築探偵・近代日本の洋館をさぐる Exploring Western Architecture in Japan". YouTube Videos. Retrieved 2014-10-30. ⇒ Shofu China
  21. "有田 山徳窯の歩み History of Arita Yamatoku". 有田 山徳窯 (Arita Yamatoku). Retrieved 2015-05-19. ⇒ Yamatoku
  22. "村の概要 Shinto Village Overview". 榛東村 Shinto Village. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Shinto
  23. "桂月 (けいげつ) Keigetsu". コトバンク KOTBANK. Retrieved 2014-05-21. ⇒ 1315
  24. 鈴田由紀夫 (Suzuta Yukio). "瑠璃釉(るりゆう) Ruri-yu Glaze". やきものの技法 Pottery Techniques. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Cobalt Ruri Glaze
  25. "白雪ふきんのあゆみ History of Shirayuki Fukin". 白雪ふきん Shirayuki Fukin. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Shirayuki Hand Towel
  26. "白雪友禅ふきん Shirayuki Yuzen Dish Cloth". 白雪ふきん Shirayuki Fukin. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ 1355
  27. "砥部焼きの里と砥部町 Tobe Ware Village". Tobeyaki Potter's Complete. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Sagawa Ceramics
  28. "組合の歩み History of the Union". Aizu Lacquerware Cooperative Union. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Maruni Lacquerware Crafts Manufactory (Maruni)
  29. "繁友孝峰 (Kouhou Kiln)". 京焼・清水焼 (Kyoto-Kyoto Kiyomizu Ceramics). Retrieved 2015-01-21. ⇒ Kouhou Kiln
  30. "翠山窯 Suizan Kiln". 秘窯の里大川内山 Village Of The Secret Kiln Mt. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ Suizan Kiln
  31. "薬師窯の由来 Origin of Yakushi Kiln". 薬師窯 Yakushi Kiln. Retrieved 2014-10-29. ⇒ Yakushigama
  32. "酒井好古堂のご案内 Guidance Of Sakai Kokodo Gallery". 酒井好古堂 Sakai Kokodo. Retrieved 2014-04-06. ⇒ 1330
  33. "高橋楽齋プロフィール Takahashi Rakusai Profile". しがらきアートの学び舎. Retrieved 2014-11-01. ⇒ Rakusai Kiln, Takahashi Rakusai
  34. "黒文字の歴史 History of Kuromoji". 万作の嫁 甘味ブログ Mansaku no yome kanmi BLOG. 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ Hyoutanya
  35. "黒文字の歴史 History of Kuromoji". 万作の嫁 甘味ブログ Mansaku no yome kanmi BLOG. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ Tea Ceremony Wooden Picks
  36. "鼈甲 Bekko". ウイキペデイヤ Wikipedia Japan. Retrieved 2014-10-26. ⇒ Tortoise Shell Carving
  37. "(Where Do I Begin?) Love Story". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-05-20. ⇒ 1493
  38. "150 Years Bilateral Relations Switzerland-Japan". Japanese Consulate General-Switzerland. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Liebermann Waelchli
  39. "5 yen coin". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-29. ⇒ Five Yen Coin, 1432
  40. "A Brief History of Japanese Embroidery". Japanese Embroidery Center. Retrieved 2014-12-11. ⇒ Japanese Embroidery
  41. Yoshio Tsuchiya. "A Brief History of Japanese Glass". GAS: Glass Art Society. 1998. Retrieved 2014-10-05. ⇒ Glass Working
  42. "A Brief History of Nippon". Nippon Collectors Club. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Nippon Collectibles
  43. John Goodall. "A Journey In Time. The Remarkable Story Of Seiko". Seiko Watch Corporation, Tokyo (2003). pp 10-11. ⇒ 1352
  44. "About American Greetings Corporation". American Greetings Official Website. Retrieved 2015-06-15. ⇒ American Greetings Corporation
  45. "About Enesco". Enesco. Retrieved 2014-10-28. ⇒ ENESCO
  46. "About Erich Stauffer Figurines". Erich Stauffer Figurines. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Arnart Imports, Inc.
  47. "About Ichiyo School of Ikebana". Ichiyo School of Ikebana/Creating Ikebana. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ 1127
  48. "About Ichiyo School of Ikebana". Ichiyo School of Ikebana. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Ichiyo School of Ikebana
  49. "About Mikasa". Mikasa. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Mikasa
  50. "About Nancy". Nancy Chien-Eriksen: Fantasies & Other Realities. Retrieved 2015-10-23. ⇒ Nancy Chien-Eriksen
  51. "About Yamada Heiando". Heiando America. Retrieved 2014-11-10. ⇒ Yamada Heiando
  52. "About the Author: William Pinckard." Kiseido. 2015-10-22. ⇒ W.H. Pinckard, Jr.
  53. "Abstract art". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-20. ⇒ Abstract
  54. "Aizu". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Aizu
  55. "Akita, Akita". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Akita
  56. "Alexander Global Promotions". Alexander Global Promotions. Retrieved 2015-04-03. ⇒ Alexander Global Promotions
  57. "Ancient Mew". Pokemon Wikia. Retrieved 2014-11-20. ⇒ 1207
  58. "Andrea by Sadek". Porcelain and pottery collecting. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ Andrea by Sadek
  59. Dan Brownell. "Antique Trader Antiques And Collectibles Price Guide". Krause Publications, Wisconsin (2010). p 277. ⇒ Yona Ceramics
  60. Joseph A. Huddleston. "Antiques from China To be Dear and Rare". The Milwaukee Sentinal. 1977-11-19. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ The Srednick Collection
  61. "Arita, Saga". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Arita
  62. "Arnart Imports Porcelain". Erich Stauffer Figurines. Retrieved 2014-11-04. ⇒ Arnart Imports, Inc.
  63. "Asakusa, Tokyo". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Asakusa
  64. "Baba Nobuhiko". Hanga Gallery. Retrieved 2014-10-29. ⇒ Baba Nobuhiko
  65. "Bento". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-16. ⇒ 1558
  66. "Bijin-ga". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Beautiful Person Pictures
  67. "Bizen ware". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-10-27. ⇒ Bizen Stoneware
  68. "Bizen, Okayama". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-02-10. ⇒ Bizen
  69. "Bobblehead". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-04-03. ⇒ Bobblehead Dolls
  70. "Bone China". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Bone China
  71. "Bonsai". japan-guide.com. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Bonsai
  72. "Brief History of Inarco, Lefton, and Napco". Midwest Sales Court. 2008-07-16. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ The Lefton Company, NAPCO, Inarco
  73. "Buddhist Temples in Japan". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ Buddhist Temples and Shinto Shrines
  74. "Carvers and Printer Seal: Yokegawa Takejiro (Horitake)". Japanese Prints. Retrieved 2014-07-30. ⇒ 1357
  75. "Casio". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-04. ⇒ Casio Computer Company, Limited
  76. "Celedon". Wikipedia. 2015-01-01. ⇒ Celedon
  77. "Ceramic Hakata Doll Painting Demo". Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Hakata Dolls
  78. "Chalkware". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-10-16. ⇒ Chalkware
  79. "Cherub". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-08-18. ⇒ Cherub
  80. "Children's Day (Japan)". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Children
  81. "Christianity in Japan". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Christmas, Christians
  82. "Chushingura". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-04. ⇒ 1351
  83. "Clay Bells". Daruma San in Japan, Japanese Art and Culture. Retrieved 2014-12-10. ⇒ Clay Suzu Bells
  84. Norman Tolman and Mary Tolman. "Collecting Modern Japanese Prints: Then & Now". Tuttle Publishing, Tokyo (1994). ⇒ Kawada Kan Miki
  85. "Compacts by Vashe and Pilcher - Once more famous than Cassius Clay - and both from Louisville". Collecting Vintage Compacts. Retrieved 2015-10-19. ⇒ J.V. Pilcher Mfg. Co., Inc.
  86. "Company Overview". Princess House Official Website. Retrieved 2015-11-06. ⇒ Princess House, Inc.
  87. "Company Profile". Koransha. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Koransha
  88. "Company Profile". Little Romance Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Little Romance Company
  89. "Daiso". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Daiso
  90. "Daruma". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Daruma
  91. "Daruma Dolls". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Monks Meditating in Caves
  92. "Differences Between Japanese, Chinese and Korean Chopsticks". POGOGI Everything Japanese Food. Retrieved 2015-10-22. ⇒ 1530
  93. "Donabe". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-09-16. ⇒ Earthenware Donabe Cooking Pots, 1377
  94. "Eddie Bauer". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-01-23. ⇒ Eddie Bauer
  95. "Edition (printmaking)". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-22 ⇒ Limited Edition Prints
  96. "Eight Immortals". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-13. ⇒ The Eight Immortals
  97. "Eishi". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-10-30. ⇒ Chobunsai (Hosoda) Eishi
  98. "Enoshima". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-03. ⇒ 1430
  99. "Experience Avon's History". AVON. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Avon
  100. "Fitz and Floyd Collectibles Buying Guide". Ebay. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Fitz & Floyd
  101. "Founders of Takahashi Charitable Foundation Receive Japan's Highest Award". NikkekiWest. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Takahashi Trading Company
  102. "Frederick & Nelson". The Department Store Museum. Retrieved 2015-11-19. ⇒ 1526
  103. "Frederick & Nelson". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-19. ⇒ 1526
  104. "Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-28. ⇒ Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
  105. "Fukagawa-Seiji Japan". Fukagawa Seiji. Retrieved 2014-07-28. ⇒ Fukagawa-Seiji
  106. "Fukuoka". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-03-05. ⇒ Fukuoka
  107. "Fukushima, Fukushima". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Fukushima
  108. "Funabashi, Chiba". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-02. ⇒ Funabashi
  109. "G-Shock". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-04. ⇒ 1431
  110. "Gibson Greetings, Inc.  History". FundingUniverse. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ 1263
  111. "Giclée". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-24. ⇒ Giclée
  112. "Gifu Castle". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-10-04. ⇒ 1522
  113. "Gifu, Gifu". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Gifu
  114. "Gilding". Wikipedia. Retreived 2014-12-10. ⇒ Gilded Wares
  115. "Good Luck Symbols The Gourd (Hyotan)". Hyotan Hitachi City, Now. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ Hyotans
  116. "Gosho Ningyo (Court dolls)". Web-Japan. Retrieved 2015-02-27. ⇒ Imperial Palace Dolls
  117. "Gotemba, Shizuoka". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Gotemba
  118. "Green Pheasant". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ Japanese Pheasant
  119. "Guanyin". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-13. ⇒ 1427
  120. "Guanyin". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-12. ⇒ Goddess of Mercy
  121. Helen Merritt and Nanako Yamada. "Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints: 1990-1975". University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu (1992). p 49. ⇒ Iwashita (Yo) Hiroshi
  122. Helen Merritt and Nanako Yamada. "Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints: 1990-1975". University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu (1992). p 177. ⇒ Yoshida Toshi
  123. "Hakata-ku, Fukuoka". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Hakata
  124. "Hakone, Kanagawa". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Hakone
  125. "Hakuji". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-03. ⇒ White Porcelain, 1314
  126. "Hanakotoba". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-13. ⇒ Yellow Roses, Red Roses, Pink Roses, Lavender, Daffodil, Carnations, Amaryllis
  127. "Higashihiroshima". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-12. ⇒ Higashihiroshima
  128. "Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-01-21. ⇒ Higashiyama
  129. "Hilo Hana: Making Bamboo Vases". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-10-26. ⇒ 1100
  130. "Hiroshige". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-05-04. ⇒ Utagawa (Ando) Hiroshige
  131. "Hiroshima". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-08-19. ⇒ Hiroshima
  132. "Hiroshima YMCA". Hiroshima YMCA Official Website. 2015-08-19. ⇒ The YMCA Service Center
  133. "Hisashi Otsuka". hisashiotsuka.com. Retrieved 2014-10-28. ⇒ Otsuka Hisashi
  134. "History". Sarome Tokyo. Retrieved 2015-11-02. ⇒ SAROME Co., Ltd, 1547
  135. "History of Akahada Yama-Motogama". Akahada Yama-Motogama. Retrieved 2015-11-09. ⇒ Akahada Earthenware
  136. "History of James Robinson". James Robinson Website. Retrieved 2015-11-14. ⇒ 1484
  137. "History of Okura Art China". Okura Art China. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Okura Art China
  138. Suzanne Robin. "History of Shafford Pottery". eHow. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ Shafford China
  139. "History of The Takarazuka Revue". The Takarazuka Revue. Retrieved 2014-11-28. ⇒ The Takarazuka Revue
  140. "History of the radio manufacturer Continental Merchandise Co. Inc., New York". Radio Museum. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Continental Merchandise Co., Inc.
  141. "Ho-o Phoenix". Japanese Buddhist Statuary. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Japanese Phoenix
  142. "Hokusai". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-12. ⇒ Hokusai Katsushika
  143. "How To Enjoy Sake". Hokkan Sake. Retrieved 2014-11-06. ⇒ Ochoko Sake Cups
  144. "Hyogo Prefecture". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Imazu
  145. "I. Magnin". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ I. Magnin
  146. "I. W. Rice Co. Inc. aka Irving W. Rice & Co". Glass Lovers Glass Database. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ I.W. Rice & Co.
  147. "Ichiro Suzuki". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-04-13. ⇒ 1479
  148. "Ikebana International Profile". Ikebana International. Retrieved 2014-11-18. ⇒ Ikebana International
  149. Masami Matsuo. "Ikkan-Bari (Lacquer papier-mache) from Aizu region of Fukushima prefecture". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Ikkanbari Lacquered Paper-mache
  150. "Imari porcelain". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-04-21. ⇒ Imari Porcelain, Arita Porcelain
  151. "Imari, Saga". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Imari
  152. "Imperial House of Japan". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-13. ⇒ Imperial House of Japan
  153. "Imperial Seal of Japan". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-13. ⇒ Chrysanthemum Seal
  154. "Inden-Japanese Deerskin Craft". Nihon Ichiban. Retrieved 2015-01-07. ⇒ Inden
  155. Alexandra Carmen Tamara Harris. "Inspiration and objects of comparison from Europe". The Hakone Goblet. Retrieved 2014-10-14. ⇒ Goblets & Chalaces
  156. "Iro-e". JAANUS. Retrieved 2015-11-20. ⇒ Iroe Overglaze Enamels
  157. "Island Style". Island Slipper. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Island Slipper Factory
  158. "Janine Wesselmann". Janine Wesselmann Website. Retrieved 2015-11-01. ⇒ Wesselmann Janine Carol
  159. "Japan Airlines". Wikipedia. 2014-12-01. ⇒ Japan Airlines
  160. "Japan China (JAPBRE)". Replacements, Ltd. Retrieved 2014-11-05. ⇒ Japan China
  161. "Japan-Netherlands relations". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Dutch People
  162. "Japanese Buddhist Pantheon". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-10. ⇒ Buddhist Deities
  163. "Japanese Calendar". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-04-02. ⇒ Calendar
  164. "Japanese Illustrated Handscrolls". Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. Retrieved 2014-12-11. ⇒ Handscrolls
  165. "Japanese Kites As Decorative Art". Japanesque Accents. 2011-05-31. Retrieved 2014-11-02. ⇒ Yakko, 1276
  166. "Japanese Lacquerware". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Colored Lacquerware
  167. "Japanese Mythology". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-10. ⇒ Japanese Mythology
  168. Jan-Erik Nilsson. "Japanese Porcelain Marks: Maruni & Co". Gotheborg.com. Retrieved 2014-08-07. ⇒ 1275
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  170. Jan-Erik Nilsson. "Japanese Porcelain Marks: Ucagco - United China and Glass Company". Gotheborg.com. Retrieved 2014-11-11. ⇒ UCAGCO
  171. "Japanese Sword". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ Japanese Swords
  172. "Japanese Tea Ceremony". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-11. ⇒ Tea Ceremony
  173. "Japanese Wedding Traditions and Customs". beau coup. Retrieved 2014-12-11. ⇒ Ceremonial Sake Set
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  182. "Japanese Year of the Boar". Japanese Zodiac. Retrieved 2014-12-12. ⇒ Boar
  183. "Japanese bush warbler". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-16. ⇒ Japanese Bush Warbler Bird
  184. "Japanese clock". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-01. ⇒ Watch and Clock Making
  185. "Japanese folktales". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-11. ⇒ Japanese Folktales
  186. "Japanese lacquerware". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-10-27. ⇒ Lacquerware
  187. "Japanese lacquerware". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-23. ⇒ Negoro Lacquerware
  188. "Japanese metalwork". The British Museum Website. Retrieved 2014-06-14. ⇒ Metal Working
  189. "Japanese post-war economic miracle". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-11-23. ⇒ Japanese Assembled Goods
  190. "Japanese white-eye". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ Japanese White-Eye Bird
  191. "Japanese words of Dutch origin". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-01-13. ⇒ Dutch People
  192. Japanese Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco. "Japanese-American Trade Year Book 1918". Japanese Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco (1918). p 581. ⇒ Saji & Kariya Co.
  193. "Jitte". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-10-25. ⇒ Iron Bar Weapon
  194. "KAMOTSURU". Saijo Sake: Taste Of Japan. Retrieved 2014-11-12. ⇒ Kamotsuru Brewery
  195. "Kabuki". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ Kabuki Dance-Drama
  196. "Kaga, Ishikawa". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Kaga
  197. "Kakemono". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-10-26. ⇒ Hanging Scrolls
  198. "Kamakura, Kanagawa". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Kamakura
  199. "Kamakura-bori". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-09-25. ⇒ Kamakura-Bori Lacquerware
  200. "Kan-nyu, Those Lovely Cracks". The Ikebana Shop. Retrieved 2014-12-10. ⇒ Crackle Glaze Wares
  201. "Kanazawa". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-11-07. ⇒ Kanazawa
  202. "Kanzashi". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2015-04-27. ⇒ Hair Ornaments
  203. "Kappa (folklore)". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2014-12-14. ⇒ River Child Monster
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