Melancholy Suma

There are numerous references to Suma in waka poetry, Noh theatre, and travel literature, which allude to other major works in Japanese literature…Continue reading



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  1. Thank you for liking my post on the Dragon Journal. I appreciate what you are doing on your blog. I’m interested in Japan travel and hope someday to visit. Your educational and artful writing, plus the images are very enjoyable.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! The posts here are written by Asian Studies students at the University of British Columbia, who are all passionate about Japanese culture as well. I’m so glad you enjoy their work!


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