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This is a representation of a everyday life of an emperor living during the Edo Period.

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  • Thankyou, order me some more sake but no meat!
  • This meal is only for the richest of rich and no one can afford this meal but you my emperor.
  • These cherry blossoms and chrysanthemum are beautiful  they represent japan.
  • This dance is amazing, hope there isnt any dirty peasants here.
  • These Kabuki dancers are beautiful with their makeup and kimonos
  • Emperors would be woken up to a meal of sake, fish, rice and Japanese treats. no meat was served for religious reasons. The room would be decorated with traditional lanterns called Chochin and the walls of the room (shoji)  were sliding panels that were translucent paper in a wooden frame. Purple kimono was worn by emperors and people of high rank.
  • Today there was another daimyo trying to beat me, hahah
  • Emperors and their families were very wealthy and had very luxurious lifestyles, living in a large palace where they were usually had large Japanese gardens. Emperors spend a lot of their time getting involved in religious ceremonies and other leisure activities including dancing, and watching sport games  viewing beautiful gardens and other entertainment forms. Due to Shoguns being so powerful  and emperors not having political involvements this led to emperors having a lot of their own time.
  • The stage is used not only as a walkwayor path to get to and from the main stage, but important scenes are also playedon the stage. Kabuki stages andtheaters have steadily become more technologically sophisticated, andinnovations including revolving stages and trap doors were introduced duringthe 18th century.
  • i love watching these professional sumos fight for my entertinment
  • A chabudai  is a short-legged table used in traditional japanese homes. In the winter, the chabudai is often replaced.
  • There are so many people trying to over rule me, everyday there try to battle.
  • Are you threatened by the daimyo?
  •  Japanese tea ceremony is an choreographic ritual of preparing and serving Japanese green tea, called Matcha, together with traditional Japanese sweets to balance with the bitter taste of the tea. Preparing tea in this ceremony mean spouring all one's attention into the predefined movements. A tea gathering can last up to four hours.
  • This is a beautiful ceremony
  •  Sumo wrestling is the national sport of Japan. Once patronized by the emperors, Sumo's origins go back at least 1,500 years, making it the world's oldest organized sport.  Sumo became an event conducted at the imperial court, and bouts were preformed in front of the emperor.
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