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06/29/2018

About Tenpyo-culture in the 8th century

In the 8th century, which is called the Nara period, the political system of the centralized government was developed and the wealth was concentrated to the Court.
 
In those days, the sophisticated culture created by nobles was bloomed around the capital. The culture was named Tenpyo-culture coming from the Tenpyo-era of the Shomu Emperor's reign.
 
Around the 8th century, envoys to the Tang Dynasty introduced culture of Tang to Japan and Japanese nobles learned it.
 
Therefore, Tenpyo-culture was strongly influenced from the culture of Tang and Tenpyo-culture had a highly cosmopolitan character.

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