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This section of the book contains a list of abbreviations arranged in an alphabetical order. An occidentalist perspective in the specific Japanese context, closely linked to the concept of cultural nationalism, is also propounded by the promoters of nihonjinron (discourse on the Japanese) theories, which aim to propagate the 'uniqueness' of Japan in every aspect. The book focuses on the analysis of elements of Pure Land Buddhism in different cultural fields, such as literature, creative arts and aesthetics, and the tea ceremony.

Keywords: creative arts; cultural nationalism; tea ceremony



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