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>> No.4344  

konec bolshoy i svetloy mecty :D



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平城京(へいじょうきょう/へいぜいきょう)は、奈良時代の日本の首都。いわゆる「奈良の都」である。唐の都「長安」や北魏洛陽城などを模倣して建造されたとされ、現在の奈良県奈良市及び大和郡山市近辺に位置していた。

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Empress Genmei ordered the Imperial capital moved from Fujiwara-kyō to Heijō-kyō in 708, and the move to Heijō-kyō was complete in 710. Heijō-kyō was modeled after Chang'an, the capital of Tang-dynasty China, although Heijō-kyō lacked walls. In the city, merchants and traders from China, Korea and India introduced various foreign cultures to Heijō-kyō through the Silk Road. As a result, Heijō-kyō flourished as Japan's first international and political capital, with a peak population of approximately 100,000. The overall form of the city was an irregular rectangle, and the area of city is more than 25 km2.
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The royal court also established relations with Sui and then Tang dynasty China and sent students to the Middle Kingdom to learn high civilization. By 7th century, Nara accepted the many immigrants including refugees of Baekje who had escaped from war disturbances of the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. The first high civilization with royal patronage of Buddhism flourished in today's Nara city (710–784 AD).

>> No.4324  

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2001/dec/28/japan.worlddispatch

The Japanese emperor has finally laid to rest rumours that he has Korean blood, by admitting that it is true, writes Jonathan Watts
Jonathan Watts
Fri 28 Dec 2001 16.24 GMT
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For more than a century, speculation about the Japanese emperor's Korean roots was mostly restricted to lofty academic journals and idle coffee shop gossip.
But this week, the historical debate was surprisingly joined by a new scholar who has as much claim as anyone to be an authority on the subject: the emperor, Akihito, himself.

To the delight of South Korea and, no doubt, the silent fury of many Japanese nationalists, the current holder of the Chrysanthemum Throne used a 68th birthday press conference last weekend to celebrate his mixed origins.

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"I, on my part, feel a certain kinship with Korea, given the fact that it is recorded in the Chronicles of Japan that the mother of Emperor Kammu was of the line of King Muryong of Paekche," he told reporters.



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kek



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haruki murakami



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明治天皇

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273052 No.4139   [Reply]

No place to hide.

>> No.4206  

It's pretty hard to raep when you don't have a dick.

>> No.4212  

>>4206
You're quite naive.



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Just two tough cats.

>> No.4203  

damn those cats are tough

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Someone shopped the tough cats into humans.
Bizarre as fuck.



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