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Education 2000 754309900157 Japan with D. Dwayyne L. Merry
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Education 2000 754309900157 Japan with D. Dwayyne L. Merry

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Featuring: Dr. Dwayne L. Merry As in his previous films Dr. Merry brings more than his expertise as an archaeologist/anthropologist to this film. He was stationed in Japan and his wife Telse who speaks fluent Japanese and has lived there for several years. By driving the length and breadth of the country they captured on film the traditions and the pageantry that are inseparable from everyday life in Japan. In Tokyo Dr. Merry had the rare privilege of being invited to film the Sumo wrestlers in training mingling with the crowds in the Asakusa temple and participate in a wedding ceremony at the Meiji Shrine. In addition to the famous gardens parks and beautiful temples he also goes to places where very few tourists have gone. Dr. Merry and Telse hike the old Tokaido road that connected the ancient capitals of Tokyo and Kyoto. The couple discover giant rocks along the way where statues were carved more than 1 500 years ago. On Shikoku they travel along with pilgrims who are visiting the 88 temples of that island. The final scenes of the film show Kobe recovering from the devastating earthquake of 1995 and Nagasaki and Hiroshima today - symbols of hope for world peace. Dr. Dwayne L. Merry a professor of anthropology and archaeology has conducted research and excavations around the world and written several books on his travels around the world. 2005 - Color.

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