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Tang royal etiquette impact on the Japanese royal etiquette

Author: LiuZuo
Tutor: BaiGenXing
School: Shaanxi Normal University
Course: Specialized History
Keywords: Royal Power Etiquette Tang Dynasty Japan Cultural communication between China and Japan
CLC: K242
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


The academic research about the Sino-Japanese royal power etiquette’s special research is at the scattered start stage basically. Based on drawing lessons from these scattered research results, this paper discussed Japanese royal power etiquette was influenced on the Tang Dynasty’s and reasons, taking many core ceremonies of royal etiquette as the case, just started the Japanese royal power etiquette’s construction from the 7th to 8th century.The paper is divided into three parts. The preface, mainly discussed the concept of royal power etiquette, the academic research status and research significance and the method.The first chapter discussed two important changes occurred in the Japan under the influence of Sui and Tang Dynasty’s political systems from 7th to 8th century,which endeavored to the construction of Japanese royal power etiquette. Reform of the TuiGu Dynasty made a preliminary exploration on the construction of Japanese royal power etiquette. Reform of Dahua power has established the law system of state power that has provided the political vehicle for the construction of Japanese royal power etiquette, as a right and the implementation of "practitioner" in Japan.The second chapter discussed the Tang Dynasty’s royal power etiquette influenced on Japanese from the 7th to 8th century; mainly take the sacrificial rituals, the worship rituals on New Year’s Day and the diplomatic etiquette as example. Pointed out that the Japanese emperor’s "sacrificial rituals of Jian Zuo Da Chang" and the Tang emperor’s "sacrificial rituals of God in the south" has a relationship that is "the same aim but different forms". For the worship rituals on New Year’s Day, Japan imitated the Tang Dynasty’s rituals procedure of New Year’s Day, also divided into the worship to the emperor and festival celebration. But on the specific implementation details, the Japanese emperor has integrated their traditional etiquette customs. Regarding the diplomatic etiquette, on the basis of the Sui Dynasty’s rituals, Japanese further learning Tang Dynasty’s rituals and enriched its royal power etiquette. Then it contents with the changes in their foreign policy, showing flexible and independent features.The third chapter discussed the reasons that the construction of Japanese royal power etiquette was influenced on the Tang Dynasty’s etiquette. Analyzing the related historical facts, I think that the Japanese royal power etiquette directly result from learning and imitating Tang Dynasty’s culture. And in the international stage, the Japan taking advantage of the geopolitical wanted to established "little China" that is Japanese-style international political order, which plays a direct catalytic role in the construction of Japanese royal etiquette. As the same time, it was the inevitable result that the lower energy civilization with the help of the enormous power from the high energy civilization, pushing the state and society toward the high-level civilization from the preliminary civilization in the process of human and state evolutions.

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CLC: > History, geography > History of China > Feudal society ( 475 BC - AD 1840 ) > Sui and Tang period ( 581 ~ 1840 ) > Tang Dynasty ( 618 ~ 907 years)
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