of their palaces by means of bronzes, embroideries on silk, fine lacquer, and the like. Art in Japan was nourished by t
he Daimios, and we have much to thank them for in the way of household adornment. Since the adoption of Western ideas in decoration and household furniture, the Japanese dwellings have lost somewhat in point of attractiveness. Our carpets and furniture are out of place in a Japanese
room, and so are our pictures and statuary. It is a pity that the people should ever abandon their domestic customs for ours, whatever they might do in the matter of military equipment, machinery, and other things that are more or less commercial. Japanese men and women are far moreimmens
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