The Rokkaku dako (六角凧) is a traditional six-sided Japanese fighter kite.
Traditionally, it is made with bamboo spars and washi paper. The rokkaku kite is
JAPANESE KITE HISTORY 1. Its thought that kites were first introduced into
Japan by Buddhist missionaries who travelled from China in the Nara period ...
Japan's kites are among the most spectacular in the world, treasured as much for
the aesthetic worth as for the pleasure they give as toys. The traditional kite ...
Kites came to Japan from China, and then the Japanese made kites part of their
own cultural traditions. To fly a kite brought good luck or gave thanks—for a ...
Jan 18, 2010 ... This movie is movie of the kite of Japan. ... Look more like a korean fighter kite
that a japanese kite. Try a rokakaku or Edo!. Read more.
Japanese kites are incredibly diverse, with one or more specific types that
originated from just about every region. A couple of these designs are more
copied in ...
Mar 31, 2012 ... Kite flying is a favorite pastime in Japan, and Japanese kites vary in style and
design. Kite flying festivals, such as the Sagami Giant Kite ...
In this category we merge the traditional Japanese fighter kites. The most
noticables are Edo Dako and Rokkaku, traditionally built in huge dimensions,
It is thought that kites were first introduced to Japan by Buddhist monks who
came from China in the Nara period (710-794 CE). Kites were used for practical ...
Everything about Japanese koinobori, carp windsock/streamer/kite. ... carp
streamers or carp banners, decorate the landscape of Japan from April through