Is it the Encyclopedia of Everything Japanese, or is it Everything's Japanese Encyclopedia? It's both!
After 1662 entries, the EJE grew too big to fit in a single e2node.
After consulting with several editors, a plan for breaking up the Encyclopedia was organized. It has been broken into sub-nodes by content.
Three sections were not liberated; "Other", "Social Life/Leisure", and "Tales from Japan" will be kept in this writeup until they get large enough to merit their own nodes.
The "Food" section has been split up: the Cookery project has absorbed the listing of Japanese Recipes into that node,
while other aspects of Japanese cuisine, such as general dish descriptions and etiquette, may be found in Japanese Food.
If you see one of your w/u's that is missing, or have come across one that isn't listed here, please /msg us.
For questions about node-naming conventions and other Japanese noding standards, consult E2 Japanese Conventions. Otherwise, feel free to address other questions to the bakufu usergroup.
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as of server time
Saturday, July 3, 2004 at 2:51:33
Table of Contents
Most recent additions:
Changes of note:
- Voices of a Distant Star by kojaxs
- Witch Hunter Robin by kojaxs
- Thee Michelle Gun Elephant by kojaxs
- Shima-uta by kojaxs
- Kohaku Uta Gassen (Annual music competition) by kojaxs
- makura kotoba by DustBunnie
- Manyoshu by mauler
- William Adams by Corran
- Himura Kenshin
- Kamiya Kaoru
- Samurai X
- Shishio Makoto
- Hiroaki Samura
- Sagara Sanosuke
- Hitokiri Battousai
- Bodhidharma by mauler
- Daruma by -brazil-
- Yamata no Orochi by (O)v(O)
- Kusanagi no Tsurugi by tricyclist_from_hell and cethiesus
- Susanoo by cethiesus and BelDion
- Hototogisu by mauler
- Shin Musume Dojoji by bobbb21
- Anchin and Kiyohime by tusitala
- The Everything Japanese Encyclopedia is now under new management by the bakufu usergroup. HUGE thanks go out to the inimitable 00100 for all his past and continuing efforts on this project, which was his creation.
- Japanese Food and been added to supplement Japanese Recipes
- The Great Breakup has occured.
- Category "Tales from Japan" added to hold true stories of Japan's encounters with noders. Categories reordered alphabetically.
- Category "Literature/Art" reorganized to better indicate what things are
- Category "Geography" reorganized to show hierarchy of political divisions.
Lifetime employment in Japan
The Japan That Can Say No
Tokyo Stock Exchange (1500th Addition)
what's required to get a working visa in Japan
Working in Japan
house addresses in Japan
How to become Japanese
Japan Self Defense Forces
Japanese dates (Japanese calendar)
Japanese Elementary School Children
Japanese fern tree
Japanese love the US
Japanese MS Windows error messages
Japanese Red Army
Japanese style toilet
Japanese Usernames on E2
Japanese vending machines
Japanese weights and measures
National anthem of Japan (Kimigayo)
Osakans through the eyes of a Tokyo native
World Cup : Korea/Japan 2002
The Everything People Registry : Japan
The lucrative way to visit Japan
Japanese airsickness bags
Scamming the Japanese rail network (Added by Shro0m)
Seishun 18 Ticket
Old bridges and expressways in Tokyo
Understanding Japan (*)
Yohkoh (Added by Shro0m)
Hanafuda (Japanese Card Game)
Iroha Karuta (Added by Juuichiketajin)
kompa (Added by superfly)
kogaru (Yamamba, gyaru-kei, ko-gals)
kyuuryou dorobou (salaryman)
Tokyo's Best Stuff
Tokyo's Worst Stuff (Added by Shro0m)
Tales from Japan
Alcoholic gangsters and the way of the thumb, Japanese style
August 14, 2002 by nate
Daylogs of liontamer
Despite being surrounded by perverts, I manage to have a great time
Going to Fukuoka
Hokuo Spa & Capsule Hotel
Japanese deer are mean
My apartment in Tokyo
Really big Honorable Uncle Sir
Ruminations on being lost in a foreign country as a young boy
Shinjuku Tuesday 5AM
Trip to Kumamoto
Nodes marked with a "(*)" contain links to many, many other Japan-related nodes; I have chosen to not list these other nodes
for simplicity and size issues
because I haven't gotten around to it yet.
Infinite props to gn0sis
(Apologies to mauler for not adding his Nihon
-noding self sooner), Pseudo_Intellectual
, and Wintersweet
for their many Japan-related write-ups, and to the indefatigable Shro0m
for helping me pull them all together.