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Re: Re: Re: Kyudo

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  • James Eckman
    ... Yokatta! Same thing sort of happened in America, in the 50 s early 60 s many of the traditional American crafts were dying out, now they are popular with a
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      > From: "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@...>
      >
      > Funny you should ask.
      >
      > Just the other day on one of the Japanese lit. lists, someone brought up the
      > topic of blind biwa players trained to recite the Heike Monogatari. Twenty years
      > ago, there were five people alive who could do it, and they were pretty old.
      >
      > Today, there is only one. But she has three students...

      Yokatta! Same thing sort of happened in America, in the 50's early 60's
      many of the traditional American crafts were dying out, now they are
      popular with a fair number of people and there's a large number of
      teachers and suppliers.

      Jim Eckman
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