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  1. Kamishibai is a form of picture storytelling that evolved in Japan at the beginning of the twentieth century. With the coming of World War II, it became one of the most widely used mediums for propaganda, targeting both children on the homefront and newly colonized nations.

    • Emily Horner
    • 2009
  2. Apr 04, 2020 · Doshinsha was founded in 1957, but grew out of a group that was formed 10 years earlier with the aim of rehabilitating kamishibai’s reputation after the war. Japan’s wartime use of kamishibai ...

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  4. 11) This form of “kamishibai” (later called tachi-e, or “standing pictures”) became popular during the 19 th century and was designed as a miniature version of the kabuki or bunraku theater. Many of the stories performed with these puppets were based on dramas audiences knew from these larger theater productions.

  5. Nov 11, 2009 · Kamishibai is a form of picture storytelling that evolved in Japan at the beginning of the twentieth century. With the coining of World War II, it became one of the most widely used mediums for propaganda, targeting both children on the homefront and newly colonized nations.

    • Emily Horner
    • 2009
  6. Kamishibai is a form of picture storytelling that evolved in Japan at the beginning of the twentieth century. With the coming of World War II, it became one of the most widely used mediums for propaganda , targeting both children on the homefront and newly colonized nations. This paper examines some of the types of wartime

  7. Although kamishibai is often described as a manifestation of Japan’s long and rich tradition of etoki (picture explaining), which can be traced back to the 10 th century when Buddhist picture scrolls were narrated by itinerant priests and nuns (Kaminishi), it would be misleading to argue that this makes kamishibai an “ancient” art form.

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