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24th Nov '16 4:34:20 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/SamuraiRebellion''
23rd Nov '16 10:11:21 AM JulianLapostat
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* ''Film/{{Silence}}''

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* ''Film/{{Silence}}''
''Film/{{Silence}}'' by Creator/MartinScorsese which adapts a Japanese novel about the failure of the Jesuit mission.
23rd Nov '16 6:00:47 AM Saveelich
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* '''Genpei War (1180-1885)''':[[note]]This is a pretty peculiar setting, because while most Jidai Geki media are set in Sengoku and Tokugawa eras (with a large and influential minority being set in late Edo/early Meiji Periods), when the Samurai class and its influence and customs were long established, Genpei War took place in the 12th century late-Heian era, that is, the High Middle Ages, when samurai were only a nascent community, widely derided as coarse and uncouth by the [[UpperClassTwit sophisticated court aristocrats]]. Works set in this period are usually to describe a rise to power by the samurai class and the societal change it brought.[[/note]]

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* '''Genpei War (1180-1885)''':[[note]]This (1180-1185)''':[[note]]This is a pretty peculiar setting, because while most Jidai Geki media are set in Sengoku and Tokugawa eras (with a large and influential minority being set in late Edo/early Meiji Periods), when the Samurai class and its influence and customs were long established, Genpei War took place in the 12th century late-Heian era, that is, the High Middle Ages, when samurai were only a nascent community, widely derided as coarse and uncouth by the [[UpperClassTwit sophisticated court aristocrats]]. Works set in this period are usually to describe a rise to power by the samurai class and the societal change it brought.[[/note]]
23rd Nov '16 6:00:15 AM Saveelich
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* '''Heian Period'''[[note]]court nobles writing poetry, crying at the slightest pull of the heartstrings, and scheming to get into the beds of other court nobles' wives; noblewomen *also* writing poetry (or the earliest novels) and wearing GorgeousPeriodDress consisting of twelve-layered kimono; and the random peasant, such as your typical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tale_of_the_Bamboo_Cutter humble woodcutter]][[/note]]

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* '''Heian Period'''[[note]]court Period (794-1185)'''[[note]]court nobles writing poetry, crying at the slightest pull of the heartstrings, and scheming to get into the beds of other court nobles' wives; noblewomen *also* writing poetry (or the earliest novels) and wearing GorgeousPeriodDress consisting of twelve-layered kimono; and the random peasant, such as your typical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tale_of_the_Bamboo_Cutter humble woodcutter]][[/note]]



* '''Genpei War''':[[note]]This is a pretty peculiar setting, because while most Jidai Geki media are set in Sengoku and Tokugawa eras (with a large and influential minority being set in late Edo/early Meiji Periods), when the Samurai class and its influence and customs were long established, Genpei War took place in the 12th century late-Heian era, that is, the High Middle Ages, when samurai were only a nascent community, widely derided as coarse and uncouth by the [[UpperClassTwit sophisticated court aristocrats]]. Works set in this period are usually to describe a rise to power by the samurai class and the societal change it brought.[[/note]]

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* '''Genpei War''':[[note]]This War (1180-1885)''':[[note]]This is a pretty peculiar setting, because while most Jidai Geki media are set in Sengoku and Tokugawa eras (with a large and influential minority being set in late Edo/early Meiji Periods), when the Samurai class and its influence and customs were long established, Genpei War took place in the 12th century late-Heian era, that is, the High Middle Ages, when samurai were only a nascent community, widely derided as coarse and uncouth by the [[UpperClassTwit sophisticated court aristocrats]]. Works set in this period are usually to describe a rise to power by the samurai class and the societal change it brought.[[/note]]



* '''Kamakura and Muromachi Periods''':

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* '''Kamakura and Muromachi Periods''':Periods (1185-1573)''':



* '''Sengoku Period''':

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* '''Sengoku Period''':Period (14671603)''':



* '''Edo Period''':

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* '''Edo Period''':Period (1603-1868)''':



* '''Bakumatsu Period''':

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* '''Bakumatsu Period''':Period (1853-1868)''':
23rd Nov '16 4:10:47 AM Saveelich
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* ''Film/{{Silence}}''
13th Oct '16 2:35:08 AM Koveras
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* ''VideoGame/UnchartedWatersNewHorizons'' has Japan visitable by the main characters, complete with Atakebune and Tekkousen ship classes available
25th Sep '16 11:46:53 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/The47Ronin''
10th Aug '16 8:54:39 PM PaulA
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* ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Gai-Jin]]''

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* ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Gai-Jin]]''''Literature/GaiJin''
11th Jul '16 9:36:18 PM SinNanna
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* ''Manga/LadySnowblood''
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': The entire ''Musha Kero'' arc takes place on an AlternateUniverse planet vaguely like ancient Japan. All the best-known JidaiGeki tropes are played straight, from the alternate IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming to Keroro saying "Kore nite, ikken rakchaku... ''[[VerbalTic de arimasu.]]''"
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