Fuzhou University of International Studies and Trade, Fuzhou, Fujian, China
Japanese culture has always been concerned by people from different countries and fields with its distinctive characteristics and vitality. Japanese culture has a strong compatibility and creativity. This article takes the development of Chinese traditional festivals such as Tanabata and Obon as examples in Japan. Through research, it is found that Japanese culture is compatible and creative, that is, the initiative and selectivity of Japanese culture in absorbing foreign cultures. And subjectivity, the forms and levels of innovation are diverse, and the content keeps pace with the times and adapts to local conditions. With these points as the core, Japanese culture has achieved a better absorption of foreign cultures, reflecting the strong vitality of Japanese culture.
Japanese culture, traditional Chinese festivals, compatibility, creativity
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