Describe the development of Japanese culture in the interwar period.

Artistic culture was saturated with the ideas of militarism, nationalism and chauvinism, and reflected the country’s aggressive foreign policy. In 1937, the Information Directorate was established to oversee cultural life. Writers, painters, actors were supposed to glorify samurai exploits, Japanese aggression in Asia. In painting, the traditional direction was preserved and a new one was formed – European.

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