How is Japanese art different from Chinese art?

Chinese art is known for its paper and silk paintings made by the brush soaked in black or colored ink. On the other hand, Japanese art presents itself with a number of varieties, such as sculpture made by wood and bronze, ancient pottery, ink painting on silk and paper, oil painting, calligraphy etc.

How do you identify Japanese art?

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