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    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17     •     Categories: 广告, 日本音乐, 街头艺术

  东西屋

东西屋(Chindon'ya、チンドン屋),又称为 Japanese marching band,在日本旧时代,又称tōzaiya(东西屋)hiromeya(広目屋或披露目屋)是日本一种经过精心刻意打扮的街头音乐家,受委托为所在地区的商品或商店打广告。 Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17     •     Categories: Advertising in Japan, Japanese music, Street artists

  Chindon'ya · Chindon · Chindonya · Hiromeya · Japanese marching band

Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17     •     Categories: Musique japonaise, Musique traditionnelle

  Chindon'ya · Chindon

Le chindon'ya, parfois abrégé en chindon et également appelé tōzaiya et hiromeya est un genre et un ensemble musical apparu au début du XXe siècle au Japon. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17     •     Categories: ストリートアート, 広告, 日本の音楽, 秀逸な記事...

  チンドン屋 · ちんどん屋 · チンドン · ちんどんや

チンドン屋(チンドンや)は、チンドン太鼓と呼ばれる楽器を鳴らすなどして人目を集め、その地域の商品や店舗などの宣伝を行う日本の請負広告業の一類型である。 Wikipedia

    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17     •     Categories: Культура Японии, Уличное искусство

  Тиндонъя · тин-дон · Ching-dong

Тиндонъя (яп. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03452117n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/09/17

 No term available

 Chindon'ya, also called Japanese marching band, and in the old times also called tōzaiya or hiromeya are a type of elaborately costumed street musicians in Japan that advertise for shops and other establishments. Wikipedia


 

Translations

东西屋
chindon'ya, chindon, chindonya, hiromeya, japanese marching band, sandwich man band, shindonya, tozaiya
chindon'ya, Chindon
チンドン屋, ちんどん屋, チンドン, ちんどんや
тиндонъя, тин-дон, ching-dong

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