Definition of Japonaiseries
1. japonaiserie [n] - See also: japonaiserie
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Japonaiseries
japonaiseries (current term)
Literary usage of Japonaiseries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. As the Hague Ordains: Journal of a Russian Prisoner's Wife in Japan by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1907)
"... Yamanaka," and he discloses more japonaiseries and Chinoiseries, and Madame gives another chit. "I am Kita," "I am Shimizu," "I am Fukuda," say other ..."
2. As the Hague Ordains: Journal of a Russian Prisoner's Wife in Japan by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1907)
"A third smiles loudly, and says: "I am of Yamanaka," and he discloses more japonaiseries and Chinoiseries, and Madame gives another chit. ..."
3. Biblia by Charles Henry Stanley Davis (1897)
"Mrs. CM Salwey: " japonaiseries—The Manner of Making Gardens." John Beames, BCS 0"et.): " A Plain Account of Buddhism." Part II. ..."