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ULTIMATE CRUSH: Waseda University Rugby, Leadership and Building the Strongest Winning Team in Japan By Ian Ruxton (trans.), Katsuyuki Kiyomiya
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(Paperback) SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE EDITION TO CELEBRATE RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019 BEING AWARDED TO JAPAN. The true story of Katsuyuki Kiyomiya's miraculous five years (2001-06) coaching Japan's top... More > university rugby team, written by the coach himself as the bestselling "Kyuukyoku no Shouri" (pub. Feb. 2006), translated by Ian Ruxton. Kiyomiya's record over five years is: Played 70, Won 62, Drawn 1, Lost 7 with wins over Toyota Verblitz, New Zealand Universities, Oxford and Cambridge. Tipped as a future coach of Japan, in March 2006 he became head coach of Suntory Sungoliath in Japan's Top League. The tragic sub-plot is the murder in Iraq in 2003 of rugby player-diplomat Katsuhiko ("Katsu") Oku who invented the ULTIMATE CRUSH slogan. Reviewed in Rugby World, February 2007 issue. (This Paperback is also on amazon and other retail websites. The Hardcover and Download are only available on lulu.com. A KINDLE edition is available from April 1, 2010.)< Less
ULTIMATE CRUSH: Waseda University Rugby, Leadership and Building the Strongest Winning Team in Japan By Katsuyuki Kiyomiya, Ian Ruxton (trans.)
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SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE EDITION TO CELEBRATE THE AWARDING OF RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019 TO JAPAN. The true story of Katsuyuki Kiyomiya's miraculous five years (2001-06) coaching Japan's top university rugby... More > team, written by the coach himself as the bestselling "Kyuukyoku no Shouri" (pubd. Feb. 2006) and translated into English. Kiyomiya's record over five years is outstanding: Played 70, Won 62, Drawn 1, Lost 7. Tipped as a probable future coach of Japan, in March 2006 he became the highly successful full-time professional head coach of Suntory Sungoliath in Japan's Top League. The tragic sub-plot is the murder in Iraq in 2003 of rugby player-diplomat Katsuhiko ("Katsu") Oku, Kiyomiya's senior who invented the ULTIMATE CRUSH slogan. Reviewed in Rugby World, February 2007 issue. (This Hardcover and Download are only available on lulu.com. A KINDLE edition is available on amazon.com from April 1, 2010.)< Less
ULTIMATE CRUSH: Waseda University Rugby, Leadership and Building the Strongest Winning Team in Japan By Katsuyuki Kiyomiya, Ian Ruxton (trans.)
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(Hardcover) SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE EDITION TO CELEBRATE THE AWARDING OF RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019 TO JAPAN. The true story of Katsuyuki Kiyomiya's miraculous five years (2001-06) coaching Japan's top... More > university rugby team, written by the coach himself as the bestselling "Kyuukyoku no Shouri" (pubd. Feb. 2006) and translated into English. Kiyomiya's record over five years is outstanding: Played 70, Won 62, Drawn 1, Lost 7. Tipped as a probable future coach of Japan, in March 2006 he became the highly successful full-time professional head coach of Suntory Sungoliath in Japan's Top League. The tragic sub-plot is the murder in Iraq in 2003 of rugby player-diplomat Katsuhiko ("Katsu") Oku, Kiyomiya's senior who invented the ULTIMATE CRUSH slogan. Reviewed in Rugby World, February 2007 issue. (This Hardcover and Download are only available on lulu.com. A KINDLE edition is available on amazon.com from April 1, 2010.)< Less
MAS Context - UNIVERSITY WORKS By MAS Studio
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University Works relates some of the most promising architecture work developed in universities around the world during the recent academic years. This work has been selected by curators directly... More > involved at each of the universities. University Works wants to know and share what is produced in different contexts, establish parallels, understand challenges, and discover opportunities. Discuss, Enjoy, Participate.< Less
In a Village Over the Hill, a Dog By Sun Won Hwang, Cholly Choi
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Considered to be modern Korea's most accomplished creator of fiction, Hwang Sun-won is equally well versed in poetry, short stories and novels. He has authored some of the best known stories of Korea... More > to date like Stars, 1940, The Old Potter, 1944, and A Sudden Shower, 1959, also included in this present collection. Hwang was born in 1915 near Pyongyang, five years into the official annexation of Korea by Japan. He graduated from Waseda University in Japan majoring in English Literature. His early works like In a Village Over the Hill, a Dog, name piece of a story collection published in 1946 but pre Liberation in content, already evince the lyrical humanism prevalent in all his works since. Since the Korean War, he has spent the rest of his whole life in or around Seoul, witness to myriad political, social and economic upheavals. But his literature only obliquely reflects these changes, as it depicts the individual’s response to society, than the society itself.< Less
He Chu he [Japanese] By Hakucho Masamune
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hakuchō Masamune (正宗 白鳥,... More > Masamune Hakuchō? ), a pseudonym of Tadao Masamune (March 3, 1879 – October 28, 1962) was a noted Japanese critic, novelist, and dramatist, and a leading member of the Japanese Naturalist school of literature.Masamune was born in Bizen, Okayama as the eldest son, where his birthplace is now a museum. In 1896 he joined the English department of the Tokyo Senmon Gakko (now Waseda University). He was baptized as a Christian by priest Uemura Masahisa in 1897. After graduation, he worked in the university's Publishing Department, then in 1903 began writing literary, art, and cultural criticism for the Yomiuri Shinbun newspaper. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hakuch%C5%8D_Masamune< Less