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A Japanese Boy (Japanese Version) By Osamu Kamitanigawa
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Osamu Kamitanigawa was born in 1969. 1. A Japanese Boy 2. Wonderful Life 3. Africa 4. A Way of Creating New Worlds 5. Autumn 6. You are beautiful 7. Running! 8. The Essence of Business Vol.... More > 1 9. The Essence of Business Vol. 2 10. The Essence of Business Vol. 3 11. Letters 12. A Japanese Boy 2 13. Imagination 14. A Short History of English Literature 15. A Short History of Philippine Literature 16. Mission 17. Bicycle Trip: Kyushu 18. Flash 19. I Remember You 20. Creative Writing 21. Athlete 22. A Chinese Lady 23. A Chinese Lady Vol. 2 24. A Chinese Lady Vol. 3 25. A Korean Lady 26. A Korean Lady Vol. 2 27. 14 Days 28. A Young Writer 29. 29 Years 30. Liza 31. A Chinese Lady Vol. 4 32. A Chinese Lady Vol. 5 33. University Days 34. A Japanese Boy (Screenplay) 35. Street Musician 36. Bicycle 37. Nagasaki 38. Thanks! 39. You are beautiful (Japanese Version) 40. A Japanese Boy (Japanese Version) 41. Morning Cup 42. 16 43. π< Less
Japanese Women in Meiji Period By Farrukh Khan
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Historians agree that the Meiji era in Japanese history presented a succession of large reforms that were to bring about an improvement in Japanese society. Compulsory education for women and a... More > greater tolerance for debate were amongst the positive improvements of the Meiji era that were to enhance freedom and the position of women. However, even the Meiji government could not change the fundamental psyche of the Japanese and a complex interplay of class, poverty, gender inequality and exploitative forces continued to act against rural women from of masses. This brief essay presents a discussion about women in Japan during the Meiji era and it will appear that although the Meiji government did try to improve the situation for women in Japan, it could not alter fundamental influences.< Less
Japanese Women in Meiji Period By Farrukh Khan
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Historians agree that the Meiji era in Japanese history presented a succession of large reforms that were to bring about an improvement in Japanese society. Compulsory education for women and a... More > greater tolerance for debate were amongst the positive improvements of the Meiji era that were to enhance freedom and the position of women. However, even the Meiji government could not change the fundamental psyche of the Japanese and a complex interplay of class, poverty, gender inequality and exploitative forces continued to act against rural women from of masses. This brief essay presents a discussion about women in Japan during the Meiji era and it will appear that although the Meiji government did try to improve the situation for women in Japan, it could not alter fundamental influences.< Less
Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings By Edward S. Morse
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"It is a curious sight to look over a vast city of nearly a million inhabitants, and detect no chimney with its homelike streak of blue smoke. There is of course no church spire, with its usual... More > architectural inanities. With the absence of chimneys and the almost universal use of charcoal for heating purposes, the cities have an atmosphere of remarkable clearness and purity; so clear, indeed, is the atmosphere that one may look over the city and see distinctly revealed the minuter details of the landscape beyond. The great sun-obscuring canopy of smoke and fumes that forever shroud some of our great cities is a feature happily unknown in Japan."< Less
A Japanese Boy (Screenplay) By Osamu Kamitanigawa
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Osamu Kamitanigawa was born in 1969. 1. A Japanese Boy 2. Wonderful Life 3. Africa 4. A Way of Creating New Worlds 5. Autumn 6. You are beautiful 7. Running! 8. The Essence of Business Vol.... More > 1 9. The Essence of Business Vol. 2 10. The Essence of Business Vol. 3 11. Letters 12. A Japanese Boy 2 13. Imagination 14. A Short History of English Literature 15. A Short History of Philippine Literature 16. Mission 17. Bicycle Trip: Kyushu 18. Flash 19. I Remember You 20. Creative Writing 21. Athlete 22. A Chinese Lady 23. A Chinese Lady Vol. 2 24. A Chinese Lady Vol. 3 25. A Korean Lady 26. A Korean Lady Vol. 2 27. 14 Days 28. A Young Writer 29. 29 Years 30. Liza 31. A Chinese Lady Vol. 4 32. A Chinese Lady Vol. 5 33. University Days 34. A Japanese Boy (Screenplay) 35. Street Musician 36. Bicycle 37. Nagasaki< Less
A Japanese Boy By Osamu Kamitanigawa
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Osamu Kamitanigawa was born in 1969. 1. A Japanese Boy 2. Wonderful Life 3. Africa 4. A Way of Creating New Worlds 5. Autumn 6. You are beautiful 7. Running! 8. The Essence of Business Vol.... More > 1 9. The Essence of Business Vol. 2 10. The Essence of Business Vol. 3 11. Letters 12. A Japanese Boy 2 13. Imagination 14. A Short History of English Literature 15. A Short History of Philippine Literature 16. Mission 17. Bicycle Trip: Kyushu 18. Flash 19. I Remember You 20. Creative Writing 21. Athlete 22. A Chinese Lady 23. A Chinese Lady Vol. 2 24. A Chinese Lady Vol. 3 25. A Korean Lady 26. A Korean Lady Vol. 2 27. 14 Days 28. A Young Writer 29. 29 Years 30. Liza 31. A Chinese Lady Vol. 4 32. A Chinese Lady Vol. 5 33. University Days< Less
You are beautiful (Japanese Version) By Osamu Kamitanigawa
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Osamu Kamitanigawa was born in 1969. 1. A Japanese Boy 2. Wonderful Life 3. Africa 4. A Way of Creating New Worlds 5. Autumn 6. You are beautiful 7. Running! 8. The Essence of Business Vol.... More > 1 9. The Essence of Business Vol. 2 10. The Essence of Business Vol. 3 11. Letters 12. A Japanese Boy 2 13. Imagination 14. A Short History of English Literature 15. A Short History of Philippine Literature 16. Mission 17. Bicycle Trip: Kyushu 18. Flash 19. I Remember You 20. Creative Writing 21. Athlete 22. A Chinese Lady 23. A Chinese Lady Vol. 2 24. A Chinese Lady Vol. 3 25. A Korean Lady 26. A Korean Lady Vol. 2 27. 14 Days 28. A Young Writer 29. 29 Years 30. Liza 31. A Chinese Lady Vol. 4 32. A Chinese Lady Vol. 5 33. University Days 34. A Japanese Boy (Screenplay) 35. Street Musician 36. Bicycle 37. Nagasaki 38. Thanks! 39. You are beautiful (Japanese Version) 40. A Japanese Boy (Japanese Version) 41. Morning Cup 42. 16 43. π< Less
Nihon-shinshinto-shi - The History of the shinshinto Era of Japanese Swords By Markus Sesko
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I now complete the series with the „Nihon-shinshinto-shi“, the history of the shinshinto era of Japanese swords, starting from Suishinshi Masahide´s initiation of a new trend around... More > An´ei (1772-1781) to the ban on swords issued by the Meiji government in 1876. As with the „Nihon-koto-shi“ and the „Nihon-shinto-shi“, the reader should be able to grasp a coherent picture of the backgrounds and scholastic activities around the Japanese sword at the end of the feudal era. Finally, the time scale must not be overlooked: The „Nihon-koto-shi“ had to deal with roughly 800 years, from the Nara to the end of the Muromachi period, and the „Nihon-shinto-shi“ comprised „just“ about 200 years, whereas the shinshinto era lasted only about a century.< Less
Nihon-shinto-shi - The History of the shinto Era of Japanese Swords By Markus Sesko
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This book should bring the reader more near to the no less interesting era of the „New Sword“, the shinto. With the transition to the peaceful Edo period, the Japanese sword experienced... More > considerable changes which are briefly touched in some other sword publications. This book now tries to present the historical and scholastic changes of the shinto in a comprehensive manner. The reader should get an idea about the activities of the Edo-period swordsmiths in all the provinces and how – if at all – they were connected in terms of school or workmanship. The classification based on the traditional gokaden is no longer applicable in shinto times and so a more geographical processing suggests itself. In the beginning we have the large sword centres of Kyoto, Osaka and Edo. Subsequently, all other provinces follow, arranged according to their „significance“ in the sword world and in context with each other to avoid as much as possible big geographical and theoretical jumps.< Less
The History of Camp Tracy: Japanese WWII POWs and the Future of Strategic Interrogation By Alexander Corbin
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The United States' Global War on Terrorism is in its sixth year with no end in sight. Intelligence-gathering is crucial to the successful prosecution of this struggle. These days, though, the mere... More > mentioning of detention and interrogation evokes scandalous and degrading images. So we have the dilemma of determining how the United States can successfully obtain necessary information from a foreign and hostile enemy without alienating its own citizenry and the international community. Part of the resolution to that dilemma may lie right here. In his graphic account of Camp Tracy, US Army Major Alexander D. Corbin looks back at a time when the United States fought and won against an enemy that was profoundly different from Americans in appearance, culture, and religion. His in-depth analysis illustrates many parallels between this past enemy and today's adversaries. It argues convincingly that the successful tactics and techniques of the past can still be applied today and in the future.< Less