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Japan and America today
Institute of Pacific Relations. Conference on Japanese-American Relations
by Published for the American Institute of Pacific Relations by Stanford U.P. in Stanford, Cal
Written in English
|Statement||by Edwin O. Reischauer and others :|
|Contributions||Reischauer, Edwin O. 1910-|
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My Life between Japan and America is a dated, but still interesting autobiography of Professor Edwin O. Reischauer.
Professor Reischauer was born in Japan to missionary parents. He went on to become a distinguished professor at Harvard of Asian Studies, but more important for the reader, he was America’s ambassador to Japan in the early s/5(8).
There are more t American alumni of the Japanese government-sponsored Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) program, including nearly JET program alumni working at the Department of State.
The Fulbright program in Japan has sent nearly 7, young Japanese on Fulbright scholarships to the United States since In “Daughters of the Samurai,” Janice Nimura tells the true story of three young Japanese women who came to late 19th-century America, and how they helped develop understanding between Japan.
This devastating book is author Marie Mutsuki Mockett’s firsthand account of her pilgrimage from the United States back to Japan to connect with family following the earthquake and tsunami.
Mutsuki Mockett’s family owned a Buddhist temple 25 miles from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Seeking meaning after her American father’s passing and the death of her grandfather Author: Lucy Dayman.
Japanamerica is the first book that directly addresses the American experience with the Japanese pop phenomenon, covering everything from Hayao Miyazaki's epics, the burgeoning world of hentai, or violent pornographic anime, and Puffy Amiyumi, whose exploits are broadcast daily on the Cartoon Network, to literary novelist Haruki Murakami, and.
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Japanese literature has a long and illustrious history, with its most famous classic, The Tale of Genji, dating back to the 11th century. Often dark but full of humor, Japanese literature showcases the idiosyncrasies of such a culturally driven nation.
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A Geek in Japan is a great introduction to Japanese culture including a brief history of the country that explains that the Japanese are so different because they were isolated from the rest of the world for centuries. The book covers both traditional culture such as sumo and tea ceremonies as well as modern Japanese business and youth culture.
The surprise attack by Japanese naval forces on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7,has been described and analyzed by dozens of books and depicted in several movies, almost all from the American perspective. The book Japan Countdown to Infamy by Tokyo native Eri Hotta, who was educated in Japan, the U.S., and the U.K, gives the other side /5().
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There’s a bit of Philip K Dick in here, and Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, but Peter Tieryas is his own voice, a talented author, somebody to keep an eye on for sure.” – Richard Thomas, author of Breaker and Disintegration “A searing vision of the persistence of hope in the face of Brand: Watkins Media.
Der Nachfolger dieses Buches ist "Japanese For Everyone". Ich tat mich jedoch mit "Japanese For Today" leichter, da es meines Erachtens übersichtlicher gestaltet ist und durch das ganze Buch hindurch über den Kanji die Aussprache in Hiragana angeführt ist.
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I still remember her telling the class, 17 years ago, about the importance of Japan's war history and making the point that many of today's geopolitical tensions stem from what happened then.
The fact that Japan was trying to rape and pillage America does not give us the right to imprison our own citizens of Japanese descent. As for Disney, he was a great cartoonist and had many good qualities as a human being, but he was also a racist SOB. he is on record as being very anti-Semitic and to the best of my knowledge they have never tried to bomb us.
The best-seller helped pave the way for a host of Japanese novels, biographies and other books on subjects from Japanese military history to poetry being published in America.
Top 10 books about Japan Taking in folklore, history and the world’s first novel, here is some of the best reading about an endlessly inventive country. Christopher Harding. Garcia explains what makes Japan different by looking at every expect of its culture, from the origins of manga to martial arts, the language, Zen meditation, the overall history of the country and how it stands today.
Split into sections with lots of great photography, timelines and fact boxes, this book is great to skip around. You can read.