Guardate cos'ho trovato oggi, girando per una libreria di Matsumoto: un libro sugli stemmi di famiglia giapponesi (kamon) datato 28° anno del periodo Meiji (1895).
Difficilmente riesco a trovare libri del genere, perché di norma sono in pessime condizioni. Questa volta sono stata particolarmente fortunata!
Il libro però non resterà a noi, ma l'ho preso per voi: se qualcuno fosse interessato a portarsi a casa questo gioiellino, ci scriva in privato!
It's been a while since I last posted a pic. I usually refrain from saying the adjective starting with a "b" but allow me to say that I've been a bit busy with my work and studies.
Here's a part of the books I've read for the past week. (As you can see, I'm so interested in work style reforms.)
There being nothing to read, I gotta go book hunting this weekend!
“Dueling Geniuses: The Greatest Highlights of Japanese Artists” Celebrating the 120th Anniversary of KOKKA and the 130th Anniversary of The Asahi Shimbun, Dueling Geniuses, is a catalog that collects the works of great Japanese art authors. Artists like Utamaro, Sharaku, Korin, Soga Shohaku, Jakuchu, and more ...
Texts and index of titles of works in English and Japanese. With 2 fold outs.
Second hand book in very good condition. Details: there is a certain yellowish on the edges of the pages due to aging.
Softcover. Color. Printed in Japan, 2008. 267 pages. 30 cm / 11.8 in. 64,99€. Order through mail or Online Store. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING.
Book Review:“After Dark”by Haruki Murakami By Lance Abdullaev “People's memories are maybe the fuel they burn to stay alive." Have a look at our Facebook page for the full review. #AfterDark#HarukiMurakami#JapaneseBooks
Hello my dear people💕✨ So as I promised, I posted a pic featuring my Japanese materials!
If you are interested in Japanese studies then please keep on reading:
As you can see in the pic, this is the stuff I basically use (all apps/websites are FREE to use):
(from top to bottom)
1. self-made flashcards: okay, I know most people nowadays use the cool digital flashcards like anki, quizlet, etc... I sometimes use them too, but for me the old paper method is way more efficient haha. I usually make packs/decks of 150 falshcards
2. my two manga: Manga are actually useful to read and practise! However I would like to start reading some light novels as well. Btw Yotsuba is highly recommend for Japanese learners.
3. muji a5 dotted notebook aka as my grammar/ways to say things etc notebook: I love using this! It is so useful and the a5 format must be my fav! I literally write every single jlpt grammar and sentences/word combinations with exceptions in this notebook.
4. My other notebook for more grammar and sentences: So this notebook is exclusively for the "heavier/main" grammar and for practising sentences for each grammar session I studied. I make about 5 sentences a day.
5. My genkouyoushi: I actually only use this to practise kanji (hehe) :So basically I use this to practise rows and rows of different kanji
-Tsukiji: App for kanji, I use it to write it in my genkouyoushi (highly recommend)
-Obenkyou: I use it to draw and practise the correct stroke order of kanji
-Takoboto dictionary: my fav (also jisho is ok)
-Tae Kim: one of the best grammar guides
-Hinative: best way to ask native people instead of google translate
-again Tae Kim
-maggiesensei.com : amazing grammar explanations
-japanesetest4you.com : All the info you need for jlpt!!! I love it
That's it, if you have any questions, please ask me!
Oh and if you have any jlpt3 textbook recs please comment!
Cute book Bear at bookmarket yesterday 🐻📚 Im trying to learn as many Japanese words as possible so I can teach Erik Danish, Japanese and English, and @higuma_doughnuts helped me to always remember the Japanese word for 🐻 Higuma 🙌🏻😅 #ひぐま#本#にほんご#bookfair#japanesebooks#brownbear#trilingual
“Villains in Ukiyo-e Part II" Catalog of the last exhibition in the Ota Memorial Museum of Art this July of 2018, second exhibition about Villains in Ukiyo-e. Great selection of works and authors. (Kuniyoshi, Kunisada, Kyosai, Shunkō, etc.)
Softcover. Full Color. 25cm / 9.8in. Printed in Japan, 2018. New. 69,99€. Order through mail or Online Store. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING.
Il secondo volume de "Il filo rosso del destino", una raccolta di haiku composti da @annazennaroart, giornalista e artista.
Tutto prende spunto da una leggenda giapponese secondo la quale ognuno di noi è connesso ad un'altra persona tramite un filo rosso legato al mignolo della mano sinistra. Le due persone sono anime gemelle destinate ad incontrarsi e a stare insieme 😍💍 Il filo è un elemento ricorrente nella cultura giapponese quando si parla di amore e relazioni...vi ricordate la nonna di "Kimi no na wa (Your Name)" quando parla di "musubi"?
• In questo libro leggiamo di legami apparentemente leggeri ma in verità profondi nella natura, oltre che tra le persone. Per info @il.filo.rosso.del.destino_
MISHIMA & THE SEA
It was the sea that made me begin thinking secretly about love more than anything else; you know, a love worth dying for, or a love that consumes you. To a man locked up in a steel ship all the time, the sea is too much like a woman. Things like her lulls and storms, or her caprice, or the beauty of her breast reflecting the setting sun, are all obvious. More than that, you’re in a ship that mounts the sea and rides her and yet is constantly denied her. It’s the old saw about miles and miles of lovely water and you can’t quench your thirst. Nature surrounds a sailor with all these elements so like a woman and yet he is kept as far as a man can be from her warm, living body. That’s where the problem begins, right there—I’m sure of it.
Yukio Mishima, The Sailor Who Fell from Grace With the Sea
Foto: 2nd stop in Ondarroa, Spain 2018