2 edition of Kirishitan bunko found in the catalog.
Title and author"s name also in Japanese.
|Series||Monumenta Nipponica monographs|
|LC Classifications||Z7838.M6 L38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 344 p.|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||50047693|
Beyond the French original, there are other four extant copies: one in Rome (Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu), one in London (British Library), and two in Japan – Sophia University’s Kirishitan Bunko and at the Tōyō Bunko. There is a Japanese translation, which was published in Anthony Bunko spills the beans of what goes on in the two-faced world of BMWs, smart suits, flip charts and ever changing buzz words, while trying to cope with his mid-life crisis. "When I landed my dream job I thought it would mean a life of travelling to exotic places, meeting interesting people and making lots of money.
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Kirishitan Bunko Library Laures Rare Book Database and Virtual Library. Online Resources. Sophia Central Library. Moodle (eLearning / Course Management System) Handbook for Foreign Students. Sophia Network. Outside Links. Members of the GPGS play key roles in these organizations: Asian Studies Conference Japan. Anthropology of Japan in Japan. The Laures Rare Book Database Project & Virtual Library is unique to Sophia University. The purpose of the database is to make rare books and texts available electronically for the first time from a fully revised and updated version. The rarest is the Kirishitan Bunko and there are three separate editions, Kirishitan Bunko.
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Get this from a library. Kirishitan bunko = Kirishitan bunko: a manual of books and documents on the early Christian missions in Japan, with special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tōkyō, with an appendix of ancient maps of the Far East, especially Japan.
[Johannes Laures]. Genre/Form: Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laures, Johannes, Supplement to Kirishitan bunko. Tōkyō: Sophia University.
Kirishitan Bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Mission Kirishitan bunko book Japan [Laures, Johannes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kirishitan Bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Mission in JapanAuthor: Johannes Laures.
Kirishitan Bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Mission in Japan. With Special Reference to the Principal Libraries in Japan and More Particularly to the Collection at Sophia University, Tokyo.
[Johannes Laures] on. The Laures Kirishitan Bunko Database is a highly useful resource including digitized versions of Johannes Laures’s Kirishitan Bunko (first published in ), copious bibliographical information on some texts, extensive descriptions of those texts, cross-references to modern day research and reprints, and image files for some of the.
"Bunko", continue le P. Laures, "literally means a store of documents or writings and is, more or less, an equivalent for library, archives, or also bibliography. Hence Kirishitan Bunko is a bibliography (collection) of Kirishitan literature, i. of documents (books, articles, manuscripts) relating to the Christian missions from their.
1) J. Laures, Kirishitan Bunko, A Mantal of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Missions in Japan, Toky6, ; Shanghai, (facsimile Kirishitan bunko book.
2) J. Laures, Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko, T6ky6, In Japan, bunkobon (文庫本) are small-format paperback books, designed to be affordable and space saving. The great majority of bunkobon are A6 (×mm or "×") in size.
They are sometimes illustrated and (like other Japanese paperbacks) usually have a dust wrapper over a plain cover.
They are used for similar purposes as Western mass market paperbacks:. Offers a study of the Japanese hidden Christians and the development of their faith and rituals from the 16th century to the present day.
The Kakure Kirishitan are the descendants of the communities who maintained the Christian faith in Japan as an underground church during the time of persecution, and then chose to remain separate from the Catholic Church when religious5/5.
The third international workshop was held at the Kirishitan Bunko Library of Sophia University in Tokyo from OctoberTo see a list of the Senior and Junior Scholars who participated, click a flyer about the workshop, click here.
8 See the introductory page of Johannes Laures, Kirishitan Bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Mission in Japan, with Special Reference to the Principal Libraries in Japan and More Particularly to the Collection at Sophia University, Tokyo (Tokyo: Sophia University, rev.and rev.
).Cited by: 2. First major study in English of the Japanese 'hidden' Christians - the Kakure Kirishitan, who chose to remain separate from the Catholic Church when religious toleration was granted in - and the development of the faith and rituals from the 16th century to the present day.5/5(1).
Resource: Laures Kirishitan Bunko Database Posted on April 4, by Paula For those interested in the premodern and/or the history Christianity and its connections to Japan, Sophia University in Tokyo has a fascinating database that’s worth looking into.
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Stub This article has been rated as Stub-Class on the project's quality scale. Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance. The Japanese and the Jesuitsexamines the attempt by sixteenth-century Jesuits to convert Japan to Christianity.
Directing the Jesuits was the Italian Alessandro Valignano, whose own magisterial writings, many of them not previously translated or published, are the principal source material for this account of one of the most remarkable of all meetings between East and West.
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7–8; K. Matsuda, ‘The Reception and Spread of Dodonaeus’ Author: Christopher Joby, Christopher Joby. Johannes Laures, Kirishitan bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Chris- tian Missions in Japan, 3rd edition (T okyo: Sophia University, ), no.
16 (12), 51– An. Paperback Bunko. Condition: Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Aozora Bunko (青空文庫, literally the "Blue Sky Library", also known as the "Open Air Library") is a Japanese digital library.
This online collection encompasses several thousands of works of Japanese-language fiction and non-fiction. These include out-of-copyright books or works that the authors wish to make freely available. Main Research Areas: Administration to Archaeology.
Discussed below are some of the principle subjects in the study of the Jesuits in Japan. Regarding the well-known accommodation policy of Alessandro Valignano, a key player in the mission, an increasing number of publications complemented Schütte’s seminal volumes, which only cover the years up to 39.
The database is divided into three main sections for visitors, Essays (hypertext of Laures’ Kirishitan Bunko), Sources (bibliographic data, maps, maps, images, manuscripts, and other objects), and Texts (images of manuscripts and transcribed texts).
These categories can be at times a little opaque, but more useful, I think is that all of the.Kagerou Bunko (ABAJ, ILAB) Overall near fine.
Comes with 12 page loose essay in Japanese and English and with original card book-box. Book-box with a few small marks and dents, but overall near fine. x 19 cm, book-box measures x 26 cm. Number of a limited edition of copies.
Kirishitan Kenkyushi Kaiko. Shinmura, Izuru. The Jesuits’ Japanese prints are among the rarest books in the world, and they are very hard to find, even if they are catalogued. It’s a bit like finding another exemplar of the Blue Mauritius, or, for the younger generations, a Legendary Pokémon in your mom’s kitchen.
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