“Japanese History Makers” Digital Book with English-Japanese Audio
Find Out about Japanese Spirit through Legendary Heroes
Covering ancient to modern times, this is a series of portraits of figures, who have carried out historical accomplishments. This series covers not only famous individuals, but also less well-known people or animals that nevertheless made a deep impression on the Japanese people. Through these personalities, you can learn about the Japanese spirit, value system and way of thinking. The individuals featured appeared in Hiragana Times between July 2010 to December 2011 issues.
This book contains 18 stories.
[Included History Makers]
IBUKA Masaru / INOU Tadataka / TAUCHI Chizuko / Children’s Congress of Taito Ward, Tokyo / Taro & Jiro / YAMAMOTO Isoroku / UMEYA Shoukichi / Oichi / The Three Sisters of Asai / NAGASHIMA Shigeo / TEZUKA Osamu / “Japanese Women Who Protested Against Nuclear ombs” / Ooshima Villagers, Kushimoto Town, Wakayama Prefecture / Sir Rutherford ALCOCK KCB / AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke / Shinran / NAMIKI Michiko / TAIRA no Kiyomori
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* A part of audio is available on the sample pages.
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File size: 72 MB
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You can hear the audio
by clicking “Audio” in the texts.
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