Results for 'Okura Seishin Bunka Kenkyujo'

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  1. Nihon No Seishin Bunka =.Masako Miyagawa - 2010 - Bungeisha.
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  2. Nihon No Seishin Bunka: Bushidō.Masako Miyagawa - 2008 - Kaisei Shuppan.
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  3. Toyo Bunka No Shinso Shinrigaku to Rinrigaku No Aida.Yasuo Yuasa - 1982 - Meicho Kankokai.
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  4. Seishin No Rekishi: Kindai Nihon Ni Okeru Futatsu No Gengoron.Kio Tanaka - 2009 - Yūshisha.
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  5. Seishin No Hakken.Takeshi Umehara - 1983
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  6. Nihon Seishin No Kenkyū: Jinkaku o Takamete Ikiru = a Study of the Japanese Spirit.Masahiro Yasuoka - 2005 - Chichi Shuppansha.
  7. "Bunka" No Shisō: Gendai Nihon No Ichi Kara.Kin'ya Nishi - 2012 - Shunpūsha.
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  8. Jukyåo Seishin to Gendai.Takehiko Okada - 1994
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    Effects of Exercise Program Requiring Attention, Memory and Imitation on Cognitive Function in Elderly Persons.Shigematsu Ryosuke, Okura Tomohiro, Nakagaichi Masaki & Nakata Yoshio - 2015 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
  10. Bunka.David Buist - 2006 - Theory, Culture and Society 23 (2-3):366-368.
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  11. Bunka to Shukyo.Kumataro Kawada - 1979 - Daisan Bummei Sha.
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  12. Kåowa Bunka.Keiji Nishitani - 1991
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  13. Kinsei Shoseki Bunka Kō: Kokugaku No Hitobito to Sono Chojutsu.Kazunori Takakura - 2009 - Izumi Shoin.
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  14. Nihon to Toyo Bunka.Shunpei Ueyama & Takeshi Umehara - 1969 - Shinchosha.
     
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  15. Jigoku No Shiso Nihon Seishin No Ichikeifu.Takeshi Umehara - 1967 - Chuo Koron Sha.
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  16. Kinsei Nihon No Hihanteki Seishin.Hajime Nakamura - 1998
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    Seiyū Roku: On Oil Manufacturing. Ōkura Nagatsune, Eiko Ariga, Carter Litchfield.Robert P. Multhauf - 1978 - Isis 69 (2):311-311.
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  18. Shukyo to Bunka.Keiji Nishitani - 1969 - Kokusai Nihon Kenkyujo.
  19. A Study on the Origins of ^|^Ldquo;Bunka^|^Rdquo; and ^|^Ldquo;Sports^|^Rdquo; in Modern Japan.Koshi Suzuki - 1999 - Journal of the Philosophy of Sport and Physical Education 21 (1):9-29.
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    Review Of: Nakamaki Hirochika, Ed., Kamigami No Sōkoku: Bunka Sesshoku to Dochakushugi. [REVIEW]Tadaatsu Tajima - 1988 - Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 15 (2-3).
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  21. Nishida Kitarō to Meiji No Seishin.Katsuhito Inoue - 2011 - Kansai Daigaku Shuppanbu.
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  22. Kinsei No Kokugaku Shisō to Chōnin Bunka.Eiichi Matsushima - 2010 - Meicho Kankōkai.
  23. Seiji Shisō No Dessan: Shisō to Bunka No Aida.Hisakazu Nakamichi - 2006 - Mineruba Shobō.
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  24. Yoshino Hiroko Zenshū.Hiroko Yoshino - 2007 - Jinbun Shoin.
    dai 1-kan. Ōgi ; Matsuri no genri -- dai 2-kan. Nihon kodai jujutsu ; Kakusareta kamigami -- dai 3-kan. Inʼyō gogyō shisō kara mita Nihon no matsuri -- dai 4-kan. Hebi ; Kitsune -- dai 5-kan. Nihonjin no shiseikan ; Inʼyō gogyō to Nihon no minzoku -- dai 6-kan. Eki to Nihon no saishi ; Inʼyō gogyō to jidō saishi -- dai 7-kan. Daijōsai ; Jitō Tennō -- dai 8-kan. Yama no kami ; Kamigami no tanjō -- dai 9-kan. Gogyō (...)
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    New Trends in Japanese Popular Culture.Tetsuo Kogawa - 1985 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 1985 (64):147-152.
    ‘Popular culture’ has two Japanese translations: taishu bunka and minshu bunka. Bunka embraces the entire concept of ‘culture,’ but ‘popular’ isn't so easily translated. Taishu means a large number (tai) of population or groups (shu), while minshu means groups (shu) of ordinary people (min). Thus, minshu bunka is a more faithful translation of 'popular culture’ than taishu bunka. Yet, the expression minshu bunka does not occur as frequently as taishu bunka. This means that, (...)
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