Meihō Nihon Arupusu (Japanese Edition) ePub download
by Shirō Shirahata
- ISBN: 4635546101
- ISBN13: 978-4635546102
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- Language: Japanese
- Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
- Publisher: Yama to Keikokusha, Shōwa 57 
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Ichiki Shirō (市来 四郎, January 29, 1828 – February 12, 1903) was a pioneering Japanese photographer. Ichiki was born in Satsuma Province (now Kagoshima Prefecture) in Kyūshū on 24 December 1828
Ichiki Shirō (市来 四郎, January 29, 1828 – February 12, 1903) was a pioneering Japanese photographer. Ichiki was born in Satsuma Province (now Kagoshima Prefecture) in Kyūshū on 24 December 1828. He excelled in the study of topics related to gunpowder production in the Takashima-ryū school of gunnery. This talent was recognized by Shimazu Nariakira, the daimyō of Satsuma, who selected Ichiki to be one of his personal retainers.
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Shiro Shirahata was born in 1933 in Ohtsuk-Shi, Yamanashi-Ken, Japan. Shirahata helped organize the Nipon Alpine Photographer's Association in 1967.
Shiro Shirahata was born in 1933 in Ohtsuk-Shi, Yamanashi-Ken, Japan. Shirahata served an apprenticeship under photographer Koyo Okada from 1951 to 1956. He has been a freelance photographer since 1958. The photographer's main area of interest is photography of mountains, primarily Japanese and the European Alps; in 1980s he was working on the Himalayas. PUBLICATIONS Monographs: The North Japan Alps, 1980 (Yama-Kei Pubs.
Amakusa Shirō (天草 四郎, c. 1621? – 28 February 1638 (aged 17)), also known as Amakusa Shirō Tokisada (天草四郎時貞), often romanized as Shirou, led the Shimabara Rebellion. 1621? – 28 February 1638 (aged 17)), also known as Amakusa Shirō Tokisada (天草四郎時貞), often romanized as Shirou, led the Shimabara Rebellion, an uprising of Japanese Roman Catholics against the Shogunate. They were defeated, and Shirō was executed at the age of 17. His head was displayed on a pike near Nagasaki as a warning to Christians. Since the late 20th century, he has been featured in popular culture as a character in numerous manga, anime, and video games.
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ISBN 13: 9784081950164.
Series: Meihō Nihon no bijutsu. Tankobon Hardcover: 151 pages.
by. Hiroshi Matsuki (Author). Series: Meihō Nihon no bijutsu. ISBN-13: 978-4093750233.