@MOrtabasi Are you referring to this book? #柳田國男
Creator 松岡国男 著[et al.]
Publication Date 明34.7
Series Name 世界歴史譚 ; 第25編
National Diet Library Digital Collections
@Iwanamishoten 【英訳】 Life is like a box of matches: it is silly to treat it seriously but it is dangerous not to treat it seriously.
Akutagawa Ryunosuke's Journey https://t.co/FIO5qjotSh 85ページ本文3行目 https://t.co/AuGiNTJne5
A world map created in the Edo period by the Rekikyoku, a division of the Edo shogunate. It places Japan at the center of the western part and has a Kyoto-centered hemispherical map. #ndldigital https://t.co/ZzFphdF5WL https://t.co/HboPxW3X3I
#TaleofTheHeike is a story about the rise and fall of the Taira Family ( #Heike ) . This book was rewritten for children, highlighting the Taira-Minamoto War (1180-1185) . Look at these elegant illustrations by #KomuraSettai . #ndldigital https://t.co/VqxU2eIErO https://t.co/Zx5LHwxgXK
This book published in 1930 gives you a detailed explanation of how to draw a #manga.
The author is manga artist Okamoto Ippei, father of the world-famous artist #OkamotoTaro. https://t.co/tZNEcQ0K9D https://t.co/kGShzz5a7F
Portions of the Man’yoshu had been translated into French, German, and English by the start of the Meiji era. Let's have a closer look at some of the earliest foreign works that make reference to the Man’yoshu.
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The last three haiku poems of Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902), poet and critic, who died young of tuberculosis. He was a pioneer of haiku reform, leading to modern haiku. #ndldigital https://t.co/Jfnn20pjIX https://t.co/iOfEa7d1JW
The NDL holds a great number of documents comprising the personal papers of politicians, high-ranking officials, and military officers dating back as far as the closing days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. #japanesestudies
Blooming Chrysanthemum flowers. Chiyoda no Ooku is a collection of works by Hashimoto Chikanobu depicting annual events and the lives of the ladies in the inner palace (#Ooku) of Edo Castle. #ndldigital https://t.co/ZjT6FewaVI https://t.co/VsceBl7pPe
You can see the unique appearance of peddlers and entertainers who came and went in #Edo, with a book written by a famous author in the Edo period #KyokuteiBakin. #ndldigital https://t.co/byeyaZMcsx https://t.co/T5Px8ydZAg
Toranomon was the name of the city gates in the Edo period. It is now a busy place of business located in the center of Tokyo. This picture by #KobayashiKiyochika in 1880 shows us how calm and full of green Toranomon used to be. #ndldigital https://t.co/1aWmnCxD39 https://t.co/4hRMJacXx9
This calendar, featuring beautiful nishiki-e art, was specially made by a silk manufacturer as a gift for overseas customers. Take a closer look in this article: #ndldigital https://t.co/cbo3UqbLrJ https://t.co/WgZA5072jT