Descending Stories Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju 5

"Time, which had stopped for Kikuhiko and Sukeroku, begins to move again at last.

Descending Stories  Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju 5

Author: Haruko Kumota

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ISBN: 9781632365439

Page: 152

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"Time, which had stopped for Kikuhiko and Sukeroku, begins to move again at last. Sukeroku retakes his place on stage, and the warmth of the audience's love reminds him of what it means to be a storyteller. The stage is set for his triumphant return to Tokyo with Kikuhiko, and there, together, they can build the future of rakugo they've been dreaming of. But before they can, a ghost from both Kikuhiko and Sukeroku's past returns, threatening to drag them both under."--Publisher description.

Descending Stories

Descending Stories 5 KODANSHA COMICS Digital Edition Descending Stories: Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju volume 5 copyright (C) 2014 Haruko Kumota English ...

Descending Stories

Author: Haruko Kumota

Publisher: Kodansha Comics

ISBN: 1642120871

Page: 160

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A NEW ERA Time, which had stopped for Kikuhiko and Sukeroku, begins to move again at last. Sukeroku retakes his place on stage, and the warmth of the audience's love reminds him of what it means to be a storyteller. The stage is set for his triumphant return to Tokyo with Kikuhiko, and there, together, they can build the future of rakugo they've been dreaming of. But before they can, a ghost from both Kikuhiko and Sukeroku's past returns, threatening to drag them both under...The story of Kikuhiko, Sukeroku, and Miyokichi reaches its final act!

Japanese Philosophers on Society and Culture

Chapter 5 Kuki's Hermeneutic Approach to the Floating World Iki as the Living ... the manga Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū (Descending Stories: Showa Genroku ...

Japanese Philosophers on Society and Culture

Author: Graham Mayeda

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 149857209X

Page: 298

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In every part of the world and in every era, philosophers have reflected on the meaning of culture and its philosophical significance. Japanese Philosophers on Society and Culture:Nishida Kitarō, Watsuji Tetsurō, and Kuki Shūzō explores how three of Japan's preeminent philosophers of the twentieth century—Nishida Kitarō, Watsuji Tetsurō and Kuki Shūzō—defined culture and analyzed what it tells us about social relations. Graham Mayeda also explores little-known aspects of the work of each philosopher, including a philosophical analysis of Watsuji's travel diary, Pilgrimages to the Ancient Temples in Nara, the place of intuition in Kuki's ethics of otherness, and the role of culture in realizing Nishida's concept of reality as the historical world. Each of these three philosophers adapted philosophical methodologies such as phenomenology, hermeneutics, and dialectical logic to studying the traditional sources of Japanese culture: Confucianism, Buddhism, Bushidō and Shintō. This book focuses on the way that Nishida, Watsuji and Kuki critiqued the methodologies that they adopted from European philosophy and modified them to reflect the values that form the basis of their own cultural tradition. Finally, Mayeda engages with the problem of cultural essentialism by identifying the progressive and conservative elements of each philosopher's characterization of Japanese culture.