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Bushido: The Classic Portrait of Samurai Martial Culture
     

Bushido: The Classic Portrait of Samurai Martial Culture

by Inazo Nitobe
 

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Japanese Bushido has played a major role in shaping modern Japanese society as well as the various modern Japanese martial arts within Japan and internationally.

Bushido: The Classic Portrait of Samurai Martial Culture written by Inazo Nitobe, one of Japan's foremost scholars, thoroughly explores each of these values and explains how they

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Japanese Bushido has played a major role in shaping modern Japanese society as well as the various modern Japanese martial arts within Japan and internationally.

Bushido: The Classic Portrait of Samurai Martial Culture written by Inazo Nitobe, one of Japan's foremost scholars, thoroughly explores each of these values and explains how they differ from their western counterparts.

First published in 1905 as Bushido: The Soul of Japan, this samurai guide reveals the very essence of samurai warriors and Japanese culture and represents one of the most popular and authentic depictions of Japanese samurai philosophy.

Chapters include:

  • Bushido as an Ethical System
  • Sources of Bushido
  • Honor
  • The Education and Training of a Samurai
  • Self-Control
  • The Influence of Bushido
  • The Future of Bushido

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"A 'must' for an understanding of the soul of Japan." —Focus on Asian Studies

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780804836289
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
Publication date:
12/15/2004
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
828,365
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.40(d)

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Educator, cultural interpreter, and civil servant, Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933) was one of the earliest and most famous of the Japanese Quakers. Hoping to serve as a "bridge" between Japan and the West, he studied in the US and in Germany. Nitobe's numerous writings in English made him the best known Japanese writer in the West during his lifetime.

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