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Japan and the West: The First 500 Years // Japanese History Documentary (1298 - 1854)

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  • Japan and the West: The First 500 Years // Japanese History Documentary

    1:4:47

    06:57 Marco Polo and the Land of Endless Gold (1298)
    11:15 First Contact (1543)
    16:04 Arrival of the One God
    21:03 The English Arrive (1604)
    28:04 Japanese Travellers (1614)
    32:50 A Closed Country? (1639)
    37:26 The Dutch Take Advantage
    41:06 Studying the West (1709)
    47:06 Russia (1791)
    50:57 The Napoleonic Conflict Reaches Japan (1808)
    56:09 Planning for When

    Written by Thomas Lockley
    Edited, script edited and narrated by David Kelly
    Art by Matthew Cartwright
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    Citations and sources:

    Aizawa Seishisai: H. Paul Varley (2000). Japanese Culture, 4th Edition. University of Hawai'i Press; Updated and Exp edition (2000).

    The Travels of Marco Polo (1298)

    Tanegashima: The Arrival of Europe in Japan
    Olof G. Lidin
    NIAS Press, 2002

    The life and letters of St. Francis Xavier
    by Coleridge, Henry James, 1822-1893

    Toyotomi Hideyoshi quote: Japan: A Documentary History: The Dawn of History to the Late Tokugawa Period, edited by David J. Lu (Armonk, New York:
    M. E. Sharpe, 1997) pg 196-197

    Memorials of the Empire of Japon in the xvi and xvii Centuries, ed. with notes by T. Rundell. London: Hakluyt Society. 1850.
    Part II. The Letters of William Adams 1611 to 1617. Pages 17 – 88

    Japanese travellers in sixteenth-century Europe. A dialogue concerning the mission of the Japanese ambassadors to the Roman curia (1590). Edited by Derek Massarella and translated by J. F. Moran. (The Hakluyt Society. Ser. 3, 25.) Colloquium IX

    Anthony Farrington
    The English Factory in Japan, 1613-1623

    The Invention of Religion in Japan
    Jason Ananda Josephson Storm
    University of Chicago Press, Oct 3, 2012
    (Quotes from extract of Arai Hakuseki, Tidings from the West)

    Japanese Journal of American Studies, No. 2 1985, Japanese Interpretation of the American Revolution (Tadashi Aruga) pg. 6

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  • The History of Japan - Every Year

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    The Japanese history dates back to the Paleolithic period when first people arrived on these lands. According to legend, the first Emperor Jimmu reigned in Japan in 660 BC, but, in fact, history of the Japanese state began in the 3th-4th centuries. City of Heian (Kyoto) became the capital in 794 year.

    This video will show the whole chronology of Japanese history on the map from Yamato and first samurai governments (shogunate) to the Meiji Restoration, Empire and modern Japan (every year)

    Music:
    1. Lost (Soundtrack from A Light in the Dark)
    2. Land Of The Rising Sun (Soundtrack from Hearts of Iron III)
    3. Seen (Soundtrack from A Light in the Dark)
    4. Fought (Soundtrack from A Light in the Dark)
    5. Empire Of The Sun (Soundtrack from Hearts of Iron IV)

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  • The Seeds We Sow Documentary movie of Takachiho, Miyazaki Pref. of Japan

    35:09

    This is a documentary movie about the people engaging in agriculture in Takachiho, Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan. It focuses on not only the rejoice of life in Takachiho, but some issues to be solved as well.

    Production: Takachiho Town
    Film・Edit : MoveEmotions Inc.

    GIAHS Takachihogo-Shiibayama Official Website


    Approximately 92% of the site in forest that is mostly on sloped land, and despite these harsh conditions, people have been carrying out a composite system of agricultural forestry to sustain their lifestyles while striking a balance between conservation and the effective utilization of the forest.

    The workings of this system have fostered the conservation of rare plants and animals that inhabit the forest and farms, beautiful landscapes that include sloping mountains covered in rice terraces, as well as traditional culture such as the religious performance known as Kagura, which brings the mythology and folklore of ancient Japan into modern times.

    This composite system of agricultural forestry has been evaluated as a globally important traditional system and was certified as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System (GIAHS) in December 2015.

    GIAHS (Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems) are sites in which culturally important and traditional forms of agriculture, forestry, and fishing (agricultural, forestry, and fishery systems) are carried out. These sites are evaluated and certified by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and under this system, there are currently (as of February 2020) 52 recognized sites in 21 countries worldwide, with 11 of those sites located in Japan.

  • American Perspective on First Contact With Japan // Perrys Expedition // Primary Source

    14:31

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    This is the American perspective as it was partially related by Commodore Perry of the initial days of his 'opening' of Japan in 1853.

    Extract taken from Robert Tomes, The Americans in Japan: An Abridgement of the Government Narrative of the U.S. Expedition (New York: D. Appleton & Co, 1857)

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    Thanks to:

    David Rumsey Map Collection, David Rumsey Map Center, Stanford Libraries
    British Library
    British Museum Collection
    Pratyeka

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  • What the Ancients Knew: The Japanese

    49:34

    Japan, an island group roughly 120 million people strong, is one of the largest economic powers in the world today. In the eyes of history, Japan’s economic success happened overnight and yet it didn’t come out of the blue. Cultivating an ancient legacy, modern Japan continues to hold on to its past. And while today many of the ancient crafts are struggling to survive, they provide the foundation for modern Japan’s technological success. What the Ancient Japanese knew helps explain the industrial marvel of one of the largest economic powers in the world.


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  • Why did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?

    3:15

    The Attack on Pearl Harbor is famous for being one of the worst decisions in history when looking at what happened to Japan afterwards. So given the outcome. Why did Japan do it? Why did Japan bomb Pearl Harbor? To find out watch this short and simple animated history documentary.


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  • First Japanese Visitor to US + Europe Describes Birth of Modern Japan

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    Here we have the final part of our Fukuzawa Yukichi epic, dealing with the fallout with Britain after the Namamugi Incident, Fukuzawa's second trip to the USA, and the turmoil of the Meiji Restoration.

    Extract from The Autobiography of Fukuzawa Yukichi translated by Eiichi Kiyooka, 1934 edition.

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  • In Search Of History - Ancient Inventions

    1:29:18

    Narrated by David Ackroyd

    The Nazca lines in Peru stretch for miles, forming perfect images of animals visible only from the air. Immense and precise, the pyramids remain among mankind's greatest accomplishments, and experts still debate how they were built. Span the globe in this riveting look at the most incredible accomplishments of the ancient world achievements that rival and even surpass those of today. From the secret formula of Damascus steel which helped drive the Crusaders from the Holy Land to the computer from Ancient Greece, probe the origins of these incredible inventions. Take to the skies in a balloon made from a design 1,000 years old, and join scientists, engineers and historians as they probe the mysteries of ancient devices that cannot be replicated today! And examine the extraordinary innovations of Leonardo Da Vinci, whose drawings included designs for a tank, machine, gun, helicopter and parachute!

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  • Japanese Castaway Gives First Description of USA // Incredible Story of John Manjiro

    21:59

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    Extracts taken from Drifting Toward the Southeast: The Story of Five Japanese Castaways : a Complete Translation of Hyoson Kiryaku (a Brief Account of Drifting Toward the Southeast) as Told to the Court of Lord Yamauchi of Tosa in 1852 by John Manjiro
    Translated by: Junya Nagakuni and Junji Kitadai
    (Spinner Publications, 2003)



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    Thanks to Matthew Cartwright for his work on the images of the boat in the ocean, the men arriving on the island and Manjiro in the Gold Rush.

    Thanks to The Rosenbach, Philadelphia, Manjiro Exhibition for the use of images 3, 4, 23, 24, and 25 in their collection from the manuscript of Hyoson Kiryaku.

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  • The First Crusade - full documentary

    1:15:18

    RCH's classic documentary on the First Crusade revised and updated. From the Battle of Dorylaeum to the Siege of Antioch, to the taking of Jerusalem, the First Crusade greatly impacted the medieval world, and essentially launched the broader Crusades movement. Bohemond, Godfrey of Bouillon, Tancred, and other important figures appear in all their glory.

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    Sources:
    -Anna Comnena - The Alexiad, trans. E.R.A Sewter, (Penguin, 1969)
    -Asbridge, Thomas - The First Crusade: A New History, (Oxford, 2004)
    -Fulcher of Chartres - A History of the Expedition to Jerusalem, 1095-1127, trans. Frances Rita Ryan, (University of Tennessee Press, 1973)
    -Hill, John and Laurita - Raymond IV, Count of Toulouse, (Syracuse University, 1962)
    -Ibn al-Athir - The Chronicle of Ibn al-Athir for the Crusading Period, Part 1, trans. D.S. Richards (Ashgate, 2005)
    -Ibn al-Qalanisi - The Damascus Chronicle of the Crusades, trans. H.A.R. Gibb, (Dover, 2002)
    -Lack, Katherine - The Conqueror’s Son: Duke Robert Curthose, Thwarted King, (Sutton, 2007)
    -Madden, Thomas - The New Concise History of the Crusades, (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2006)
    -Peters, Edward - The First Crusade: Fulcher of Chartres and Other Sources Materials, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998)
    -Ralph of Caen - The Gesta Tancredi, trans. Bernard S. Bachrach and David S. Bachrach, (Ashgate, 2010)
    -Riley-Smith, Jonathan - The Crusades: A History, (Yale University Press, 2005)
    -Riley-Smith, Jonathan - The First Crusaders, 1095-1131, (Cambridge, 2002)
    -Robert the Monk - History of the First Crusade, trans. Carol Sweetenham, (Ashgate, 2006)
    -Smail, R.C. - Crusader Warfare, 1097-1193, (Cambridge, 1995)
    -Tyerman, Christopher - God’s War, (Harvard University Press, 2006)

    #MedievalHistory #CrusadesHistory #FirstCrusade

  • Japanese Traveler Describes Journey Across Iran and Ancient Persian Sites // Yenaga Toyokichi

    10:35

    Many thanks to Seyed Benyamin Keshavarz (Baron Benyamin aka Getsugawa Yuzuru) for this translation, taken from:
    The trip to Iran and the Asia Minor : The travels of Toyokichi YENĀGĀ (1899)

    Video narrated and edited by David Kelly.

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  • The First War To Be Photographed | Crimean War | Timeline

    50:06

    The bloody conflict that pitted Russia against a large European coalition is shown here to be part of a chain of long-held antagonisms that continue to this day.

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  • The Art of War by Sun Tzu // Ancient Chinese Primary Source

    26:01

    Here we have extracts from Sun Tzu's ancient classic, still relevant today.

    Translated by Lionel Giles.

    Huge thanks to Antony Cummins for the use of his images from his version of the text, and for his choice of extracts for this video.

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  • First Japanese Visitor to USA Describes American Life // 1860 Tokugawa Embassy // Primary Source

    17:32

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    Here we have an extract from the autobiography of Fukuzawa Yukichi, famed Japanese reformer and a member of the first Japanese embassy to The United States after 200+ years of isolation.

    Extract from The Autobiography of Fukuzawa Yukichi translated by Eiichi Kiyooka, 1934 edition.

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  • استعدوا للزعيم الجديد .. وثائقي كيف تعمل الصين للسيطرة على العالم

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  • Japanese and European Accounts of Yasuke: African Samurai // 16th cent. Primary Sources

    12:16

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    Huge thanks to Thomas Lockley for his help with the sources. Check out his definitive book on the subject:

    Excerpts from:
    Thomas Lockley,
    They Came to Japan: An Anthology of European Reports on Japan, 1543-1640. Michael Cooper
    The chronicle of Lord Nobunaga by Ota Gyuichi translated and edited by J.S.A. Elisonas and J.P. Lamers.

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  • The History of the Seattle Mariners: Supercut Edition

    3:40:07

    A note from Jon: Alex and I have decided to slap all six parts of The History of the Seattle Mariners into one big 3-hour-40 minute cut, and we're now listing it publicly so you can watch it on your TV. It's totally free to watch, of course, but if you really want to get rid of some dough, check out our Mariners poster that was inspired by this series! It's $12, and it's only available through the end of September:

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  • William the Conquerors Speech at Hastings // Be Ye The Avengers of Noble Blood

    5:10

    In 1066 Norman Duke William The Bastard invades England with the full might of his army, loaded onto a vast armada of longships. King Harald Hardrada of Norway had already tried to do the same a few weeks earlier, losing his life in the gamble, to the new English king Harold Godwinson.

    Godwinson had no time to revel in his victory however as news arrived of Williams successful crossing of the channel. The stage was set for one of the most pivotal moments of English history. The battle of Hastings.

    This speech, attributed to William by the Anglo-Norman historian Henry of Huntingdon writing several decades later, is in all likelihood probably not one actually spoken by William, but is a fascinating glimpse into William’s reputation in the decades after the battle nonetheless.

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  • Futurist from 1901 Describes The World of 2001 // Ladies Home Journal // Primary Source

    18:56

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    In 1901 the 'Ladies Home Journal' published an article describing the advances predicted to happen in the next hundred years. Flying ships, x-rays, enormous strawberries - the success rate is surprisingly high.

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  • Earliest European Mention of Japan // Marco Polo Describes Mongol Invasion of Chipangu

    9:39

    Here we have Marco Polo telling the Mongol side of the invasion of 1281, and the catastrophes that followed - and the first European mention of the mysterious island of 'Chipangu'.

    Taken from the translation by Henry Yule.

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    Extracts taken from:
    Simeon of Durham, Historia Regum
    Al Adhari, Histories of Andalucia
    Photius' Homilies, Numbers III and IV
    Annals of St-Vaast

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  • Japanese Historian from 1845 Describes Life of George Washington + Foundation of USA

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    Taken from 'Konyo Zukishi' by Mitsukuri Shōgo (1845)
    Sakamaki Shunzo, Japan and the United States 1790 - 1853

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    Some images taken from Osanaetoki Bankokubanashi (童絵解万国噺), an 1861 book by writer Kanagaki Robun and artist Utagawa Yoshitora, and other images from the work of Utagawa Yoshitora.

  • First Japanese Visitor Describes European Life // 1862 Tokugawa Embassy Primary Source

    18:28

    More from Japanese national icon Fukuzawa Yukichi. After his groundbreaking trip to America, here we have the first detailed Japanese perspective of Europe, after the Sakoku period of isolation. England, France, Holland and Russia.

    Extract from The Autobiography of Fukuzawa Yukichi translated by Eiichi Kiyooka, 1934 edition.

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    CharmaineZoe's Marvelous Melange French Fashion Plate - 1848-1864
    Operating theatre: The original uploader was MykReeve at English Wikipedia.
    This Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons image is from the user Chris 73 and is freely available at //commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sea_of_Japan_Map.png under the creative commons cc-by-sa 3.0 license.

  • Native American Perspective on First Contact with Europeans // As related to Jon Heckewelder

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    Taken from 'History, manners, and customs of the Indian nations who once inhabited Pennsylvania and the neighboring states' by Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823

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  • Marco Polo Describes the Mongols // 13th cent. Primary Source

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    Here we have the famous explorer Marco Polo describing the Mongols as he knew them, under the great Kublai Khan.

    Taken from the translation by Henry Yule.

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  • First Indian Visitor Describes England and European Life // 1785 Wonders of Vilayet Primary Source

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    English: View from the whispering gallery in St Pauls Cathedral in London.
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  • Thomas Edison Predicts the 20th Century // Kindles and Bumblebee Helicopters // Cosmopolitan

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  • Soviet Tourist Describes US Deep South and Visits President Roosevelt // Ilf and Petrov

    19:30

    Text taken from 'Revival: Little Golden America' (1944) (Routledge Revivals) by Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov.


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  • Fascinated British Visitor Describes Life in American Civil War // Diary of Henry Y. Thompson

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  • Brief History of Japan/ Japans History

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  • জো বাইডেন রাবার মাস্ক আনছে জাপান | Firm in Japan makes Joe Biden rubber masks

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    While surgical masks have been highly sought after this year, Joe Biden rubber masks are also seeing some demand.

    Ogawa Studios, a Japanese manufacturer, began producing masks resembling the U.S. president-elect in the middle of October, ahead of last week's election.

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  • Japan Documentary For AEC

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  • The Legions of Rome - Ancient History Documentary

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    Roman Legion -

    The Roman legion was the largest military unit of the Roman army. A legion was roughly of brigade size, composed of 4,200 infantry and 300 cavalry in the republican period, extended to 5,200 infantry and 120 auxilia in the imperial period.


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  • INDIA - Lost Treasures of the Ancient World : Ancient History Documentary

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    The story of India is one of fabulous dynasties and kings, timeless belief systems and golden ages of culture. This fascinating program journeys through the centuries to demonstrate how glories such as the Taj Mahal reflect the character of a unique people. This program features a stunning graphic re-creation of an Indus Valley City of the second Millennium BC.


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  • Evolution ・ Deepening ・ True value ✈ Japan Air Self Defense Force

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    Pompeii | The New Revelations (After The Eruption) | Full Episode | Ancient History Documentary

  • Japan Meets the West, 1843-1930 日本開国 日本が世界に出会った!

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    Japan closed its doors to the rest of the world between the 1600's and 1850's. But even during that period, a few people went abroad and spent time in foreign countries. And after its doors finally re-opened, Japan began to meet the West and experience a completely new and different world!

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  • How Chinese Culture Has Changed in the Last Years | ENDEVR Documentary

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    How Chinese Culture Has Changed in the Last Years | Business Documentary from 2018

    How Chinese businessmen and women are adapting to their changing world. From the hot and spicy foods of Sichuan province to the hottest of Beijing fashion designers. From the artists of the 798 art district to the movie metropolises of Qingdao. New Year celebrations for a New China, as we experience China’s blossoming contemporary culture, and the business brains backing it.

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  • The taste of Japanese soup is different between East and West?

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    Thank you for watching.


    Nice to meet you. They are Japanese. We are now preparing to sell sweets that will make you love Japan. Here's a 3-minute speech about Japan.

    Until last year, we were only selling sweets in stores on weekends.
    We are currently gearing up for internet sales.

    We aim to manufacture and sell sweets that make you love Japan.

    【Yo-koso and gokigenyo】



    I use Deeppl for translation.

    ご視聴ありがとうございます。

    一般日本人、杉内由香が日本に関するお話を
    1テーマ3分前後のスピーチでお届けします。

    昨年まで週末のみお菓子の店頭販売を行っていたのですが、
    現在はインターネット販売を目指して準備しています。

    「日本が好きになる」そんなお菓子の製造販売を目指しています。

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  • Protestant Polemic and the Japanese Martyrs

    24:06

    Presented at the European Association for Japanese Studies Annual Conference, Tsukuba University, September 15, 2019.

    This presentation places the persecution of Catholics in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Japan in the context of the religious controversies between Catholics and Protestants in early modern England.

  • First Chinese Visitor Describes Medieval Europe // The Incredible Journey of Rabban Sawma

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    Here we have the fascinating tale of Rabban Sawma, who made the journey all the way to English land from Beijing.


    Translated from the Syriac by SIR E. A. WALLIS BUDGE.






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  • タイムパラソル(Time Parasol) #1: Curious Umbrella 【Japanese Story Lesson】

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    This video is a time traveling story(science fiction) which will help you to learn Japanese and English. If you like this, please click the like button and share it with your friends.

    I'm using a lot of difficult Kanji, but you need not to memorize all of them. Actually, I can't write some of them. However, the more Kanji you learn, the more you know Japanese. So, even if you can't read or write, you should see them.


    If you want to learn Japanese conversation, you should first learn Hiragana/Katakana and get used to introducing yourself in Japanese. In order to be good at Japanese, you should speak and listen to Japanese as much as possible.Because, it's really important to get used to speaking and listening to Japanese. It is important not only to be fluent in Japanese conversation but also to pass JLPT.
    This is a basic and simple Japanese lesson video, so let's try to study Japanese together.
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    【字幕(subtitle)/クローズドキャプション(CC)】 日本語字幕、English Subtitle
    【タイムパラソル】 Time Parasol
    【Playlist: Japanese Conversation Lesson】 


    【使用している画像(写真含む)、効果音】
    はちドットビズ 
    イラストAC及び写真AC 
    足成
    効果音で遊ぼう 
    音人 

    ストーリーは全てフィクションです。

  • Cybersecurity in the 21st Century: Outlook for Japan & the U.S.

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    Cybersecurity in the 21st Century: Outlook for Japan & the U.S.



    From Capital One’s massive data breach to the latest hack on Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitpoint losing $32 million, recent headlines are increasingly featuring cyberattacks and security threats of large magnitudes. As cyber threats increase in number, scope and sophistication across the globe, it is imperative for government and companies to be proactive in building cyber resilience. What significant measures are Japan and the United States taking to boost cybersecurity? What is needed to effectively deal with the increasingly sophisticated cyber threats? In this program, cybersecurity experts discuss the cybersecurity landscape in Japan and the United States, the policies and regulations, and the approaches to tackling cybersecurity challenges.

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    Gregory A. Brower, Shareholder, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; former Assistant Director, Office of Congressional Affairs, Federal Bureau of Investigation
    Michael Daniel, President & CEO, Cyber Threat Alliance; former Special Assistant to President Obama & Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council
    Motohiro Tsuchiya, Dean, Faculty of Policy Management & Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University

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  • Japanese Dramas - A Great Resource for Studying

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    Watching TV in your target language is a great way to learn. In this video, I demonstrate LingQ's powerful import features and how to learn a new language from TV shows the right way.

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