Shirane

Shirane

 

an active volcano in the Echigo Range, the central part of the island of Honshu, Japan. Mount Shirane consists of two cones, situated close to each other, with elevations of 2,162 m (the active crater) and 2,176 m. There are sulfur springs nearby.

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Normally we see things from one side, but we have many aspects - that's why I wanted to show what we are," said Japanese artist Kaz Shirane, who built the Light Oragami Installation.
Shinzo BANNAI, Benoit GUERVILLE-BALLE, Taketo SHIRANE and Hiro-o TOKUNAGA Communicated by Heisuke HIRONAKA, M.
Shirane, Non-homotopicity of the linking set of algebraic plane curves, arXiv:1607.
A beloved gentlewoman or lady-in-waiting in the court of Empress Teishi (Sadako), Shonagon lived during the Heian period (794-1186) in Japan, and writes extensively about this time when the cultural effects of Chinese contact in the court were still evident (McKinney 2006a, x; Shirane 2007, 247).
Conceived and constructed by architects Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki of Tokyo, Japan.
Tsukuru Tazaki is the only one in a group of five close friends who doesn't have a colour in his name--Akamatsu means red pine; Shirane means white root; Kurono means black field; and Oumi means blue sea, but his name means 'to create or build'.
The two boys were called Akamatsu, meaning 'red pine', and Oumi, 'blue sea', while the girls' names were Shirane, 'white root', and Kurono, 'black field'.
The two boys' last names were The two boys' last names were Akamatsu (red pine) and Oumi (blue sea), while the girls' surnames were Shirane (white root) and Kurono (black field).
Shirane, "Universal phase diagram for high-piezoelectric perovskite systems," Applied Physics Letter, vol.
Shirane explains that what the Japanese are referring to is in large part a sense of closeness to nature arising from the pervasive presence of natural imagery in Japanese cultural life.
Critique: An extensive and informative introduction by Harou Shirane (Shincho Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture, Columbia University) will be particularly appreciated by those new to Japanese Buddhism.
En un ensayo de hace anos, * Haruo Shirane observaba que la vision occidental del haiku como un poema que surge de una observacion directa de la realidad, prescinde de las metaforas y tiene la naturaleza por tema exclusivo es una concepcion decimononica, surgida en Japon como reflejo del realismo occidental y que se difundio despues en Occidente como esencialmente japonesa.