Josetsu


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Josetsu

(jō'sā`tso͞o), fl. 1425, Japanese landscape painter, teacher, and priest. His work shows the formal characteristics of Chinese suiboku-ga (black-and-white) painting. He worked in Kyoto, where ShubunShubun
, fl. 1st half of 15th cent., Japanese painter and Zen Buddhist priest. He studied under Josetsu, and became the central figure in the renaissance in Japan of the Chinese style of ink painting.
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Ono, An introduction to algebraic number theory, translated by the author from the second Japanese edition of Suron Josetsu, Plenum Press, New York, 1990.
(3.) Rihei Nakamura, Yogaku Donyusha no Kiseki: Nihon Kindai Yogakushi Josetsu [The Locus of Those Who Introduced Western Music: An Introduction to Recent Music History in Japan] (Tokyo: Tosui Shobo, 1993), and Kosuke Nakamura, Kindai Nihon Yogakushi Josetsu [An Introduction to Recent Music History in Japan] (Tokyo: Tokyo Shoseki, 2003).
Shoumura, Chiiki fukushishi josetsu [Introductory history of community social welfare] (Tokyo: Taiyo Publishing, 1993).
The earliest painting depicting an attempt to pin down a catfish with a gourd is Josetsu's ca.
(3) See Surfrider 21, Gojira kenkyu josetsu (Tokyo: PHP kenkyuo, 1998); Kenneth Carpenter, "A Dinosaur Paleontologist's View of Godzilla," in J.
On the question of terminology, see Nishida Tatsuo, Mentenkan yakugo no kenkyu: Biruma gengogaku josetsu [A study of the Burmese-Chinese vocabulary (text entitled) Miandianguan yiyu: An introduction to Burmese linguistics] (Kyoto: Shokado, 1972), pp.
(''Okujo-oku o kasu 'josetsu jumin tohyo seido' e no kenen,'' Seiron, June 2003.)
This publication started as a festschrift in honour of Akira Ota, Japanese professor of English and author of Hitei no imi: imiron josetsu (The Meaning of Negation: Prolegomena to Semantics), published in 1980, and was later reconceived as a collection of articles by prestigious scholars in the field like Liliane Haegeman, Ljiljana Progovac, Jack Hoeksema, William Ladusaw, Raffaella Zanuttini, etc.
23 Minobu Azato, Okinawa Kaiyo Hattenshi: Nippon Nampo Hatten-shi Josetsu (Naha: Okinawaken Kaigai Kyokai, 1941), Appendix.
On the "Semarang Incident", see Ken'ichi Goto, "Sengo Nippon-Indonesia Kankeishi Kenkyu Josetsu" [A Preliminary Study on the Postwar Japanese-Indonesian Relations], Shakai Kagaku Tokyu 117 (1994): 3-32.