KulturSchock Japan Hörbuch: Martin Lutterjohann
KulturSchock Japan als Hörbuch auf MP3-CD: Der aus diversen Hörspielen bekannte Sprecher Rainer Bärensprung bringt das komplette gleichnamige Buch zu Gehör. ++++ KulturSchock Japan ist der informative Kultur-Reiseführer, um das Land und seine Bewohner besser zu verstehen. Er erklärt die kulturellen Besonderheiten, die Denk- und Verhaltensweisen der Japaner und ermöglicht so die Orientierung im fremden Reisealltag. Unterhaltsam und leicht verständlich werden kulturelle Stolpersteine aus dem Weg geräumt und wird fundiertes Hintergrundwissen zu Geschichte, Gesellschaft, Religion und Traditionen vermittelt. Familienleben, Moralvorstellungen und Anstandsregeln werden genauso erläutert wie Umgangsformen, religiöse Gebote oder Tischsitten. Der Autor, der mehrere Jahre in Japan gelebt hat und mit einer Japanerin verheiratet ist, beschreibt die Geheimnisse der japanischen Denk-, Sicht- und Lebensweise und nennt Verhaltensregeln für Touristen und Geschäftsreisende. ++++ Ausstattung: 1 MP3-CD mit 372 Minuten Spielzeit ++++ KulturSchock - die besonderen und mehrfach ausgezeichneten Kultur-Reiseführer von REISE KNOW-HOW. Fundiert, unterhaltsam und hilfreich im fremden Alltag. Je mehr wir voneinander wissen, desto besser werden wir einander verstehen. ++++ REISE KNOW-HOW - Reiseführer für individuelle Reisen
Die schönsten Märchen aus Japan! Zwölf mal Märchenhaftes aus dem Land der aufgehenden Sonne: Das Mädchen mit dem Holznapf, Der brave Oschoo, Der Glühwurm, Der neidische Nachbar, Der treffliche Hund Schippeitaro, Des Tanuki Scherflein, Die beiden Frösche, Die Fuchshochzeit, Die Krabbe und der Affe, Uraschimataro, Kätzchens Entführung, Die Qualle. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: Jürgen Fritsche. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/xbae/000062/bk_xbae_000062_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.
Here is one of the best Japanese stories. This fairy tale tells of the creation of the modern jellyfish, which is such a strange transluscent creature; according to the legend, it was not always the case, and the jelly fish owns its peculiar appearance to a punishment inflicted by the Dragon King of the Sea. Delve into the legends and fables of old Japan, with a myth that will delight children and adults alike, and discover the riches of Japanese culture through its most authentic tales. Not unlike the western folk tales compiled by the Brothers Grimm, this myth is part of a series of stories faithfully preserving the spirit of medieval Japan; it is a peculiar travel through space and time, which will delight children and adults alike. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jonathan Waite. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cids/000527/bk_cids_000527_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
We have selected for you nine of the best Japanese myths and fairy tales. Not unlike the western folk tales compiled by the Brothers Grimm, these stories faithfully preserve the spirit of medieval Japan, while rendered in a translation accessible to all ages. Here is a wonderful collection of short stories: The Battle of the Monkey and the Crab; Momotaro, or Little Peachling; Urashimataro and the Turtle; The Tongue-cut Sparrow; The Vision of Tsunu; The Star-Lovers; The Old man and the Devils; The Jellyfish and the Monkey; Autumn and Spring. These fairy tales and legends of old are a window into the Japanese imagination; it is a peculiar travel through space and time, which will delight children and adults alike. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katie Haigh. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cids/000528/bk_cids_000528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It is as great an offence against a child to starve his mind as to starve his body. The Astorg Audiobook collection means to bring together the fairy tales, stories, myths and legends which have fed the children of many generations in the years when the imagination is awakening and craving stimulus and material to work upon. We have selected for you six of the best Japanese myths and fairy tales. Not unlike the western folk tales compiled by the Brothers Grimm, these stories faithfully preserve the spirit of medieval Japan, while rendered in a translation accessible to all ages. Here is a wonderful collection of short stories: The Story of the Man who didn´t wish to die; The Accomplished and Lucky Tea-Kettle; The Battle of the Monkey and the Crab; Momotaro or Little Peachling; Urashimataro and the Turtle; The Tongue-cut Sparrow. These fairy tales and legends of old are a window into the Japanese imagination; it is a peculiar travel through space and time, which will delight children and adults alike. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Katie Haigh. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cids/000544/bk_cids_000544_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In an era of irregular labor, nagging recession, nuclear contamination, and a shrinking population, Japan is facing precarious times. How the Japanese experience insecurity in their daily and social lives is the subject of Precarious Japan. Tacking between the structural conditions of socioeconomic life and the ways people are making do, or not, Anne Allison chronicles the loss of home affecting many Japanese, not only in the literal sense but also in the figurative sense of not belonging. Until the collapse of Japan´s economic bubble in 1991, lifelong employment and a secure income were within reach of most Japanese men, enabling them to maintain their families in a comfortable middle-class lifestyle. Now, as fewer and fewer people are able to find full-time work, hope turns to hopelessness and security gives way to a pervasive unease. Yet some Japanese are getting by, partly by reconceiving notions of home, family, and togetherness. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colleen Patrick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/019832/bk_acx0_019832_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Human habitation in the Japanese archipelago can be traced back to prehistoric times. The Jōmon period, named after its cord-marked pottery, was followed by the Yayoi in the first millennium BC, when new technologies were introduced from continental Asia. During this period, in the first century AD, the first known written reference to Japan was recorded in the Chinese Book of Han. Between the third century and the eighth century, Japan´s many kingdoms and tribes gradually came to be unified under a centralized government, nominally controlled by the emperor. The imperial dynasty established at this time continues to reign over Japan to this day. In 794, a new imperial capital was established at Heian-kyō (modern Kyoto), marking the beginning of the Heian period, which lasted until 1185. The Heian period is considered a golden age of classical Japanese culture. Japanese religious life from this time and onwards was a mix of Buddhism and native religious practices known as Shinto. Over the following centuries the power of the emperor and the imperial court gradually declined and passed to the military clans and their armies of samurai warriors. The Minamoto clan under Minamoto no Yoritomo emerged victorious from the Genpei War of 1180–85. After seizing power, Yoritomo set up his capital in Kamakura and took the title of shogun. In 1274 and 1281, the Kamakura shogunate withstood two Mongol invasions, but in 1333 it was toppled by a rival claimant to the shogunate, ushering in the Muromachi period. During the Muromachi period regional warlords known as daimyō grew in power at the expense of the shogun. Eventually, Japan descended into a period of civil war. Over the course of the late sixteenth century, Japan was reunified under the leadership of the daimyō Oda Nobunaga and his successor Toyotomi Hideyoshi. After Hideyoshi´s death in 1598, Tokugawa Ieyasu came to power and was appointed shogun by the emperor. The Tokugawa shogunate, which govern 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Lenhart. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/070573/bk_acx0_070573_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.