[PDF] 風林火山 Furin Kazan By Yasushi Inoue



10 thoughts on “風林火山 Furin Kazan

  1. says:

    375 starsThis compact novel by Yasushi Inoue seemed unreadable to me at first till I was reluctant and wondered if I could finish it However I found it interestingly revealing especially in relation to an eminent samurai protagonist named Yam

  2. says:

    Good This novel is about a crippled and deformed bachelor for life old man who became an advisor to a lustful mast

  3. says:

    November 17th 2015 MINI REVIEWMy younger brother got this when we were at Disney World last Christmas and I had read only the first 50 or so pages Now reclaiming it to finish I reread from the start It had the symbolic stylistic tones of historical fiction blended with a peek into Feudal Japan and its warring sta

  4. says:

    This is not really my 'type' of book except that it is a historical romance of the Japanese that intrigued me because it was about the warlord and daimyo Takeda Shingen who is mentioned in my grandfather's memoir Apparently his family was a vassal of this great war leader's clan Anyway the book is well known and famous enough in Japan where T

  5. says:

    Good but not highly recommended this historical novel generally reads like history than a novel

  6. says:

    I didn't enjoy this book as much as I expected to This is a fictional retelling of key battles during Japan's Sengoku era or 'Warring States' period which preceded the start of the Tokugawa Shogunate The characters from this book come directly from history recounts of the period and overall I felt that Inoue accurately represents what life wo

  7. says:

    Great saga and dramabeautiful story

  8. says:

    I reeeally wanted to love this book The traditional story of the rise of Takeda Shingen and his relationships with his vassals Yamamoto Kansuke and enemies Uesugi Kenshin is basically taken from the Koyo Gunkan the self glorifying epic of the

  9. says:

    Serialized in 1953 just after the end of the occupation when there was a big surge of samurai films and novels which had been forbidden as feudal by the Occupation during previous years The title refers to the war banner of Takeda Shingen 1521 1573 one of the most famous generals of Japan's Warring Sates period

  10. says:

    Another book I feel like I missed the boat on I'll come clean and admit I only got a hair over a uarter through page 50 out of slightly under 200 in the main text before bailing I'm not sure if the blame lies with the original author or the translator but I suspect both Certainly not the reader cough The issue I'd lay at the feet of the author is the way that the book's main character is a brilliant swordfighter and strategist but for seem

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A Jepang kala itu Yasushi Inoue terkenal serius dalam membuat cerita fiksi sejarah keakuratannya membuat buku bukunya banyak diminati dan diterjemahkan ke dalam beberapa bahasa serta diadaptasi ke layar kaca Melalui karya karyanya Yasushi Inoue telah mendapatkan berbagai penghargaan seperti Akutagawa Prize Literature Prize dari Kementerian Pendidikan Jepang Japanese Literary Award dan The Order of Cultural Merit penghargaan tertinggi di bidang sastra yang diberikan oleh Pemerintah Jepa. Serialized in 1953 just after the end of the occupation when there was a big surge of samurai films and novels which had been forbidden as feudal by the Occupation during previous years The title refers to the war banner of Takeda Shingen 1521 1573 one of the most famous generals of Japan s Warring Sates period It contained four Chinese characters that signified Silent as a forest Swift as the wind Rapacious as fire Immovable as a mountain These ualities summarized the art of war in the ancient Chinese strategy handbook the Sunzi and were deemed necessary for military success during the civil wars that ravaged Japan in the 16th c Takeda Shingen s noble failure is among the most popular Japanese historical chronicles There have been numerous film and television adaptations of his story such as Kurosawa s Kagemusha 1980 or Inagaki s Furin Kazan 1969 with Toshiro Mifune as the hero In Inoue s version not Takeda Shingen but Yamamoto Kansuke his wily advisor and master plotter is the main hero but interestingly Kansuke meets his eual in the shrewd Princess Yuu Inoue s novel formed the basis for the 2007 NHK taiga drama of the same title

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風林火山 Furin Kazan

Yamamoto Kansuke hidup pada zaman Sengoku Jidai; di mana perang saudara dan perebutan wilayah melingkupi wilayah Jepang Kansuke dipandang sebelah mata karena kakinya yang pincang dan matanya yang buta sebelah Hingga pada suatu ketika ia bertemu dengan jenderal Itagaki yang memberinya kesempatan untuk mengabdi kepada daimyo Takeda dari Provinsi KaiTakeda Shingen yang ingin memperluas wilayah kekuasaannya mengangkat Yamamoto Kansuke sebagai ahli strateginya Bakat Kansuke dalam diplomasi. November 17th 2015 MINI REVIEWMy younger brother got this when we were at Disney World last Christmas and I had read only the first 50 or so pages Now reclaiming it to finish I reread from the start It had the symbolic stylistic tones of historical fiction blended with a peek into Feudal Japan and its warring states There was a lot of battles commanded issued and fought over these centuries all in the name of conuering the entirety of JapanThis is one of those storiesFollowing the samurai Yamamoto Kansuke as he navigates this particular time frame we become involved in the Takeda clan and its struggles While it s mostly a narrative story it does ply the overall aspects of the political climate and the struggles that these warlords undertook I grew to like Kansuke and other characters while they did remain 1 or even 2D in personal complexities But the truth remains it is a portrait of those harsh times where it meant life or death

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Dan pemahamannya akan strategi perang membuat klan Takeda sukses besar Namun agenda terbesar mereka adalah mengalahkan pasukan Echigo yang dipimpin oleh Uesugi Kenshin Kagetora Pertempuran tersebut dikenal dengan peperangan Kawanakajima dan sejarah mencatatnya sebagai salah satu peperangan terbesar pada zaman Sengoku Jidai Mampukah strategi Yamamoto Kansuke mengalahkan pasukan EchigoDiterjemahkan langsung dari bahasa Jepang Furin Kazan akan membuat para pembacanya lebih merasakan nuans. This is not really my type of book except that it is a historical romance of the Japanese that intrigued me because it was about the warlord and daimyo Takeda Shingen who is mentioned in my grandfather s memoir Apparently his family was a vassal of this great war leader s clan Anyway the book is well known and famous enough in Japan where Takeda Shingen is a popular samurai hero figure depicted in films and TV The translator of this book is Yoko Riley a professor of Japanese history at the University of Calgary I ran into as a published book in English under the Tuttle Classics imprintGenerally I found the book entertaining and engaging Inoue has created an interesting fictional character Kansuke Yamamoto a diminutive and slightly deformed ronin who helps mastermind Shingen s military career and ambitions I found the narrative was told well for the most part but occasionally there was some repetition that I found took me out of an otherwise seamless reading experience This I ve come to understand is one of the problems with translating Japanese to English Sometimes characters feelings also were expressed awkwardly or in a conflicting manner this could be one of those lost in translation cultural moments possibly couldn t tell Basically we are given the story of the clan s success mediated through this political and military manipulator so the story turns out to be as much about the kingmaker as the king himself so to speak And this narrative perspective is what makes the book engaging and clever