Japan's Name Culture: The Significance of Names in a Religious, Political & Social Context

First in depth study in English of Japanese names, their history and evolution, and ontological implications.
Japan s Name Culture The Significance of Names in a Religious Political Social Context First in depth study in English of Japanese names their history and evolution and ontological implications

  • Title: Japan's Name Culture: The Significance of Names in a Religious, Political & Social Context
  • Author: Herbert E. Plutschow
  • ISBN: 9781873410424
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. A useful guide to naming practices throughout Japanese history, and across various social status groups.

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