1．Date and Time
Saturday, December 11th, 2021
Online (YouTube Live)
※ Archive streaming is now availble.
Mr. OWADA Yasutsune
He was born in Tokyo in 1972. He left from the doctoral course of faculty of letters in Kokugakuin University. He specializes in Japanese medieval history. He is currently a lecturer at Shizuoka Eiwa Gakuin University, Extension Center of Waseda University and trustee member of Japan Castle Foundation. His main authored works are ”Sengoku Kassenshi Ziten” (SHINKIGENSHA), ”Tenku-no Shiro wo Iku” (HEIBONSHA), ”Nihonno Shiro, Shirogassen” (SEITOSHA), ”Zukan Bugu” (Gijutsu-Hyoron), and so on. He provided information on long-running TV series ”Kiringa kuru” produced by NHK in 2020.
Ms. EBISAWA Ran
She is a representative director of International Samurai Association. Her ancestor was Tokugawa shogun's retainer who went to the front of the Tsukuda Island for the guard of a foreign ship in the first year of Ansei (1854). She has learned Naginata after childhood. Also, she succeeded the Isshin-school of old style Naginata and established International Samurai Association. She is currently active in introducing samurai culture to overseas countries.
SAMURAI～Spirit of Japan～
15:00pm-15:10pm Opening Address
15:10pm-16:00pm Part 1 (Mr. OWADA Yasutsune)
An Introduction to Samurai ～from its origins to the end of samurai period～
16:10pm-17:00pm Part 2 (Mr. OWADA Yasutsune)
The Battle Manners, Tactics, Armors and Swords etc
17:10pm-18:00pm Part 3 (Ms. EBISAWA Ran)
Living in the Present with Samurai Wisdom
18:10pm-18:40pm Part 4 (Ms.EBISAWA Ran)
Zen in movement!? NAGINATA Performance
TIEC residents and open to public
*Everyone can view the event
Japanese and English (Simultaneous interpretation provided)
TIEC&HIH channel (English / Simultaneous interpretation voice)
TIEC&HIH channel (Japanese / Original voice)
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