3 edition of The ogres of Oyeyama. found in the catalog.
The ogres of Oyeyama.
|Other titles||Ōeyama, Oyeyama|
|Series||Japanese fairy tale series ;, no. 19, Kobunsha"s Japanese fairy tale series ;, no. 19.|
|Contributions||Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PZ8 .J272 no. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2001533657|
A queen, a princess, a princess-not-a-princess, and a hobbit-like girl battle Ruckusiers, ogres, Wetards, and more on a quest to find a new settlement where they might rebuild their kingdom. Beagles, pretty bois, and weirdness abound in this wonderfully random not . Book, Original woodblock print (2) - Published by Hasegawa Takejirō () - "Kobunshas Japanese Fairy Tales Series" (two volumes) - Japan - (Meiji 18) Hasegawa Takejirō 長谷川武次郎, () on crepe paper Takejirō - by Sensei Kobayashi Eitaku, Gyokusho Kawabata, Suzuki Kason,Tosa Matabei, - 17 x cm - 2 volumes half tanned, insulated back - between 18 and 36 pp.
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Japenese Fairy Tale: The Ogres of Oyeyama,no by Japanese Fairy Tales. Tokyo: T. Hasegawa Book. Illus. by Unknown. Very Fine. Soft Cover as Only Issued. Not Stated Tokyo - Hasegawa, vol. Hand made book with silk stitched wraps, unpaginated. Illustrated with woodblock printed by hand on hand made creped Mas From GibbsBooks. About this Item: Printed in Tokyo by Kobunsha published in London and Sydney N.S.W by Griffith Farran & Co. circa, Early edition circa , small format, x 96 mm, 6 x 3¾ inches, colour illustrated wraps, 18 pages printed on creped paper folded japan-style, spine covered.
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Japanese Fairy Tale Series, No. The Ogres of Oyeyama, Tokyo (17 Kami Negishi), ca & (Showa 7), small size for a Hasegawa/Kobunsha book, small 18mo (4 x 6 in - x cm), crepe paper folded sheets, spine covered with silk type fabric, silk ties, 16 folded pages.
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Tsuna had let Shutendoji, the chief of the ogres, slip out of his hands at Rashomon, and was waiting for another chance to capture him. The five set out for Oyeyama Hill. From an The ogres of Oyeyama. book man they met on the The ogres of Oyeyama. book path through the hills, they received helmets, swords, Sakai wine (i.e., sake), and a sleeping drug.
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One of Japan's best-loved children's stories brought to life by the extraordinary imagery of an early nineteenth-century handscroll. The amazing adventures of Momotaro, a boy found inside a peach and raised by an elderly couple, is one of Japan's most popular folktales.
An Brand: Braziller, George Inc. All the ogres were killed by our chief Raiko at Oeyama. It cannot be true, because even if any ogres did escape from that great killing they would not dare to show themselves in this city, for they know that our brave master would at once attack them if he knew that any of them were still alive!”.
The ogre of Rashomon Japanese Folktale. Long, long ago in Kyoto, the people of the city were terrified by accounts of a dreadful ogre, who, it was said, haunted the Gate of Rashomon at twilight and seized whoever passed by.
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Japanese Fairy Tale Series, Nos. (English), complete set of 20 numbers, Tokyo, all but one carry the 17 Kami Negishi address for Hasegawa, casmall size for a Hasegawa/Kobunsha book, small 18mo (4 x 6 in - x ~2 cm), crepe paper in folded sheets, spine covered with silk type fabric, silk ties, each number with 18~32 pages.
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Long, long ago in Kyoto, the people of the city were terrified by accounts of a dreadful ogre, who, it was said, haunted the Gate of Rashomon at twilight and seized whoever passed missing victims were never seen again, so it was whispered that the ogre was a horrible cannibal, who not only killed the unhappy victims but ate them also.
[Jiraiya] Ogre In The Store House [Eng] Febru To Comments Filed Under: One Shot Language: English Genres: Bara/ Muscle, Drama Tagged With: Hardcore, Jiraiya. The Ogres of Oyeyama "The warrior Minamoto - no - Raiko was ordered by the Emperor to rescue people who had been captured by the ogres on Oyeyama Hill and to vanquish the ogres.
He organized and headed a band consisting only of Watanabe - no - Tsuna and his three. The Ogres of Oyeyama (No Author Listed) Tokyo: T. Hasegawa, 12mo. 34 unnumbered pages with rich color illustrations printed Japanese style (fukurotoji) on crepe paper, based on the Japanese title Nihon Mukashibanashi.
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Hasegawa employed leading foreign residents as translators and noted Japanese artists as illustrators, and became a leading purveyor of export books and publications for foreign residents in Japan.