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  • Paperback
  • 1272 pages
  • 宮本武蔵 Miyamoto Musashi
  • Eiji Yoshikawa
  • Romanian
  • 10 May 2019

About the Author: Eiji Yoshikawa

, August 11, 1892 September 7, 1962 was a Japanese historical novelist Among his best known novels, most are revisions of older classics He was mainly influenced by classics such as The Tale of the Heike, Tale of Genji, Outlaws of the Marsh, and Romance of the Three Kingdoms, many of which he retold in his own style As an example, the original manuscript of Taiko is 15 volumes Yoshikawa took up to retell it in a accessible tone, and reduced it to only two volumes His other books also serve similar purposes and, although most of his novels are not original works, he created a huge amount of work and a renewed interest in the past He was awarded the Cultural Order of Merit in 1960 the highest award for a man of letters in Japan , the Order of the Sacred Treasure and the Mainichi Art Award just before his death from cancer in 1962 He is cited as one of the best historical novelists in Japan.



10 thoughts on “宮本武蔵 Miyamoto Musashi

  1. says:

    A breathtaking fictionalization of the life of one of the world s greatest warriors and renaissance men Yoshikawa takes us on a mezmorizing voyage to a crossroads in Japanese history that changed all the rules and gave birth to a legend The book opens in the year 1600 at the end of the infamous battle of Sekigahara, where the armies of east and western Japan met to decide who would govern Toyotomi or Tokugawa In the end to Tokugawa emerged victorious and the 150 year period of civil war came to an end The young son of a country samurai, Shinmen Takezo, goes to fight for the Toyotomi at Sekigahara and opens the book prostrate on the ground with two bullets in his thigh He escapes the carnage of the battle to his home province and emerges from this ordeal not as the noble warrior he intended, but rather as a savage bandit However, through the intervention of an old friend he is brought to justice and given a second chance and a new name He is locked in a room of the Lord s castle for three years straight with only treatises on war, religion, and the classics of both Japan and China From this incarceration he emerged a new man Musashi is offered a position as reatiner to the Tokugawa governor, but instead decides to journey across Japan to hone his swordsmanship To do this Musashi does than practice drawing and swinging...

  2. says:

    wowthat is the first thing that came to mind when i finished this book it is easily the best historical fiction i have ever read it is also the largest and most difficult book i have ever read it is very japanese therefore some of the names and places tend to get mixed up in the nearly 1000 page epic howeverthat is the only negative i have after reading this book it will go down as one of my favorite reads of all time it focuses on the life very dramatized by the fantastic eiji yoshikawa san of musashi miyamoto, a wandering ronin samurai during the edo period 1600 s of feudal japan this is the time when samurai were still prevalent by the advent of muskets was starting to take over the story the yoshikawa san unfurls is a fantastic epic of the nature of the way of the sword it was of fairness, fierceness, and unyielding strength, and musashi was the height of that ideal i highly recommend this to those like me who ...

  3. says:

    This is a quick read despite its length The language is easy and there s plenty of action Unfortunately I thought the characters are mostly two dimensional and the plot repetitive If you re interested in samurais and Japanese culture, give it a try.

  4. says:

    Perhaps my expectations were too high but I was a bit disappointed by this book I am really interested in traditional Japanese culture and looked forward to reading Musashi Although it is an entertaining read and I did gain some inspiration from it, I found it really missed the depth you d expect from such a saga.Apart from Musashi himself, all the other characters in the book are fairly one dimensional and as a consequence, the story does not really seem to progress or unravel after the first few chapters the meetings with Sasaki Kojir are probably an exception to this.I realize the simplicity of the writing might fit the underlying Japanese values but I think it really did not reflect the complexities of the society and the characters it is trying to describe It seems to me people in traditional Japan would have on...

  5. says:

    26th book for 2019.This much loved epic, which originally appeared as a series of Japanese newspaper installments in the 1930s, chronicles the rise of one of Japan s greatest samurai and swordsmen, Miyamoto Musashi Despite it s nearly 1000 page length, I found it a fun, quick ish read, which enriched my understanding of samurai warrior code and culture this grew out of It h...

  6. says:

    5 stars for sheer enjoyment and immersion in another time and culture This book has easily landed on my favourites list Despite its nearly thousand pages I was fully immersed in the story of Miyamoto Musashi and never felt like I was slogging through an enormous tome To be fair the beginning is a little rough, but Eiji Yoshikawa does an excellent job at keeping things moving as we follow the famous sword saint of early Tokugawa era Japan in his growth from a callow, bullying youth into a man attempting to attain perfection in both body and spirit through the Way of the Sword.Yoshikawa paints on a broad canvas indeed, immersing the reader into the world of feudal Japan by showing us characters from all walks of life We meet not only the daimyo and samurai who ruled in this world, but also the merchants, craftsmen, peasants, and priests all of whom gave to the era and country its unique character and flavour While the story centers on the life and growth of its titular protagonist Miyamoto Musashi it is truly an epic saga, following the intertwined lives of many characters as they criss cross Japan searching for or trying to escape from each other Indeed there are so many coincidental meetings and near misses that it becomes something of a commonplace in the story In some ways I was reminded of Dumas while reading this book both ...

  7. says:

    A great novel that reads easier than its length or age might make you believe The epic sword fights didn t hurt, either The only negative that I found was that it has Walter Scott syndrome, where the main and thus most interesting character disappears for long stretches of time throughout.

  8. says:

    This is easily my favorite book It s very long and translated from Japanese resulting in some rough spots, but nevertheless, I could not put this one down I recommend this to anyonewell, anyone who loves sword fighting.

  9. says:

    A very weighty historical novel about samurai I thought I d like this a lot than I did I might try again later.

  10. says:

    Ini buku pertama yang banyak memberikan inspirasi dalam hidup saya Dimana perubahan 180 bisa terjadi dalam hidup kita.Buku ini tidak semata mata darah dan pertarungan tapi lebih pada Semangat dalam pencarian dan pengembangan jati diri, Kesetiaan dan K...

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