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    Ricebale

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    japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by Ricebale on Sat Jul 18, 2015 9:34 am

    judo dictionary

    Came via my email, out of print now I believe, enjoy

    NBK

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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by NBK on Sat Jul 18, 2015 7:56 pm

    that version is out of print, there's an updated version on sale now. Both are still in copyright.

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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by gester on Sun Jul 19, 2015 11:46 am

    Ricebale,
    Been looking for this for years!! Thanks.

    NBK,
    Where is this available? I'd like a hard copy. I'm in the U.S. Thanks.

    Gester


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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by NBK on Sun Jul 19, 2015 9:29 pm

    gester wrote:Ricebale,
    Been looking for this for years!! Thanks.

    NBK,
    Where is this available? I'd like a hard copy. I'm in the U.S. Thanks.

    Gester
    Actually, now that I look, I can't find it on the Kodokan Internet Shop website.
    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=book.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE
    I'll ask tomorrow, I think they're updating it before reprinting. I suggested a number of correction and additions so I should check anyhow.

    NBK

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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by gester on Mon Jul 20, 2015 9:04 am

    [/quote]
    Actually, now that I look, I can't find it on the Kodokan Internet Shop website.
    https://www.hint.jp/cgi-bin/kshop/kshop.pl/page=book.html/SID=PUT_SID_HERE
    I'll ask tomorrow, I think they're updating it before reprinting.  I suggested a number of correction and additions so I should check anyhow.

    NBK [/quote]

    Thanks NBK. I check the KDK site, Amazon, etc regularity to see what is available.

    Gester


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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by gester on Mon Jul 20, 2015 9:09 am

    Sorry for the messy post. I haven't tried a quote before. looks like I need to work on it. Embarassed

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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by NBK on Fri Jul 31, 2015 11:43 am

    quotes are automatic, should work unless you edit it.

    The problem is the [/quote] first time should be [quote]. The / is the sign to stop the action.

    The Kodokan does not sell its books on Amazon. I've asked why - they apparently don't want to deal with the paperwork and cost. Perhaps Uemura kancho, who is changing the business attitude of the entire place, will reconsider, as they're missing a global market for things like their videos and books.

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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by BillC on Fri Jul 31, 2015 1:34 pm

    NBK wrote:The Kodokan does not sell its books on Amazon.  I've asked why - they apparently don't want to deal with the paperwork and cost.  Perhaps Uemura kancho, who is changing the business attitude of the entire place, will reconsider, as they're missing a global market for things like their videos and books.

    Doubtless my daughter, the tireless defender of the independent bookseller would approve of the KDK's present position ... and to some extent with good reason.

    Not really changing the topic too much ... I wonder who the little man in the full business suit ... ties and lapel pin included ... who was the clerical-looking and insistent guy was who showed up on the mats at the daidojo during the presentation of the kata a couple weeks back. I saw him march right up in stocking feet to crowd of larger, sweaty judoka and ask for the kancho. He was trying to deliver a small briefcase of ... what? In front of more than a dozen KDK candy belts and 80 some-odd gaikokujin? Had to be turned away angrily when he didn't accept the first refusal.

    Process server? Insurance salesman? NHK looking for the TV tax? Forever to remain a mystery I am sure.


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    Re: japanese-english Judo dictionary

    Post by Reinberger on Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:25 pm

    BillC wrote:... Process server?  Insurance salesman?  NHK looking for the TV tax?  Forever to remain a mystery I am sure.

    Perhaps a formal challenge from another kanchō, kaichō, dōjōchō, or from just somebody performing musha shugyō?  Laughing


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