ArticleSuzuki, AkiyoshiIt is perceived as general knowledge that there is no constellation mythology in Japan. This classical belief emanates from the fact that there are hardly any words about stars in the sky in Japanese legendry as mentioned in the Kojiki (『古事記』 Records . . .
ArticleAgainst Vocationalism and Reapraising Anglophone Literature for Japanese Students in A Globalized Society: Developing a Resilient LifeSuzuki, AkiyoshiIn the current globalized world, students want to learn English to make themselves more marketable to employers, and institutions have repositioned their English programs to meet that demand, which is also true in Japan. According to the survey, where . . .
ArticleSuzuki, AkiyoshiYukio Mishima, a Japanese novelist well known to people across the world, was not familiar with sports in his childhood and his adolescence. In 1955, at the age of 30, he trained his body and began to enthusiastically undertake sporting activities. Bo . . .