Motoki Yasui

Motoki Yasui

I am an editor at the Keio University press in Japan. I am creating a FutureLearn course at Keio University.
https://www.futurelearn.com/partners/keio-university

Location Tokyo,Japan

Activity

  • Hello, Claire. Thanks for coming back to our course.
    You can get PDF at Step1.23. https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/travel-books-history-in-europe-and-japan/1/steps/1518266

  • Hello, Sue and Barry! I like these covers too.
    I think it would take a lot of work to paste into Word, so I'll add a link function to enlarge easily.

  • Hello! You mentioned the Keicho Embassy. It was led by the Christian daimyo Hasekura Tsunenaga.
    The map on 'See also' is in Japanese, but we're preparing an English version.

  • Hello! Thank you for your question.

    According to Prof. Sumiyoshi, the priest in the picture is carrying scrolls (Kansubon, 巻子本 see at Step1.12) of the Buddhist canon brought from India to China. The many red dots are the red-painted heads of the scroll's shafts, which are found in Chinese style books. They were supposed to be drawn in the Indian-style of...

  • Thank you for your comment.
    The link has been fixed. Can you see it now?
    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=723631631150223

  • Thank you for your comment!
    As mentioned in the text, the current garden in front of the Second Faculty Building by Michel Desvigne refers to that in the past state. Given that circumstance, it therefore seems that there was no place to put other sculptures onto the terrace except for Mu.

  • Thank you for your comment. From our computer (Japan) we were able to see three links in Google Books. Also, by following those links, I was able to browse the images. How about from this link?

    唐音三體詩譯讀 Tōon Santaishi yakudoku
    https://books.google.co.jp/books?vid=KEIO10812714903&redir_esc=y

  • Thank you for your comment!
    Rattan is used in both benches, and the use of rattan is also mentioned in this step.

  • @JillHind Thank you for your comment. There was a mistake in the settings. I changed the settings. Please try it.

  • @JasmineLin Thank you very much. There is a "DOWNLOADS" corner at the bottom of Step 3.1. There is a PDF with the text and script of Week3, so please get it.
    https://www.futurelearn.com/links/f/3kxpfkok356c8k4rkvtwtqz5fg47pgh

  • There was an error in name and password. I'm sorry. Please access with the following information.
    name: keiofl password: butoh2018

  • @CaroleMcCurdy Welcome to the course! Thank you for your question. This video clip of "Physical Rebellion" was taken by an artist Hiroshi Nakamura. Music is attached afterwards. Please continue to enjoy the course.

  • @IanKemp Thank you for your patience and understanding and google search, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our Keio university courses the server managing the image is down. Now, site is under maintenance. Sorry for inconvenience.

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our web server was down from 8/4 to 8/6. Sorry for inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding, the links are all fixed and now working. Hope you enjoy the course (along with the images)!

  • Our Keio university courses the server managing the image is down. Now, site is under maintenance. Sorry for inconvenience.

  • Our Keio university courses the server managing the image is down. Now, site is under maintenance. Sorry for inconvenience.

  • Our Keio university courses the server managing the image is down. Now, site is under maintenance. Sorry for inconvenience.

  • I have touched both paper (Nagashizuki, Tamezuki) at OZUWASHI(Paper shop). Tamezuki (Right) was heavier and harder than Nagashizuki (Left) . Nagashizuki is softer than Tamezuki. Actually, it is hard to understand from the photo. I felt the thickness by touching it.