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Lauri Törhönen
... Lauri Törhönen (born 16 August 1947 in Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish film director ... Törhönen worked as professor of film art in University of Art and Design Helsinki ...
Shōnen Sekai - Reception
... Shōnen Sekai was one of the most popular children's magazines of its day ... Shōnen Sekai was the first of its kind and ran continuously from 1895 to 1914 ... Shōnen sekai educated and entertained at least two generations of Japanese children" I have not been able to obtain accurate circulation figures but Shōnen sekai’s longevity alone, compared with that of most ...
Senchakushū
... Nembutsushū (選択本願念仏集?), abbreviated to Senchakushū, is the magnum opus of Hōnen, founder of the Jōdo-shū school of Japanese Pure Land Buddhism ... especially from the writings of Chinese Pure Land Buddhist Shan-tao to bolster Hōnen's doctrine of relying upon the sole recitation of Amitabha Buddha's ... Hōnen also asserts for the first time that he is establishing a new school of Buddhism ...
Shōnen Sunday Super
... Shōnen Sunday Super (少年サンデー超, Shōnen Sandē Sūpā?) is a bi-monthly shōnen manga magazine published by Shogakukan ...
Shōnen Sekai - Features
... The Shōnen Sekai magazine had many add-ins such as sugoroku boards ... The sugoroku Shōnen Sekai Kyōso Sugoroku was originally produced as a supplement to the Shōnen Sekai magazine and his currently seen at the Tsukiji Sugoroku Museum in Japan ... cards were featured in the magazine in a February 1915 issue of Shōnen Sekai ...