ISBN4-8340-1414-2

ISBN4-8340-1414-2

My town (Boku no machi) ISBN 4-591-07070-0

My town (Boku no machi) ISBN 4-591-07070-0

River Town ISBN4-89238-590-5

River Town ISBN4-89238-590-5

ISBN4-8340-0826-6

ISBN4-8340-0826-6

ISBN0-7513-5535 Search for the time traveller through each period, and watch the town change over time with each turn of the page!

ISBN0-7513-5535 Search for the time traveller through each period, and watch the village turn into a town, and the town change over time with each turn of the page!

A similar concept is explored in “A Journey Through Time: Excavating Life on Earth”

ISBN0-7513-6162-3 see pp.12-15 the spread of Chinese city-building in 221B.C. with that in Japan in the next book.

ISBN0-7513-6162-3 see pp.12-15 the spread of Chinese city-building in 221B.C. and compare with that of Nara city in Japan … see the next book.

ISBN4-8340-0226-8

ISBN4-8340-0226-8

ISBN978-4-09-293012-4

ISBN978-4-09-293012-4 Looks at life in the city and its hinterland

Books in English on medieval towns and life in the middle ages:

ISBN0-15-201320-2

ISBN0-15-201320-2

0-750-3788-0

ISBN0-750-3788-0 The evils of cities include the rampant spread of contagious or infectious diseases, such as smallpox or the plague

Middle Ages (Hands-on history) ISBN0-439-29642-0

Middle Ages (Hands-on history) ISBN0-439-29642-0

ISBN0-7445-8220-2

ISBN0-7445-8220-2

pp. 38-41 Osaka Castle described in detail, with a double-spread drawing as well as the lives of those who built and captured it. ISBN0-340-84401-9

pp. 38-41 Osaka Castle described in detail, with a double-spread drawing as well as the lives of those who built and captured it. ISBN0-340-84401-9

ISBN0-86163-596-5; 1-84148-063-0

ISBN0-86163-596-5; 1-84148-063-0

ISBN1-85434-461-7

ISBN1-85434-461-7

 

ISBN0-531143-0

ISBN0-531143-0

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Castle life in Japan

A Samurai Castle by Fiona Macdonald ISBN0-87226-381-9

A Samurai Castle by Fiona Macdonald ISBN0-87226-381-9

ISBN0-14-055739-3 Tale contrasting greed and cruelty of the lord of district and kindness of servants illustrates a universal theme of the struggle against oppression by evil rulers

ISBN0-14-055739-3 Tale contrasting greed and cruelty of the lord of district and kindness of servants illustrates a universal theme of the struggle against oppression and injustice by evil rulers

ISBN

ISBN0-14-055739-3

ISsBN0-14-055739-3 Tale contrasting greed and cruelty of the lord of district and kindness of servants illustrates a universal theme of the struggle against oppression and injustice by evil rulers

Tale (at p. 65-70 Barefoot book of Knights) contrasting greed and cruelty of the lord of district and kindness of servants illustrates a universal theme of the struggle against oppression and injustice by evil rulers

ISBN1-895555-54-X. Shows the code of the samurai in action, and teaches that the best kind of battle is one where you don't need to fight

ISBN1-895555-54-X. Shows the code of the samurai in action, and teaches that the best kind of battle is one where you don’t need to fight

ISBN4-00-110646-9

ISBN4-00-110646-9

The exhibition of Tokugawa's castles, ISBN978-4-924965-91-1

The exhibition of Tokugawa’s castles, ISBN978-4-924965-91-1


Cities in the modern era and the industrial revolution

Excerpt “From cave to skyscraper” pp. 1-8 from The Art of Construction, plus ideas for hands-on building projects.

ISBN1-55652-080-8

ISBN1-55652-080-8

The Industrial Revolution ISBN0-516-27036-2

The Industrial Revolution ISBN0-516-27036-2

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ISBN1-85434-209-6

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ISBN0-7496-5154-7

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In Japanese:

ISBN4-591-05977-4

ISBN4-591-05977-4

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ISBN4-265-02673-7

 

 

ISBN4-591-05977-4. Focus on civics, law and organization of Japanese society

ISBN4-591-05977-4. Focus on civics, law and organization of Japanese society

Teaching references and resources:

ISBN0-8248-1850-4

ISBN0-8248-1850-4

ISBN4-7700-2757-5

ISBN4-7700-2757-5; Edo the city that became Tokyo; Development of the castle keep, daimyo district. Urban growth (p112)

ISBN4-7700-2954-3 at p.59~ Who built the castles and why?

ISBN4-7700-2954-3 at p.59~ Who built the castles and why?