Tigers, Devils, and Fools: A Guide to Japanese Proverbs

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Beechmont Crest Publishing, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 165 pages
A guide to the most useful and common Japanese proverbs. Proverbs are given in kanji, hiragana, and romaji. English definitions and cultural explanations are included. Recommended for all students of the Japanese language, and anyone with an interest in Japanese culture.

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Neko ni Koban, that is, "giving gold coins to cats" alias "pearls unto swines". The book was intended as a collection of proverbs and saying for someone who is studying Japanese (as a language) and ... Read full review

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