L mind but the most obvious one was that the Shogunate whose motto was forbid everything new was too ossified and complex to be the vehicle of national transformation Ryoma s rejection of the values of the Shogunate is seen also in the Tosa daimyo Yodo s ordering the suicide of Takechi Hampeita one of Tosa s most loyal servants and Ryoma s good friend Ryoma s response was With the sole exception of the emperor all the various ranks of shogun daimyo and house elder here in Japan are nothin 150 A great fun read for one of the most popular historical fiction novels in

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If you been hearing about the Japanese hero Ryoma Sakamoto for years and want an in depth fun if not always perfectly accurate tour through the people and issues of the end of the Edo period and transition to Meiji this a fun read. Ryma tells the life story of Sakamoto Ryma one of the great figures in the turmoil that engulfed Japan in the years before the 1868 Meiji Restoration The novel is a masterwork by the prolific historical novelist Shiba Rytar and has sold than 24 million copies in Japan since publication in 1966 and still countingThe novel has everything a winning main character an action packed plot swordfights and romance but it is also a fascinating easy to digest history lesson about Japans response action packed plot swordfights and romance but it is also a fascinating easy to digest history lesson about Japans response the shocking arrival of United States Commodore Matthew Perrys Black Ships off the shores of Japan in 1853 Shiba manages to juggle historical events of those days to tell a rollicking story and he is helped tremendously by the engaging Sakamoto Ryma who starts out as an apolitical low ranking samurai from the countryside a young nobody whose greatest wish is to improve his swordfighting skills in Edo But Ryma gets caught up in the drama of his times and at first unwillingly but later with great gusto he feels that it is his duty to help his country join other nations of the world Shiba takes us through the chain of events that galvanize Ryma and turn him into a popular national hero Ryma is a page turner of high drama and lofty ideals leavened with witty dialogue and lovingly detailed swordfightsThis is Volume II of a four volume serie.
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RYŌMA!: The Life of Sakamoto Ryōma: Japanese Swordsman and Visionary, Volume IIFor the student of modern history few things are fascinating than Japan s three sweeping overnight transformations the Tokugawa isolation from the outside world in 1633 the Meiji restoration and Westernization of 1868 and the embrace outside world in 1633 the Meiji restoration and Westernization of 1868 and the embrace American culture in 1945 However the phenomenon of cultural transformation by national consensus is not uniue to Japan Jared Diamond s Upheaval compares Japan with a number of other nations in particular Finland during the repeated threats to its national existence by Russia In The 20th Century the 20th century the Japanese transformations remain uniue in in the 20th century Still the Japanese transformations remain uniue in sweeping nature of their cultural changes the speed with which they took place and the depth of the consensus that engendered them How did these things come to be Ryoma provides a rare and valuable look behind the curtain of th. Ryma tells the life story of Sakamoto Ryma one of the great figures in the turmoil that engulfed Japan in the years before the 1868 Meiji Restoration The novel is a masterwork by the prolific historical novelist Shiba Rytar and has soldthan 24 million copies in Japan since publication in 1966 and still countingThe novel has everything a winning main character an action packed plot swordfights and romance but it is also a fascinating easy to digest history lesson about Japans response to the shocking arrival of United States Commodore Matthew Perrys Black Ships off the shores of Japan in 1853 Shiba manages to juggle historical events of those days to tell a rollicking story and he is helped tremendously by the engaging Sakamoto Ryma who starts out as an apolitical low ranking samurai from the countryside a young nobody whose greatest wish is to improve his swordfighting skills in Edo But Ryma gets caught up in the drama of his times and at first unwillingly but later with great gusto he feels that it is his duty to help his country join other nations of the world Shiba takes us through the chain of events that galvanize Ryma and turn him into a popular national hero Ryma is a page turner of high drama and lofty ideals leavened with witty dialogue and lovingly detailed swordfightsThis is Volume II of a four volume series. E bald facts the old Edo society rich and complex as it was grappling and struggling with itself and somehow coming out was grappling and struggling with itself and somehow coming out Japan If the Japanese reaction to Commodore Perry s appearance in 1853 like a bull presenting his calling card at the china shop Commodore Perry s appearance in 1853 like a bull presenting his calling card at the china shop Sonno joi revere the Emperor expel the barbarians well indeed the Emperor was restored in 1868 But what happened to expel the barbarians as Japan embraced modernization westernization and opened itself to the world Ryoma himself is a touchstone figure for understanding this paradox In Part I we see him becoming a ronin to devote himself to the sonno joi cause But in Part II he is converted to the cause of creating a modern Japanese navy by shogun agent Katsu Kalshu But the value of many modern things besides ships was becoming clear to Ryoma s origina. Ryma tells the life story of Sakamoto Ryma one of the great figures in the turmoil that engulfed Japan in the years before the 1868 Meiji Restoration The novel is a masterwork by the prolific historical novelist Shiba Rytar and has sold than 24 million copies in Japan since publication in 1966 and still countingThe novel has everything a winning main character an action packed plot swordfights and romance but it is also a fascinating easy to digest history lesson about Japans response to the shocking arrival of United States Commodore Matthew Perrys Black Ships off the shores of Japan in 1853 Shiba manages to juggle historical events of those days to tell a rollicking story and he is helped tremendously by the engaging Sakamoto Ryma who starts out as an apolitical low ranking samurai from the countryside a young nobody whose greatest wish is to improve his swordfighting skills in Edo But Ryma gets caught up in the drama of his times and at first unwillingly but later with great gusto he feels that it is his duty to help his country join other nations of the world Shiba takes us through the chain of events that galvanize Ryma and turn him into a popular national hero Ryma is a page turner of high drama and lofty ideals leavened with witty dialogue and lovingly detailed swordfightsThis is Volume II of a four volume series.