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My Life in Japanese Art and Gardens: From Entrepreneur to Connoisseur (Hardback) - Adachi Zenko
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[EAN: 9781933330860], Neubuch, [PU: Stone Bridge Press, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|Business, Language: English . Brand New Book. True to my zodiac, I m a reckless, charging, wild boar kind of man. Rushing ahead without looking right or left has often left me with honorable--or maybe not so honorable--scars on my shins and shoulders. --Adachi Zenko In his own words, Adachi Zenko (1899-1990) tells how a scrappy and impoverished boy from rural Japan turned the profits from his flair for daring and dealmaking into a world-class museum and garden. A poor student, bullied in school, the gregarious Adachi learned to seize on every opportunity that came his way. He began as a lowly coal hauler and, after a short stint in the military--aided by his ready, practiced smile--built a series of businesses in Osaka. Always the opportunist, during WWII he sold the army swords while buying up timberland for the expected postwar boom. He was a rice broker, a textile wholesaler, and a real estate man. He went to jail (unjustly). He had close friends who both loved and betrayed him. In the end, Adachi always pursued his three unshakeable passions: art, women, and Japanese gardens. When he was seventy, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by founding the Adachi Museum of Art. With 500,000 visitors per year, today it boasts one of Japan s best Nihonga and ceramics collections amidst a spectacular garden rated by Sukiya Living as the finest in Japan. Lively, refreshingly frank, and full of insights into the uniquely Japanese pursuit of business and pleasure, this book presents a full-blooded portrait of a creative, vigorous entrepreneur.

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[EAN: 9781933330860], Neubuch, [PU: Stone Bridge Press, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|Business, Language: English . Brand New Book. True to my zodiac, I m a reckless, charging, wild boar kind of man. Rushing ahead without looking right or left has often left me with honorable--or maybe not so honorable--scars on my shins and shoulders. --Adachi Zenko In his own words, Adachi Zenko (1899-1990) tells how a scrappy and impoverished boy from rural Japan turned the profits from his flair for daring and dealmaking into a world-class museum and garden. A poor student, bullied in school, the gregarious Adachi learned to seize on every opportunity that came his way. He began as a lowly coal hauler and, after a short stint in the military--aided by his ready, practiced smile--built a series of businesses in Osaka. Always the opportunist, during WWII he sold the army swords while buying up timberland for the expected postwar boom. He was a rice broker, a textile wholesaler, and a real estate man. He went to jail (unjustly). He had close friends who both loved and betrayed him. In the end, Adachi always pursued his three unshakeable passions: art, women, and Japanese gardens. When he was seventy, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by founding the Adachi Museum of Art. With 500,000 visitors per year, today it boasts one of Japan s best Nihonga and ceramics collections amidst a spectacular garden rated by Sukiya Living as the finest in Japan. Lively, refreshingly frank, and full of insights into the uniquely Japanese pursuit of business and pleasure, this book presents a full-blooded portrait of a creative, vigorous entrepreneur.

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[EAN: 9781933330860], [SC: 5.0], Biography & Autobiography|Business, Jacket, Berkeley :. Stone Bridge Press, 2010. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 256 pp.- In his own words, Adachi Zenko (1899-1990) tells how a scrappy and impoverished boy from rural Japan turned the profits from his flair for daring and dealmaking into a world-class museum and garden. A poor student, bullied in school, the gregarious Adachi learned to seize on every opportunity that came his way. He began as a lowly coal hauler and, after a short stint in the military--aided by his ready, practiced smile--built a series of businesses in Osaka. Always the opportunist, during WWII he sold the army swords while buying up timberland for the expected postwar boom. He was a rice broker, a textile wholesaler, and a real estate man. He went to jail (unjustly). He had close friends who both loved and betrayed him. In the end, Adachi always pursued his three unshakeable passions: art, women, and Japanese gardens. When he was seventy, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by founding the Adachi Museum of Art. With 500,000 visitors per year, today it boasts one of Japan's best Nihonga and ceramics collections amidst a spectacular garden rated by Sukiya Living as "the finest in Japan." Lively, refreshingly frank, and full of insights into the uniquely Japanese pursuit of business and pleasure, this book presents a full-blooded portrait of a creative, vigorous entrepreneur.English text. Condition : as new. Condition : als nieuw. ISBN 9781933330860[KEYWORDS: JAPAN, *

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[EAN: 9781933330860], Jacket, Berkeley :. Stone Bridge Press, 2010. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 256 pp.- In his own words, Adachi Zenko (1899-1990) tells how a scrappy and impoverished boy from rural Japan turned the profits from his flair for daring and dealmaking into a world-class museum and garden. A poor student, bullied in school, the gregarious Adachi learned to seize on every opportunity that came his way. He began as a lowly coal hauler and, after a short stint in the military--aided by his ready, practiced smile--built a series of businesses in Osaka. Always the opportunist, during WWII he sold the army swords while buying up timberland for the expected postwar boom. He was a rice broker, a textile wholesaler, and a real estate man. He went to jail (unjustly). He had close friends who both loved and betrayed him. In the end, Adachi always pursued his three unshakeable passions: art, women, and Japanese gardens. When he was seventy, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by founding the Adachi Museum of Art. With 500,000 visitors per year, today it boasts one of Japan's best Nihonga and ceramics collections amidst a spectacular garden rated by Sukiya Living as "the finest in Japan." Lively, refreshingly frank, and full of insights into the uniquely Japanese pursuit of business and pleasure, this book presents a full-blooded portrait of a creative, vigorous entrepreneur.English text. Condition : as new. Condition : fine (as new) copy. ISBN 9781933330860 KEYWORDS: JAPAN, *

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[EAN: 9781933330860], [SC: 9.0], Jacket, Berkeley :. Stone Bridge Press, 2010. Hardcover. Dustjacket. 256 pp.- In his own words, Adachi Zenko (1899-1990) tells how a scrappy and impoverished boy from rural Japan turned the profits from his flair for daring and dealmaking into a world-class museum and garden. A poor student, bullied in school, the gregarious Adachi learned to seize on every opportunity that came his way. He began as a lowly coal hauler and, after a short stint in the military--aided by his ready, practiced smile--built a series of businesses in Osaka. Always the opportunist, during WWII he sold the army swords while buying up timberland for the expected postwar boom. He was a rice broker, a textile wholesaler, and a real estate man. He went to jail (unjustly). He had close friends who both loved and betrayed him. In the end, Adachi always pursued his three unshakeable passions: art, women, and Japanese gardens. When he was seventy, he fulfilled a lifelong dream by founding the Adachi Museum of Art. With 500,000 visitors per year, today it boasts one of Japan's best Nihonga and ceramics collections amidst a spectacular garden rated by Sukiya Living as "the finest in Japan." Lively, refreshingly frank, and full of insights into the uniquely Japanese pursuit of business and pleasure, this book presents a full-blooded portrait of a creative, vigorous entrepreneur.English text. Condition : as new. Condition : as new. ISBN 9781933330860[KEYWORDS: JAPAN, *

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My Life in Japanese Art and Gardens: From Entrepreneur to Connoisseur
Autor:

Zenko, Adachi

Titel:

My Life in Japanese Art and Gardens: From Entrepreneur to Connoisseur

ISBN-Nummer:

1933330864

How a poor yet scrappy young man made a fortune and built a world-class art museum.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781933330860
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1933330864
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: STONE BRIDGE PR
261 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,494 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1933330864

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
1-933330-86-4, 978-1-933330-86-0

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