70 Japanese gestures : no language communication

Hamiru-aqui ; translated by Aileen Chang

Who needs to speak Japanese? There's a lot you can say with traditional hand gestures and body motions that are universal as well as uniquely Japanese. This whimsical look at "the language of no language" will teach you to hurl insults, flirt, agree, excuse yourself, cross the street, and even make promises--wordlessly! (And who is that stoic guy wearing a suit in all the photos?) Finally, a way to tell someone at a loud party, "Your underwear is showing," in four easy hand motions. This is a book for the serious student, the class clown, and the crazy guy at Akihabara Station hoping to communicate with Godzilla.Hamiru-aqui is a Japanese artist based in Tokyo.

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書名 70 Japanese gestures : no language communication
著作者等 Chang, Aileen
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Aileen Chang
Hamiru-Aqui
出版元 Stone Bridge Press
刊行年月 c2004
ページ数 158 p.
大きさ 18 cm
ISBN 9781933330013
NCID BA81515587
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言語 日本語
英語
出版国 日本
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