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Re: [SCA-JML] Information about protocol

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  • Ka'linor Ferrari
    ... Konnichi Wa! www.sengokudaimyo.com is a good reference. You my want to do a google search on etiquette and protocol in Medieval Japan. Ganbatte kudasai!*
    Message 1 of 3 , May 7, 2002
      --- delmonte <delmonte@...> wrote:
      > Konichiwa All
      >
      > i new to the list and it's my first post... I am
      > looking for a few good
      > book or period reference about the japanese protocol
      > and adress use
      > during the sengoku period. I'm searching to find
      > some clear information
      > about how to properly behave between people, how to
      > hold court and when
      > receiving guest or our daimyo.
      >
      > any help would be greatly welcome
      >
      > Okagesamade
      >
      > Yurinochi no Shigemtisu Kokori
      > aka Mathieu Dumontet
      >
      >

      Konnichi Wa!

      www.sengokudaimyo.com is a good reference. You my want
      to do a google search on etiquette and protocol in
      Medieval Japan.

      Ganbatte kudasai!*
      Yamamoto no Ryojiro Michiyoshi



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    • Anthony J. Bryant
      ... I d suggest starting at the Online Miscellany, at http://www.sengokudaimyo.com . Other than that, feel free to bring up anything that you want to discuss.
      Message 2 of 3 , May 7, 2002
        delmonte wrote:

        > Konichiwa All
        >
        > i new to the list and it's my first post... I am looking for a few good
        > book or period reference about the japanese protocol and adress use
        > during the sengoku period. I'm searching to find some clear information
        > about how to properly behave between people, how to hold court and when
        > receiving guest or our daimyo.
        >

        I'd suggest starting at the Online Miscellany, at
        http://www.sengokudaimyo.com .

        Other than that, feel free to bring up anything that you want to discuss.
        That's what we all live for.<G>


        Effingham
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