The book of books. The most read, the most cited of all Japanese literature.
The sacred text of bushidō in the most complete translation. The book of books, the most cited in Japanese literature: maxims, precepts, exemplary stories to teach samurai how to make their existence a perfect gem, how to live and die.
The strategies valid for warriors are useful for managers and are as valid on the battlefield as in the political arena: after three centuries this work retains all its stainless relevance.
Reasons of interest:
The most complete translation of Yamamoto's famous work Tsunetomo, which illustrates the ethics of the samurai in its refined complexity
All the ancient wisdom of the bushi through short stories, advice, memories and aphorisms
One of the greatest masterpieces of Japanese literature in a new, richly commented edition
The most perfect synthesis of the spirit of bushido, the way of the Japanese warrior
Honor, respect for the rules, firmness, loyalty and obedience to the lord: the samurai code of conduct
One of the most significant testimonies about ancient Japan and a useful tool for reflection on ourselves and our lives
Format: 140 × 205 mm
Number of pages: 304