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Nihonjin no isshō = Japanese and their passing rites / [Saitō Shūichi shippitsu]
日本人の一生 / [斎藤修一執筆]
Bib ID 2839539
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Nihongo Kyoiku Gakkai, Shōwa 56 [1981] 
東京 : 日本語教育学会, 昭和56 [1981] 
2 v. : ill., mapages ; 26 cm. 
Series

Nihon jijo shirizu.

Notes

Vol. 2: English vocabulary list.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Japanese language -- Readers.  |  Japanese language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers.
Other authors/contributors Saitō, Shūichi  |  Nihongo Kyōiku Gakkai (Japan)
斎藤修一  |  日本語教育学会(Japan)
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