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About Old-believers in Japanese

On March 25, 2019, the House of Russia Abroad (named in honor of A. Solzhenitsyn) held a presentation of the book “Russian Old-believers: History and Culture” (editors H. Sakamoto, A. Nakazawa. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2019; in Japanese). The collective monograph, compiled for the first time for Japanese readers, details such a unique historical, religious and cultural phenomenon in Russia – the Old-believers.

About Old-believers in Japanese

The book is the result of many years of work by historians and literary scholars of the Japanese Society of Researchers of the Old-believers. The publication has five sections and 16 chapters on various aspects of the history and culture of Russian Old-believers. Particular attention is paid to the resettlement and emigration of Old-believers in the Eastern part of Russia and abroad.

The presentation was attended by Professor A. Nakazawa of the University of Toyama, Associate Professor I. Miyazaki of the National Institute of Technology (Toyama College), and Doctor of Philology E.M. Yuhimenko. The event was also attended by Metropolitan of Moscow and All Rus’, Korniliy.

About Old-believers in Japanese

The House of Russia Abroad (named in honor of A. Solzhenitsyn) hosted the presentation of the book “Russian Old-believers: History and Culture” in Japanese.

On March 25, 2019, the House of Russia Abroad (named in honor of A. Solzhenitsyn) held a presentation of the book “Russian Old-believers: History and Culture” (editors H. Sakamoto, A. Nakazawa. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2019; in Japanese). The collective monograph, compiled for the first time for Japanese readers, details such a unique historical, religious and cultural phenomenon in Russia – the Old-believers.

The book is the result of many years of work by historians and literary scholars of the Japanese Society of Researchers of the Old-believers. The publication has five sections and 16 chapters on various aspects of the history and culture of Russian Old-believers. Particular attention is paid to the resettlement and emigration of Old-believers in the Eastern part of Russia and abroad.

The presentation was attended by Professor A. Nakazawa of the University of Toyama, Associate Professor I. Miyazaki of the National Institute of Technology (Toyama College), and Doctor of Philology E.M. Yuhimenko. The event was also attended by Metropolitan of Moscow and All Rus’, Korniliy.