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#1 2010-01-24 08:02:54

katayose
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Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

Let me introduce a website introduced by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke, only in Japanese,though. You can order Tozanryu Honkyoku pieces by e-mail.

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#2 2010-01-24 08:13:12

katayose
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

Sorry to forget posting web address. 
http://www.shintozanryu.jp/index.html
http://www.shintozanryu.jp/shop.html

Last edited by katayose (2010-01-24 18:53:14)

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#3 2010-01-24 12:36:35

geni
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

will help if there is some info in english ;-)

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#4 2010-01-24 15:32:10

Tairaku 太楽
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

I wonder why Knob-U-ryu™ doesn't have its own website?


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#5 2010-01-24 16:58:32

Josh
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

I agree with Geni, the Online Shop part is nice but I think you at least need to write the Romaji next to the Kanji if you want people to choose and buy.

The Knob-U-ryu™ website should definitely be translated into various languages. This would become the largest international shakuhachi organization ever!
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#6 2010-01-24 22:54:51

Matt Lyon
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

If you want to read it just use google translate. Here is a direct link.

http://translate.google.com/translate?j … &tl=en

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#7 2010-01-25 00:11:00

edosan
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Re: Introduction of new Shakuhachi website by Shin-Tozanryu-Souke

Ain't worth diddly without sound samples, and it's unclear even how to purchase whatever.


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