6 edition of Inugami Clan found in the catalog.
by ICG Muse
Written in English
|Contributions||Yumiko Yamazaki (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
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The Inugami clan. [Seishi Yokomizo; Yumiko Yamazaki] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n bgn. Inugami (犬神, "dog god/spirit"), like kitsunetsuki, is a spiritual possession by the spirit of a dog, widely known about in western have seemed firmly rooted until recent years in the eastern Ōita Prefecture, Shimane Prefecture, and a part of Kōchi Prefecture in northern Shikoku, and it is also theorized that Shikoku, where no foxes could be found, is the main base of the inugami.
The Inugami Clan is one of Seishi Yokomizo's most well-known works and is currently the only novel by the popular and prolific author of mystery and detective fiction to have been translated into English. Yokomizo completed The Inugami Clan in Yumiko Yamazaki's English translation was published twice—first by ICG Muse and then again by Stone Bridge /5(3). The lawyer asks the PI to meet him in Nasu, so that the investigator can forestall “events soaked in blood,” which Wakabayashi fears will claim the lives of multiple members of the Inugami clan.
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Kosuke Kindaichi was the most successful series character created by famous Japanese mystery writer Seishi Yokomizo, appearing in over seventy stories. (While the back of book blurb claims The Inugami Clan is the first book in the series, it’s actually at least the by: 1.
The Inugami Curse (), by Yokomizo Seishi (), is the tenth story featuring detective Kosuke Kindaichi, and the second one to be published in English by Pushkin Press. It has been translated by Yamasaki Yumiko. It’s considered a classic of Japanese detective literature/5.
"The Inugami Clan" was a best-selling book in Japan and the story centers around the legendary detective Kosuke Kindaichi. Upon appearance, Kindaichi seems to be a clumsy, stuttering detective with strange habits like constantly scratching his unruly Inugami Clan book 1.
of the Shinshu region, the founder of the Inugami Group, and the so-called Silk King of Japan—died at his lakeside villa in Nasu at the venerable age of eighty-one.
After his death, the rags-to-riches tale of this self-made/5(9). The Inugami Clan is probably one of Japanese detective novelist Seishi Yokomizo's most famous and well received detective novels, the novel has been adapted into movies for at least twice--the first time done masterfully, but the second time of the.
The Inugami Clan is his tenth book and was originally published serially between The story itself is set in with post-World War 2 Japan fueling a major aspect of the plot. His detective Kosuke Kindaichi is practically an icon in Japanese popular culture having appeared in the movies, TV and graphic novels.
Toyohata Village was where the Inugami clan got its start, and this building now visible among the reeds was where Sahei first made his home.
Because of the village’s inconvenience, however, Sahei eventually moved his business headquarters to Upper Nasu. Buy Inugami Clan First ed. by Yokomizo (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 8. The Inugami Clan (犬神家の一族, Inugamike no Ichizoku, January - May ); ISBN ; This novel received two film adaptations by Kon Ichikawa: The Inugami Family inand his remake The Inugamis.
The Sleeping Bride (睡れる花嫁, Nemureru Hanayome, ); ISBN There is an English translation, which I haven't read, by Yumiko Yamazaki (The Inugami Clan, Stone Bridge Press, ). You can read a review of that at the blog Pretty Sinister Books, and of the original book and both ICHIKAWA Kon films (from and ) at B oku no jikenbo.
Posted by at Having finished Yokomizo's The Honjin Murders, I moved right away into his The Inugami Clan -- a) it's the only other novel in this series to have been translated into English and b) I've had this edition sitting on my shelf forever so it was readily n-Vertigo will be releasing another translated edition of this book called The Inugami Curse, available from the UK in.
'One of Yokomizo's best-loved detective tales — Kindaichi must solve a slowly growing string of gruesome murders all connected to the mighty Inugami Clan, and uncover the deeply hidden secrets of the clan along the way.' — Metropolis Japan ‘ may be the year of Seishi Yokomizo. Kosuke Kindaichi was the most successful series character created by famous Japanese mystery writer Seishi Yokomizo, appearing in over seventy stories.
(While the back of book blurb claims The Inugami Clan is the first book in the series, it’s actually at least the fifth/5. The Inugami Clan: A Gothic Tale of Murder from Japan's Master of Crime (Tankobon Hardcover).
About The Inugami Curse. A fiendish classic murder mystery, from one of Japan’s greatest crime writers, featuring the country’s best-loved detective In s Japan, the wealthy head of the Inugami clan dies, and his family eagerly await the reading of the will.
The Inugami Clan is the first English translation of Yokomizo's works, and is the best-selling book in the Detective Kindaichi series.
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'One of Yokomizo's best-loved detective tales -- Kindaichi must solve a slowly growing string of gruesome murders all connected to the mighty Inugami Clan, and uncover the deeply hidden secrets of the clan along the way.' -- Metropolis Japan.
The Inugami Curse (originally published in English as The Inugami Clan) features Yokomizo Seishi's popular protagonist, private investigator Kosuke Kindaichi (with Yokomizo mentioning several of Kindaichi's previous cases -- previous books by Yokomizo -- and alluding to the fact the Kindaichi has made something of a reputation for himself as a detective).
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Book Review: The Inugami Clan by Seishi Yokomizo In a manor on the shores of Lake Nasu, an old man lies dying, surrounded by his kin. But there is no sorrow for the passing of Sahei Inugami in their eyes, only greed for the vast fortune he will be leaving to his clan.Inugami (犬神, Inugami) is one of the executives of the Shikoku Hachijūhakki Yakō, whose real form is that of a giant dog.
His head is able to separate from his body and act on its own to bite open an opponent's throat. The Inugami Clan is a monumental novel revolving around the warring branches of the titular clan over the inheritance of the dead family patriarch, which brims with long-held family secrets, resentment and a series of grotesque murders steeped in symbolism.