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30/06/2014

Ernst Tim Ernst

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Ernst Tim Ernst

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Cartoonist Ernst captured ‘fish-out-of-water’ gaijin as they floundered

Having often been told by the Japanese that he would “never understand” their culture because he was not one of them, American cartoonist Tim Ernst decided to embrace this notion and deploy it creatively.

Ernst relocated permanently from California to Akita Prefecture in 1981, following an earlier stint as an English teacher in Yamagata Prefecture, where he met his wife of 34 years.
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“I saw the opportunity here to create a character which kind of mirrored an adult version of Charlie Brown from ‘Peanuts,’ ” he says. “Once I established the character, I simply put him in situations I had experienced or was informed of by other gaijins who had.”
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One of the editors at the paper introduced Ernst to Tomy Uematsu, a fan of “Gaijin” who had connections with the publishing department at The Japan Times.
With Uematsu’s help, Ernst was able to pitch the book version of “Gaijin” to The Japan Times, where it was subsequently accepted for publication.
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The original “Gaijin” went through more than 30 reprints in the following years, including translations into Chinese and German, until the mid-2000s, when The Japan Times returned the copyright to Ernst.
- source : Japan Times, June 2014


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Echigoya Merchant 越後屋 and Mitsui 三井

. Edo haikai 江戸俳諧 Haikai circles in Edo .

. Edo Taroo Shigenaga 江戸太郎重長 Edo Taro Shigenaga   .
- The Edo Clan of the Musashi Taira 武蔵江戸氏 Musashi Edo-Shi

Egawa Tarozaemon 江川太郎左衛門 - (1801-1855) - Scholar

. Eguchi 江口 The Courtesan and Fugen Bosatsu .

EIKAN, Priest Eikan 永観 - Yokan
November 2. (1033年) - (1111年12月4日)of Temple Zenrin-Ji


Eisai, Myoan Eisai 明菴栄西 (1141 - 1215)
Eisai Zenji (栄西禅師), literally "Zen master Eisai" - Eisai-Ki 栄西忌


Ekin 絵金 Hirose Kinzo 弘瀬金蔵 Painter of bloody sceenes
Tosa, Akaoka 土佐 赤岡町


. Emon Saburō 衛門三郎 Emon Saburo .
- - - - - beginning of o-settai, Shikoku Henro Pilgrims


Enchi 円智上人 / 圓智上人 Saint Enchi around 610. Shingon priest, active in Tohoku

. Enkan shoonin 円観上人 Saint Enkan Shonin 慧鎮 Echin . (1281 - 1356)

Enku 円空 <> Master Carver Enku san

Ennin, Jikaku Daishi ... 円仁 。慈覚大師仁円 

En no Gyoja 役行者、E no Ozunu 小角 Mountain Ascet
En no Gyooja Ki 役行者忌



Enomoto Shidoo 槐本之道 Shido (1659?−1708)
Tookoo - 東湖 - Toko "East Lake"

Enomoto Seifu-Jo (1731 - 1814) 榎本星布尼

Enomoto Kikaku, Kikaku, Enomoto Kikaku (1661-1707) Takarai Kikaku


Eric Royal, Artist

Ernst Tim Ernst ティム・アーンスト - Gaijin 外人 - modern cartoonist


Escher, M.C. Escher (1898 - 1972)

. Estebe Claude / Claude Estèbe . - Contemporary Photographer / Edo photo collections



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