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Zenchū Nakahara (仲原善忠 Nakahara Zenchū, 15 July 1890 – 25 November 1964) was a Japanese scholar, known particularly for his work on the Omoro sōshi, a written collection of songs and poems which constitute an oral history of Okinawa and the Ryūkyū Kingdom. Nakahara was born in Nakazato magiri, on Kumejima. He attended the Okinawa Normal School, and Hiroshima Normal High School, before going on to teach at various schools in Tokyo, Shizuoka prefecture, and elsewhere.

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  • Zenchū Nakahara (仲原善忠, Nakahara Zenchū, 15 juillet 1890 - 25 novembre 1964) est un universitaire japonais, particulièrement connu pour son travail sur le Omoro Sōshi, collection de chants et poèmes qui constitue une histoire orale d'Okinawa et du royaume de Ryūkyū. Nakahara naît dans le magiri de Nakazato sur Kume-jima. Il fréquente le collège d'Okinawa et l'école normale supérieure d'Hiroshima avant d'enseigner dans diverses écoles de Tokyo, de la préfecture de Shizuoka et d'ailleurs.
  • Zenchū Nakahara (仲原善忠 Nakahara Zenchū, 15 July 1890 – 25 November 1964) was a Japanese scholar, known particularly for his work on the Omoro sōshi, a written collection of songs and poems which constitute an oral history of Okinawa and the Ryūkyū Kingdom. Nakahara was born in Nakazato magiri, on Kumejima. He attended the Okinawa Normal School, and Hiroshima Normal High School, before going on to teach at various schools in Tokyo, Shizuoka prefecture, and elsewhere.
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  • Zenchū Nakahara (仲原善忠, Nakahara Zenchū, 15 juillet 1890 - 25 novembre 1964) est un universitaire japonais, particulièrement connu pour son travail sur le Omoro Sōshi, collection de chants et poèmes qui constitue une histoire orale d'Okinawa et du royaume de Ryūkyū. Nakahara naît dans le magiri de Nakazato sur Kume-jima. Il fréquente le collège d'Okinawa et l'école normale supérieure d'Hiroshima avant d'enseigner dans diverses écoles de Tokyo, de la préfecture de Shizuoka et d'ailleurs. Il commence ses premiers travaux sur l'histoire d'Okinawa vers l'âge de 50 ans. Après la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il étudie la religion natale des Ryūkyū, et publie un document qui suscite beaucoup d'éloges de la part de Yanagita Kunio, largement considéré aujourd'hui comme le père de l'ethnologie japonaise. Il publie un certain nombre d'autres textes sur des sujets relatifs à l'histoire d'Okinawa, l'Omoro et l'ethnologie, ainsi qu'un manuel de collège intitulé « Histoire des Ryūkyū » (琉球の歴史, ryūkyū no rekishi).
  • Zenchū Nakahara (仲原善忠 Nakahara Zenchū, 15 July 1890 – 25 November 1964) was a Japanese scholar, known particularly for his work on the Omoro sōshi, a written collection of songs and poems which constitute an oral history of Okinawa and the Ryūkyū Kingdom. Nakahara was born in Nakazato magiri, on Kumejima. He attended the Okinawa Normal School, and Hiroshima Normal High School, before going on to teach at various schools in Tokyo, Shizuoka prefecture, and elsewhere. He first began research into Okinawan history around the age of 50. After the end of World War II, he researched the native Ryukyuan religion, and produced a paper which drew great praise from Yanagita Kunio, widely regarded today as the father of Japanese ethnology. He would go on to produce a number of papers on topics relating to Okinawan history, omoro, and ethnology, as well as a middle school textbook entitled History of Ryukyu (琉球の歴史 ryūkyū no rekishi).
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