songs

Songs about Manshu:

songsManshu March by Karl Barthel The Munich All Star Brass from the Album Marching Around the World (Impressions)

songsManshu March Homelike Tavern by The Munich All Star Brass from the Album Marching Around The World - Impressions

songsManshu-Musume (???) by Koichi Sugii from the Album Japanese Jazz & Salon Music, 1936-1941, Vol. 3

books

Books about Manshu:

booksManshu no fudosanken ni kansuru chosa (Vol-1) (Japanese Edition) by Masaji. Hirotsu (Apr 29, 2012)

booksManshu Chuo Ginkoshi: Tsuka, kinyu seisaku no kiseki (Japanese Edition)

booksManshu Jihen sono zenya (Gekiroku Nihon daisenso) (Japanese Edition) by Yasushi Hara

booksManshu no tanjo: Nichi-Bei masatsu no hajimari (Maruzen raiburari) (Japanese Edition) by Naoyuki Kubo

booksManshu dasshutsu: Manshu Chuo Ginko kanbu no taiken (Chuko shinsho) (Japanese Edition) by Hidekatsu Takeda (0010)

booksManshu, 1945.8.9, Sorengun shinko to Nihongun (Japanese Edition) by Takashi Nakayama

booksNakajima Ki.27A-B, Manshu Ki.79A-B in Japanese Army Air Force-Manchoukuo-IPSF RACAF-PLAAF & CAF Service (Aircam... by Richard M. Bueschel and Richard Ward (1970)

wiki

Wiki information Manshu:

Su Manshu
Author, Person, Deceased Person

Su Manshu was a Chinese writer, poet, painter, revolutionist, and a translator. He was born as Xuanying in 1884 in Yokohama, Japan. He later adopted Su Manshu as a Buddhist name. His father was a Cantonese merchant, and his mother was his father's...

Manshu-in

Manshu-in, also known as the Manshuin Monzeki, is a Tendai temple located near the Shugakuin Imperial Villa at Sakyō-ku, Ichijo-ji, Takenouchi-cho, in northeast Kyoto, Japan. The temple was founded by Dengyo Daishi in the 8th century. It was then...