Uchida Eizou Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age, Bio

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For 21.03.2020 – We have next information about Uchida Eizou earnings, net worth: $8,683,641 Dollars*

Source of income: Authors.

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Birth date and age: May 29, 1889

Death date: 1971-04-20

The place of birth (POB): Okayama, Okayama, Japan

Profession:Writer Nationality:Japan

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How tall is Uchida Eizou – 1,71m.**
How much weight is Uchida Eizou – 75kg**
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Summary

Hyakken Uchida (?? ??, Uchida Hyakken, May 29, 1889—April 20, 1971) was a Japanese author and academic. He was born in Okayama, to a family of sake brewers whose business later went bankrupt. His real name is Eizo Uchida (?? ?? Uchida Eiz?). He became a pupil of Natsume S?seki in 1911. He graduated from Tokyo University (Tokyo Imperial University) in 1914. He became professor of German at Imperial Japanese Army Academy in 1916. He later taught at Hosei University (Tokyo). He is the main subject of Akira Kurosawas last film, Madadayo (?????). His novel, Disk of Sarasate (???????, Saras?te no ban) is the inspiration for the film, Zigeunerweisen. He is the author of more than fifteen volumes of writings including I am a Cat: The Fake Version (?????????, Gansaku wagahai ha neko de aru), and Gates Close at Dusk (????, Nichibotsu heimon). In Japan he is well known as a passionate railfan and he made some works on railway travel. A great literary figure in Japan, he has but one book translated into English: Realm of the Dead (?? Meido), a collection of short stories whose title work is perhaps his most well known. A translated excerpt from another collection, Hyakkien Zuihitsu (?????)[Jottings from the GoblinsGarden], appeared in the JAL inflight magazine Skyward, January, 2006: Small Round Things. He had two sons and three daughters.

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