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IZUMI: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Jepang (e-ISSN: 2502-3535, p-ISSN: 2338-249X) merupakan media yang diciptakan oleh Program Studi Bahasa dan Kebudayaan Jepang Universitas Diponegoro untuk menampung tulisan-tulisan ilmiah mengenai hasil-hasil penelitian, juga ide dan pemikiran tentang bahasa, sastra, dan budaya Jepang. IZUMI terbit reguler dua kali dalam satu tahun (bulan Juni dan Desember). IZUMI memuat artikel yang terkait dengan bidang ilmu Bahasa, Sastra, Sejarah, dan Budaya Jepang. Artikel yang diterima redaksi akan di review oleh peer reviewer dengan tujuan untuk menjaga kualitas artikel.
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MAKNA VERBA MAJEMUK ~KIRU DALAM BAHASA JEPANG Kajian Struktur dan Semantis Taqdir, Taqdir
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.42-49

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Abstract  The purpose of this paper is to know the structure of compound verb (V + V) in Japanese. The structure is a forming of zenkoudoushi (first verb) and koukoudoushi (second verb). The second verb is kiru. And the first verbs are joutai doushi (statis) keizoukudoushi (contuinity), shunkandoushi (fungtual), and daiyoushudoushi (the four verb). This classification from the Kindaichi’s classification. As a single verb kiru means to cut, to slice, to decide, and to turn off. When it combined with other verbs, the verb kiru will form a compound verb which has several meanings. Commonly, compound verb kiru has two meanings, namely in terms of lexical meaning and syntactical meaning. Lexically, compound verb kiru means setsudan ‘cutting’ and shuketsu ‘ends/over’, while syntactically this verb means kyokudo ‘extraordinary/ infinite’ and kansui ‘perfective’. The compound verb ~kiru which attached to continuity (keizokudoushi) has meaning as setsudan ‘cutting’, shuketsu ‘ends/over’, and kansui ‘perfective’, while when it is attached to the punctual verb (shuunkandoushi) means kyokudo ‘extraordinary/ infinite’.  Keyword : zenkoudoushi, koukoudoushi, compound verb, ~kiru 
ALAM SEMESTA (LINGKUNGAN) DAN KEHIDUPAN DALAM PERSPEKTIF BUDHISME NICHIREN DAISHONIN Wilujeng, Sri Rahayu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.10-18

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Abstract Buddhism taught by Sidhartha Gautama in India about two thousand years B.C. has spread throughout the world. From India to Tibetan Buddhism evolved, China and into Japan. Buddhism in Japan has distinct characteristics compared to Buddhism elsewhere. In Japan, Buddhism is mixed with a strong Japanese spirituality. This paper is the result of a brief research on the book, as well as the Buddhists by means of dialogue. The general objective of this paper is to get a general idea of the concept of Nichiren cosmology, particularly on the subject of the universe (environment) and life. The specific objective of this paper is the growing awareness to be open to understand other religions. It takes an attitude to want to investigate a  religion without fanaticial attitude or prejudice.  Key words: Nichiren Daishonin, Universe, Life
KANSHA TO WABI Hesti Aprilia Nindia Rini, Elizabeth Ika Hesti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.1-9

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Abstract  Greetings seems not important, but it is necessary in human relationship. Not to know how to use greetings can lead us to misunderstandings that would be bad for the relationship that has existed. Kansha (gratitude) and wabi (apology) is one of them. Kansha and wabi expressed using standard existing idiomatic expressions, describing the facts that occurred, describing the feeling of the speaker, an expression that is not a word. Keywords : greetings, kansha, wabi
DAMPAK PERMASALAHAN HIDUP EMPAT TOKOH UTAMA TERHADAP KEPRIBADIAN DALAM NOVEL AUTO KARYA NATSUO KIRINO Hastuti, Nur
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.19-33

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Abstract  This ressearch has title” The Impact of  The Fourth Main Characters’  Life Problem Toward Their Characteristic In The Novel  Auto By Natsuo Kirino”. The objects ressearch is novel Auto by Natsuo Kirino that was published in 1997. This ressearch has aim to get the description of characteristic structure of the four main characters that includes id, ego, and superego, and also about what are the effects of life problem toward their characteristics. The theoritical approach that is used in this ressearch is to answer those both problems and  uses Sigmund Freud’s Psychoanalisist.From the characteristics ressearch result of the four main characters, they are Masako, Yayoi, Yoshie, and Kuniko,  it is proved that their characteristics are more dominated by id impuls than ego impuls or superego. This is because work characteristic of  id is pleasure principle to reduce tension or problem.The impact of life problem toward the characteristic of four main characters is descibed below.  Masako has problem when she is never respected in her workplace. Difficult communication with her husband and her  household that is not harmonious and her relationship with her children is not getting well. Those problems effect she does main action to reduce her tension in her life. She also helps her friend, Yayoi by throwing away Yayoi’s husband corpse that had been mutilated. Yayoi has problem with her husband who never respects her and her household that is not harmonious. Solution that is done by Yayoi because of  household problem is by doing main action by killing her husband. Another character, Yoshie has a problem  where she must nurse her mother in law who always  grumble and gets angry to her when she come late. She must also work in the night to earn money to fulfill her  needs. Those facts cause fury  to Yoshie, so that she wants to kill her mother in law. Yoshie wants to leave out all her burdens and tensions by helps Masako to throw away Kenji’s corpse (Yayoi’s husband). Another character,  Kuniko has problem about she feel that she has no face beauty and perfect body shape, so that she lives in luxurious way and has many debts to the creditors to cover her lack. She does this way to reduce her tension in her life. Keywords: novel, main character, life problem, psychoanalisist
GERAK TANGAN SEBAGAI ISYARAT DALAM MASYARAKAT JEPANG DAN MASYARAKAT INDONESIA Ratna, Maharani Patria
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.34-41

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Abstract  This article describes phenomenon of similarities and differences gestures which have similarities and differences in the interpretation of the meaning of Japan society and Indonesia society. In Japan society and Indonesia society, equations of motion cues with similar meaning indicating similarities mindsets. In contrast, differences in gestures with different meanings show different mindset. This paper also describes some cases phenomenon of gesture interpretation misunderstandings caused by cultural differences between speaker and listener. To learn a language, is to learn the culture contained therein  Keywords: gestures, mindsets, society, culture, phenomenon
VERBA DALAM KALIMAT PASIF BAHASA JEPANG Rosliana, Lina
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.50-53

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Abstract Verb, is an important element to build a sentence in every language, including Indonesian and Japanese. When we make a complete sentence in Japanese, we use verb as a marker of activity or situation. Like every kind of verb in every language in this world, Japanese verb shows its uniqueness, if we see from the form, the function, or the meaning of it. Verb in Japanese passive voice is marked by –rareru or –reru (V-rareru or V-reru) conjugation that comes in the end of the verb. It stands as a bound morpheme and has a grammatical meaning.  Key words: Japanese, verb, passive voice, conjugation
MANIFESTASI HEROISME DALAM TRADISI JEPANG DAN JAWA Persamaan dan Perbedaan Dongeng Momotarō dan Epos Bharatayuda Noviana, Fajria
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.54-68

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Abstract This comparative study was conducted to find out how heroism in Japanese and Javanese traditions is manifested into two literary works representing those traditions:  Momotarō and Bharatayuda. This study is also aimed to find out the similarities of heroism manifestation in the two traditions. The reason for conducting this study is from the assumption that heroism is a universal concept. Therefore, such heroisms have similarities although they may come from different traditional backgrounds. Structural analysis and binary opposition were used in this study. The structural analysis was used to obtain the data on traditional background of the areas and the actions done by the main characters, while binary opposition was used to obtain the data on the main characters’ heroic actions which were then concluded as the heroic manifestation. The result shows that the heroismmanifestation in Japanese and Javanese traditions has the following things in common: 1) conquering enemies, 2) protecting the members of the group, 3) keeping promise, 4) recompense, and 5) acting ethically. The result of this study can also prove the truth of the assumption.  Key words: heroism, heroic actions, Japanese and Javanese traditions
MODEL PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER DALAM MASYARAKAT JEPANG Mulyadi, Budi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.69-80

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Abstract  This research entitled The Model of Character Education in Japanese society. The main goal of this research is to know how the model of character education in Japanase society is done. This research is combination between field and library research. Main methods are observation, interview, intepretation. There are unique  character in Japanese society in which couldn’t be found in other nations. Spirit of Bushido (discipline, honest, tough, work hard) is foundations of Japanese character. This such a character building is deserve to become an example to Indonesia. Japan shows us, they build character successfully. Japan become a developed modern nation without losing their core values and cultural.  Key word: Charakter Building, Japanese Society and culture, Bushido
BERTUTUR SANTUN MELALUI TTL Hamidah, Idah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.81-91

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Abstract Courtesy ( politeness ) is one of the recalled strategies to maintain good relations between speaker and hearer . In this study, politeness is defined as the awareness of speakers will image the hearer; a concept called ‘the face’ (Brown and Levinson, 1987). To express politeness, one of which is realized with indirect speech act (TTL), for example, to declare a function directive, speakers can use direct speech (TL) with the imperative sentences and use TTL with declarative or interrogative sentences. This study aims to find a form of directive utterances in Japanese as well as politeness strategies. The benefit of this research is to provide choice to the learner how to speak Japanese, especially for express orders using TTL. Data obtained through the identification process to find speech that is suspected to contain commands mean. This step begins by identifying and marking the discourse in the form of dialogues that contains the event said directive . Directive speech is then transcribed (romanization) , which over the alphabet of Japanese characters into Latin letters. After transcription, triangulation to native speakers. Subsequently translation (transliteration) of the Japanese language as the source language (BS) into the Indonesian language as the target (BT). The translation process includes : (1) translation literally, is glossed words each forming the speech or discourse; (2) a free translation, the translation is bound context that focuses on BT. This is done so that the translation is communicative. Based on the results of the study found seven forms of expression TTL directive to express politeness in Japanese , namely : Form [ VTE ] , [ ~ mashō ] , [ ~ kara ] , [ ~ te hoshii ] , [ ~ yattorun ? ] , [ ~ U / yo ] , and [ ~ yoni suru shikanai ] . Keywords : command ; TTL ; politeness ; directive ; imperative
EKSPRESI THUMOS MISHIMA YUKIO DALAM NOVEL KINKAKUJI Fadli, Zaki Ainul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.3.1.92-101

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In the social study, there is a concept about strong desire to be recognized by others named thumos. Mishima as a Japanese ultranasionalist have a value about guarding the traditional Japanese values. Among of these values is the absolute position of Japanese emperor in the state. If Mishima’s thumos which expressed in the novel linked with his ideology, there is strong similarity between the protagonist’s disappointment and Mishima’s critics related with the Japanese society. Those assumptions supported by novel’s structural aspects. 

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