Haruchika Noguchi

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Haruchika Noguchi
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BornSeptember 1911
Died1976
NationalityJapan Japanese
OccupationSeitai founder

Haruchika Noguchi (野口 晴哉, Noguchi Haruchika, September 1911 – 1976) was the Japanese founder of Seitai.[1] He established the concept of taiheki.

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Among his many books, three are now available in English translation.

  • Order, Spontaneity and the Body by Haruchika Noguchi. Tokyo, Japan, Zensei, 1985, paperback. ISBN 4-915417-00-X.
  • Colds and their Benefits by Haruchika Noguchi. Tokyo, Japan, Zensei, 1986, paperback. ISBN 4-915417-01-8.
  • Scolding and Praising by Haruchika Noguchi. Tokyo, Japan, Zensei, 1991, paperback. ISBN 4-915417-02-6.

Seitai Inteligencia Vital de Laura López Coto. 2015 ISBN 978-84-944640-0-3 (castellano)

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Preceded by
(none)
Dōshu of Seitai
?? - 1976
Succeeded by
Akiko Noguchi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Order, Spontaneity and the Body by Haruchika Noguchi. Tokyo, Japan, Zensei, 1985, paperback. ISBN 4-915417-00-X..