4 edition of Japanese abacus explained found in the catalog.
Japanese abacus explained
Originally published, Tokyo: Kyo Bun Kwan, 1937.
|Statement||with an introduction by Martin Gardner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 240p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Yoshino. Paperback Book Free shipping over $ This tutorial shows, in basic form, the main concepts for the initiation in the use of the Japanese or Soroban abacus. It is explained for children, but it is equally suitable for adults who want.
Japanese words for abacus include 算盤, ソロバン, 十露盤 and ほろ. Find more Japanese words at. The Japanese abacus, the soroban, is also two-leveled but it has one bead on the top level, four on the bottom.
For both of these abaci, the top level represents heaven and the bottom level.