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Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony by  translated and adapted by)  Tatsusaburo; Masao Nakamura; Seizo Hayashiya; (Joseph P. Macadam - First English Edition, Second Printing - 1980 - from Ultramarine Books (SKU: 003890)

Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony

Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony by  translated and adapted by)  Tatsusaburo; Masao Nakamura; Seizo Hayashiya; (Joseph P. Macadam - First English Edition, Second Printing - 1980 - from Ultramarine Books (SKU: 003890)

Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony

by Hayashiya, Tatsusaburo; Masao Nakamura; Seizo Hayashiya; (Joseph P. Macadam, translated and adapted by)

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  • hardcover
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ISBN 10
0834810255
ISBN 13
9780834810259
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New York / Tokyo: Weatherhill / Heibonsha, 1980 186 pages; 200 illustrations color and b&w; 3 foldouts. Foldouts 1 and 2 are the verso and recto of the same sheet; foldout 3 is a stand-up model of a teahouse, which may be removed and assembled though it would destroy the book. Volume 15 of The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art. Light foxing to the top edge; clean throughout; both book and jacket are nearly fine.. First English Edition, Second Printing. Decorated paper-covered boards. Very Good/Very Good. 9"x 7 .

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Bookseller
Ultramarine Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
003890
Title
Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony
Author
Hayashiya, Tatsusaburo; Masao Nakamura; Seizo Hayashiya; (Joseph P. Macadam, translated and adapted by)
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Very Good
Edition
First English Edition, Second Printing
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0834810255
ISBN 13
9780834810259
Publisher
Weatherhill / Heibonsha
Place of Publication
New York / Tokyo
Date published
1980
Keywords
japanese tea ceremony

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A book in fine condition exhibits no flaws. A fine condition book closely approaches As New condition, but may lack the...[more]
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