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NEW JAPAN. 1959 VOLUME 11 [With article by Yuko Mishima]

by Yuko Mishima and various authors

Condition: VeryGood


Mainichi Newspapers, 1959-01-01. Paperback . VeryGood. Tokyo: Mainichi Newspapers. 1959. Volume 11. 331 pages. Profusely illustrated with photos, etc. and numerous period ads. Some color. Includes two page article by Yukio Mishima on Contemporary Japanese Literature. Also includes: Murals in Modern Architecture; Japanese industry—shipping, iron and steel, cameras, cultured pearls, etc. Also article on volcanoes in Japan, art on matchboxes, confectionary industry, nice color illustrated article on Japanese postage stamps; etc, etc. Color illustrated wraps, folio.. Condition: spine chipped, light edgewear, interior very good clean and bright in a tight binding.. Extra postage required for international shipping: please inquire before ordering.


  • Bookseller: Browsers' Bookstore US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: mon0000119938
  • Title: NEW JAPAN. 1959 VOLUME 11 [With article by Yuko Mishima]
  • Author: Yuko Mishima and various authors
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - VeryGood
  • Quantity available: 2
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Mainichi Newspapers
  • Date published: 1959-01-01

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