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    Genki : An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese by Eri Banno

    Japan Times, 2011. Paperback. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.


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    Iro no chigusa [trans.: Color Combinations] by TANAKA, Totsugen

    355 color samples. 26 leaves. Large 8vo, orig. patterned wrappers, orig. block printed title label on upper cover, new stitching. Kyoto: Zeniya Soshiro, 1818. First edition of this handsome book of color samples - 355 in all - for kimono. Tanaka (1767-1823), was a late Edo artist specializing in paintings and screens and was also a designer of highly decorated kimono. He studied in the Kano and Tosa schools of art. This work is concerned with the different colors available to dyers and designers of kimono used for court appearances. The first three pages depict 18 basic hues of red and purple. Subsequent pages show many color combinations suitable for luxurious kimono. Considerations of colors for the outer kimono and inner layers are depicted as well. Each combination has a name, taken from various flowers, blossoms, and other plants. Final four leaves with minor worming.


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    Manuscript on paper, entitled on upper wrapper "Uchi Sakurada kinkata ikken" [trans.: "Record of the Activity at the Inner Sakurada Gate"] by UCHI SAKURADA LOG BOOK

    61 folding leaves, written in a fine & legible hand, several diagrams in the text. 8vo (255 x 158 mm.), self-wrappers, stitched. Edo: copied in 1809 by "Masatoshi Tada." This fascinating document is a copy of a log book, prepared by the guards and government officials who oversaw the activities of the famous Inner Sakurada Gate, part of Edo Castle. Following the title leaf, we find a table of contents with the following sections: 1. number of guards and officials, their positions and roles; 2. rules and regulations of the gate; 3. hours of duty and changing of the guard; 4. the actual log; and 5. annual events and precessions which take place at this gate. As one studies this manuscript, one becomes aware of the inner workings of the shogun's castle in all its complexity on a nearly daily basis: many names are listed, detailed comings and goings of dignitaries and doctors, rules for the workers, security issues in case of fire or earthquakes, armaments at the ready, lists of gifts and supplies for the shogun's household, etc. In fine condition.


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    SUICIDE SQUADS. Axis and Allied Special Attack Weapons of World War II: Their development and their missions by O'Neill, Richard

    London: Salamander Books. 1981. Large octavo size [16x24cm approx]. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in our purpose-made plastic sleeve. A nice copy. Illustrated with Black & White Photographs and Drawings. 296 pages . Hardback.


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    Kaitai hatsumo [trans: Explanation of Human Anatomy] by MITANI, Soshu

    Many fine woodcuts printed in color & many with blind-embossing. Five vols. 8vo, orig. patterned mica-speckled wrappers (some worming carefully repaired), orig. block-printed title labels on upper covers (all the labels a little wormed), new stitching. Osaka: Uozaki Motosaburo [& four others] & Kyoto: Nishimura Kichibei, 1813. First edition, fine and thick-paper copy with special refined coloring and blind embossing of many of the woodcuts, of this important anatomical work which collects the records of three dissections performed in Kyoto in 1783, 1798, and 1802. The author explains them based on theories of both traditional Chinese medicine as well as Western medicine. "A Japanese treatise on anatomy and anatomical dissection in five volumes was published in 1813 by Shoshui or Boku or Koki Mitani (1774-1823) with the title Kaitai hatsumo. This was not the first original Japanese work on dissection, since priority in that respect had been established by the appearance in 1759 of the Zo-shi of Toyo Yamawaki. But that earlier work was short and its illustrative material limited to a few crude drawings of the viscera. Kaitai hatsumo appears, however, to be the first Japanese exposition on the whole system of human anatomy, based upon original observation (including dissection) and knowledge of other anatomical works. An inserted advertisement for this book [not present in this and many other copies] is translated to read as follows: 'This book is Kaitai hatsumo, on some new Dutch theories and moreover some dissections of a real dead body to make it sure. And it has become clear that the Dutch theories are right and the traditional Japanese and Chinese theories which [have been] with us for 3000 years [are] quite wrong.' (Somehow one gets here the impression of a persistent reluctance to relinquish the traditional anatomical beliefs in favor of the European knowledge which had come into Japan. After all, the gross inaccuracies of the traditional teachings had been firmly established by the work of Gempaku Sugita and his friends in the previous century)... "Scattered throughout the text of Kaitai hatsumo is a series of anatomical plates printed in color. These drawings were very well executed, and illustrate the following structures: thoracic and abdominal viscera, in situ; the lungs, with a careful dissection of the bronchial tree; the heart; the diaphragm; the spleen; the stomach; the liver and gall bladder; the kidneys, with their blood supply, and the ureters; the urogenital system, in male and female, with the plexus of veins draining testes and ovaries; the uterus, with Fallopian tubes and ovaries (the ovaries are shown as contained within the uterine tubes); the urinary bladder in the male, with testes and accessory organs of reproduction (seminal vesicles, prostate), and penis; the small and large intestines, with the vermiform appendix; the blood supply to the intestine through the mesentery; the pancreas; a schematic diagram of the lymphatics (called 'water-ducts') associated with the small intestine (the function of the lymphatics, it was believed, was to control blood volume of the body); the general vascular system of the entire body; the system of spinal nerves; and, finally, the gross appearance of the brain... "The last volume of Kaitai hatsumo is in the form of an appendix, written by one of Mitani's pupils named Konsei Minamoto. This work was of sufficient historical importance to be entirely reprinted in a facsimile edition as recently as 1930."-Mestler, A Galaxy of Old Japanese Medical Books with Miscellaneous Notes on Early Medicine in Japan Part I. Medical History and Biography. General Works. Anatomy. Physiology and Pharmacology, pp. 316-18. The woodcuts in this work have been treated quite differently from the regular paper copies: here, there is much blind-embossing, which replaces certain coloring effects, rendering a far more delicate representation. Also, the colors are more far more subtle and finely applied. In spite of the worming, which has been carefully repaired, this is a fine set preserved in a chitsu.


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    Manuscript on paper. Two hand-drawn maps & a diagram of a Japanese sword by OFFICIAL REPORTS & LETTERS FROM THE BAKUMATSU ERA, 1853-1863

    Three parts in two vols. 139; 86 folding leaves. 8vo (235 x 165 mm.), cont. patterned covers (extremities a little worn), new stitching. Edo: ca. 1863. A fascinating compilation of contemporary reports chronicling the first 11 years of the turbulent Bakumatsu era, 1853-67, the period between Commodore Perry's first visit to Japan and the establishment of the Meiji government. These two volumes consist of manuscript copies of high-level official documents in the years 1853 to 1863, describing pivotal moments in Japan's history that fundamentally shaped its relationship to the rest of the world. Heralding the end of the Edo period and a Tokugawa-controlled government, the Bakumatsu period saw Japan end its policy of strict isolationism. The shogun reluctantly accepted that interactions with the rest of the world were unavoidable; however, sizable factions steadfastly and violently resisted opening Japan to the world. The influx of Americans, British, Russians, French, and Dutch in several port cities instigated numerous crimes against foreigners. In one notable incident in January 1861, a group of samurai assassinated a Dutchman named Henry Heusken, who was serving as secretary and interpreter for the American embassy. That summer, at the British legation in Edo, a band of ronin (masterless samurai) attacked ambassador Rutherford Alcock and several other diplomats, killing two. Composed in a single hand, our manuscript preserves firsthand reports on many consequential events during the first ten years of the Bakumatsu period. These include detailed accounts of: -an American ship approaching Haneda in 1853. The text of the letter from President Fillmore delivered by Perry and a hand-drawn map of the Uraga Channel and the positions of American ships follows; -an early sighting from Tsushima Island of a Russian ship on 13 April 1854; -Perry's second expedition; -the 1858 Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Japan and the United States; -the Sakuradamon incident; -the marriage of Princess Kazunomiya to Shogun Iemochi; -the Tenchugumi incident (accompanied by a hand-drawn map of the battlefield); -the Namamugi incident; -the battle of Shimonoseki Straits; -the British bombardment of Kagoshima; -the closure of Yokohama to foreigners; -and many other pivotal events. In most of these episodes, the main figures, both Japanese and Western, are listed. Throughout the two volumes we have eyewitness insights into the reactions and decision-making of Japanese officials as they were confronted with seemingly existential threats. There are several copies of communiqués from the shogun to fiefdom lords, which are either orders or inquiries soliciting advice from the lords. We also learn about contingency plans, the formulation of replies to foreign demands, and efforts to reassure the Japanese people - for example, an order for citizens to pray accompanied the production of 100 special white-silver coins to be donated to temples across the country for good luck. The anxieties of Japanese officials about opening the country to foreigners are expressed repeatedly, and reveal the divide between those accepting of it and those who strove to reverse it. This dilemma came to a head with the Sakuradamon incident, when ronin of the Mito clan brazenly murdered Ii Naosuke, the head diplomat who had signed the 1858 treaty with the United States. This event is described at length in this manuscript, and the account even records the punishments handed down to the perpetrators. In good condition and composed in a legible and neat hand. The volume marked "I & II" on the cover has several worm trenches touching text. The other book has only a few wormholes, which do not touch the text. ❧ Reinier H. Hesselink, "The Assassination of Henry Heusken," Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 49, No. 3 (Autumn, 1994), pp. 331-51. John McMaster, "Alcock and Harris: Foreign Diplomacy in Bakumatsu Japan," Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 22, No. 3/4 (1967), pp. 305-67.


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    Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese [ Teacher's Manual ](2nd Edition) (English and Japanese Edition) by Banno, Eri

    Teachers who first used "Genki" and detailed notes in the whole practice of text teaching and activities such as classes and basic usage of "Genki" flow well, easy is designed for allowing easy-to-understand teaching correctly. Also, as a useful support materials to meet the needs of the recorded of 1000 pages, such as the English translation of the Japan translation, vocabulary and Kanji workbook PDF answer with PowerPoint presentations, text grammar description full and guidance annual report data on the CD-ROM. Special Genki answer all answers of "Genki" text workbook and workbook practice listening scripts included.


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    Kokon kaji biko [trans.: Sword Smithing: Old & Modern] by YAMADA, Yoshimutsu

    Many illus. in the text. Seven vols. 8vo, orig. patterned pale blue wrappers (rubbed), orig. block-printed title labels on upper covers, new stitching. [Japan: ca. 1830]. First edition. The Yamada family of sword testers was famous; for many generations they made a living as executioners and kept detailed records of each sword's performance. Bodies were mounted on a cutting stand and specific cuts were made. One of their toughest tests was to cut centrally through the thorax, the so-called chiwari ("breast splitter"), as it had to go through several ribs. The sword was judged on how many bodies were severed with each type of cut. Following the index in the first volume of the present work, there are three introductory essays: 1) Yamada on the metallurgical processes for making steel for swords; 2) Masahide Kawabe on the manufacturing of swords; and 3) Natae Kamata on the testing of swords. This final essay contains several illustrations of the "testing grounds" for the sharpness of swords: chopping blocks and mounts to secure bodies. The remaining portion of the first volume is devoted to histories of the leading sword smithing families of Japan. Vols. II-IV contain an invaluable dictionary of sword smithing families, alphabetically arranged. The final three volumes contain depictions of hundreds of sword blades, arranged by manufacturer and region. Each manufacturer's seal is illustrated. Fine condition.


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    The Kanji Dictionary by Spahn, Mark & Wolfgang Hadamitzky with Kumiko Fujie-Winter

    Rutland, VT & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1996. WYSIWYG pricing--no added shipping charge for standard shipping within USA. Beige cloth, gilt titles on spine, xviii, 1748, [2] pp. Titles rubbed on spine, shaken rear hinge reglued with acid-free PVA. According to the preface, "What makes this dictionary different from other character dictionaries is that every compound is listed under each of its constituent characters. This multiple listing feature enables the user to look up the desired compound under whichever of its kanji he finds easiest to locate quickly. It is also a big help in deciphering blurry faxes and handwriting." Shipping weight 6 lbs.. . VG/No dj. 23 X 16 cm.


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    Mata Doozo. Please Come Again. Essential Japanese Language and Cultural pointers for hospitality situations. by Hongo, Keiko

    Ascot Vale: Int Press. 1998. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x 30.5cm]. Very Good condition. Black & white illustrations. 136 pages This is a language coursee for absolute beginners, focusing on the types of conversation that typically occur between employees and Japanese tourists or visitors. . 1st Edition. Softcover.


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    An Invitation to Contemporary Japanese by Tohsaku, Yasu-Hiko

    New York et al.: McGraw-Hill, Inc, 1997. WYSIWYG pricing--no added shipping charge for standard shipping within USA. Mostly beige pictorial boards, titles in red, xxvii, 548 pp, index. Covers unusually badly worn, otherwise good, scattered notes & highlighting. Textbook for a beginning-level college course in Japanese for English speakers. Shipping weight 4 lbs. (International 3 lbs., 4 oz.). 11th ptg. . Fair/No dj. 24 X 21 cm.


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    Thunder God Retrieving his Drum with an Anchor. (Kaminari to taiko). by Otsu-e Artist

    Otsu, Japan, early to mid-20th cent. Ink and painted colors on paper. Sheet size: 72 x 25 cm. Image size: 59 x 25 cm. Provenance: Duplicate from the Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. Formerly in the collection of Manly P. Hall.


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    Wisteria Maiden. (Fuji musume.) by Otsu-e Artist

    Otsu, Japan, early to mid-20th cent. Ink and painted colors on paper. Sheet size: 72 x 25 cm. Image size: 43 x 25 cm. Provenance: Duplicate from the Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. Formerly in the collection of Manly P. Hall.


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    - Koto of Ikuta by - Andaki Masaaki

    - Kodansha, 2005. hardcover. Fine/fine. No markings. Mylar covered dust jacket. In Japanese. Always securely packed. Professional booksellers since 1994. Satisfaction guaranteed.


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    Anpuku zukai [trans.: Illustrated Account of Massage] by OTA, Shinsai

    Numerous illus. in the text (many full-page). 30 folding leaves. 8vo, orig. patterned wrappers (rubbed & a little worn, some worming in blank upper margins), orig. block printed title label on upper cover, new stitching. Osaka: 1827. First edition. "The last monograph of importance on massage in old Japan was the Ampuku zukai, compiled and published by Shinsai Ota in 1827, which gave the technique of massage in text and illustrations."-Mestler, A Galaxy of Old Japanese Medical Books, II, pp. 485-86. This work by Ota, a physician in Osaka, serves as the foundation of modern Anpuku therapy. "Anpuku," which means to "ease or calm the abdomen," is a massage therapy which can be traced back to the Nara and Heian periods in Japan (710-1185 A.D.). It is still practiced in Japan. The illustrations depict the therapist applying pressure to various parts of the body, pressure points, a baby receiving a massage, an expectant mother receiving a massage, a self-massage, the therapist massaging the breasts of a woman to stimulate her breast milk, etc. A very nice copy.


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    Happo dano ko [trans.: Study of Drainage from Western Medicine] by TAKEBE, Yu

    Seven full-page woodcuts & a few smaller text illus. 49 folding leaves. 8vo, orig. wrappers, orig. title label on upper cover with title in manuscript, modern stitching. Wakayama: Kasedaya Hiemon et al., 1818. First edition of Takebe's translation and commentary of Lorenz Heister's writings on infections and their treatment. Heister (1683-1758), wrote one of the best and most complete works on surgery of the 18th century. Translated into Japanese, it was enormously successful, introducing Western methods to many Japanese surgeons. Takebe (1782-1842), a samurai, has included here all of Heister's writings on infections and has provided a number of his own cases histories. A number of pharmaceutical recipes are described including aloe (the plant is illustrated on two pages). Methods of lancing are illustrated along with a number of Western surgical instruments. Very nice copy.


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    A very rare shunga entitled Shokanron [or] Shoganron [The Theory of Lascivious Connoisseurship of Women] by (EROTICA)

    Many fine woodcuts (the first color-printed), of which 29 are double-page & 9 are single-page. 50 folding leaves. 8vo, orig. blue wrappers (rubbed), new stitching. [Japan]: "Iki no omoitsuki nari," [a playful pun meaning the publisher is sharing the thoughts of a connoisseur], Preface dated ca. 1764-65. First edition of this fairly early shunga, and extremely rare; no copy listed in WorldCat nor the Union Catalogue of Japanese Books. We have located one copy in the Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto. This is a richly illustrated and witty book in which the author takes a novel approach: he describes how to appraise women from a sexual perspective. We find nothing like this book in the great exhibition catalogue Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art (British Museum: 2013). The text is filled with double-meanings and puns and has almost the quality of a textbook. The beginning of the text states that the proper appreciation of women is of equal importance and gravity as the nine-year contemplation of Buddha by Bodhidharma. The author relates that this book was the result of 57 men with much sexual experience gathering and making a classification of gyokumon (a woman's genital area). Each orifice is discussed and graded. The first woodcut is color-printed and depicts a woman, her internal organs, and the three sexual orifices (one can make a woman pregnant, the others not). The qualities and pleasurable sensations a man derives from each orifice is described. The many explicit woodcuts that follow contain dialogue alongside the images of men and women coupling. The men and women come from very different socio-economic levels and ages (from aristocrats to samurai to merchants to actors to prostitutes), all revealed by their hairstyles, attire, and room interiors. Later woodcuts illustrate the anatomical variations within women (short necks, big hips, etc., also discussed in the text). Towards the end is a section on how to make a good match based on sexual characteristics. Another section describes how not to make a woman pregnant. The date of the Preface is based on two kanji characters that sound like "Horeki 15." The Horeki era ended in year 13 (1763). The Preface was written and signed by "Keichoin," which has sexual connotations based on the characters. The first double-page woodcut did not print well on the recto (nor did the text on the verso) but is largely intact. Minor, mostly marginal, stains to four folding leaves. Minor worming to Preface leaves and, again, minor worming, mostly marginal, towards end. In spite of these defects, this copy is in fine and fresh condition. Preserved in a chitsu.


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    Manuscript albums of notes and the original drawings & paintings relating to his notable publication Rekisei fuzoku joso enkakuzu ko [trans.: Historical Customs & Costumes for the Women] of which a revised edition was published in Tokyo in 1911 by ISHIMOTO, Shuen

    Four vols. & two related vols. Large 8vo (275 190 mm.), orig. patterned wrappers, manuscript labels on upper covers, stitched. Japan: ca. 1911. A fine archive of notes and drawings by Ishimoto, a notable interior decorator and fashion historian in Tokyo. The first volume is devoted to women's court attire and contains 17 highly detailed and fine drawing and paintings, 14 of which are richly colored, of traditional costumes of women of different ranks at court. The artist has included front and back views. These drawings are all executed on graph paper with mica and contain manuscript notes regarding the sources for the illustrations. These drawings were later incorporated into Ishimoto's publication. Tipped-in is a lithographed folding plate - perhaps a proof - with all these images reproduced. There is another lithographed plate depicting the four seasons of color combinations for the attire of the court ladies. The next volume is in three parts: court furniture and boxes belonging to the ladies; makeup, hair styles using ribbons, hair pieces, and eyebrow shapers and brushes; and ceremonial rituals. This volumes contains a number of black and white drawings. Dyeing and weaving are the subjects of the next volume with illustrations of spinning wheels, looms, and dyeing. The fourth volume is devoted to hinagata kimono patterns with a number of fine drawings. The fifth and sixth manuscript volumes describe court attire for samurai of different ranks. These two albums contain 38 fine and delicate brush and ink drawings, 36 of which are finely colored. Fine condition. All of these volumes bear the seal of "Ishimoto Bunko.".


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    Senkeiban [Illustrations of "Tray" Garden Landscapes] by SUMIE (or SUMINOE), Buzen & Aizan, artists

    24 color-printed woodcut illus., of which six are double-page & 18 are full-page. 20 folding leaves. Large 8vo, orig. wrappers (wrappers somewhat soiled), orig. block-printed title label on upper cover, new stitching. [Osaka or Kyoto: very likely issued privately, Preface dated 1808]. First edition, posthumously published, of this extremely rare work by Buzen Sumie (1734-1806), edited by his son, Aizan. WorldCat locates no copy of our edition; there was a later edition issued in 1826 with rather different images and color palette. The Union Catalogue of Early Japanese Books does not record a copy. Small tray or pot landscapes - known in the Edo period as senkeiban - have their origins in 10th century China. The "trays" (in Chinese zhan jing pan or penjing) were made out of copper or pottery. They were filled with soil, rocks, pebbles, sand, plants, and miniature trees, forming elaborately conceived miniature garden landscapes. The landscapes are clearly Chinese in style, with mountains and pagodas surrounded by the sea or rivers (represented by pebbles or sand). Many of the created landscapes include miniature houses, temples, gates, stairways, etc. The descriptive text for many of the images discusses the unity and philosophy involved in the creation and depiction of these miniature landscapes. The extensive explanatory text at the end describes in very great detail how to create the landscapes, materials used, aesthetic considerations, how to care for the plants and trees, etc. Aizan Sumie has provided a most interesting two-page "Afterword" in which he describes the genesis of this book. Buzen Sumie, a bonkei and bonsai artist in the Chinese style, created many senkeiban, and the images in this work are a representative selection of his creations. The selection was made by the publisher Tadataka Katsu, who also wrote a highly complimentary preface. Sumie's teacher was Settei Tsukioka. Very good copy. One image has some soiling. Minor thumbing and soiling. ❧ Brown, Block Printing & Book Illustration in Japan, p. 208-referring to the 2nd ed. of 1826, which she calls "delightful.".


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    Goodnight Bobbie - One Family's War by Dodkin, Marilyn

    Sydney: University of NSW Press. 2006. Near Fine condition. Illustrated with Black & White Photographs and Drawings. 294 pages . 1st Edition. Trade Paperback.


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    Daikoku Shaving Fukurokuji. (Geho no hashigozori.) by Otsu-e Artist

    Otsu, Japan, early to mid-20th cent. Ink and painted colors on paper. Sheet size: 71 x 25 cm. Image size: 33 x 25 cm. Provenance: Duplicate from the Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. Formerly in the collection of Manly P. Hall. Daikoku is the God of Fortune and Fukurokuji is the God of Longevity.


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    Ring of Fire Australian Guerrilla Operations Against the Japanese in World War II by Horton, Dick

    Melbourne: Macmillan. 1983. Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in our purpose-made plastic sleeve. Illustrated with Black & White Photographs and Maps. 164pages . 1st Edition. Hardcover.


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    Figures in a Tent in a Large Vertical Landscape by the Sea by Japanese Shita-e Artist

    Japan: 19th-20th Century. Color ink on Tissue paper. 52 x 30 inches. 132 x 76 cm. A few losses


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    FLOWER ARRANGEMENT ART OF JAPAN by Mary Cokely Wood

    Rutland VT & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1961. Popular Reprint Edition. Paperback. Very Good +/very good. 6 x 8 inches. 125 pages. Paperback book in original cloth-covered folding chemise, as issued. Condition of the book is Very Good+; looks new on all points. Cloth-covered chemise is Very Good; very light wear and fading. STK


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