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Edited by Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee
Utilizing perspectives from international law, international relations, and history, this volume provides a balanced perspective on territorial disputes in Northeast Asia highlighting the issue of Dokdo which is disputed between Korea and Japan.
by Ōta Gyūichi. Translated and edited by J.S.A. Elisonas and J.P. Lamers
Shinchō-Kō ki, the work translated here into English under the title “The Chronicle of Lord Nobunaga,” is the most important source on the career of one of the best known figures in all of Japanese history—Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582), the first of the “Three Heroes” who unified Japan after a ...
This book analyzes the reception of artisanal pizza in Japan through the lens of professional pizza chefs. The movement of food and workers, and the impact that such movements have on the artisanal workers occupation are at issue.
Edited by: Yuki Tanaka, Tim McCormack and Gerry Simpson
By John Knight,
This book is a detailed study of monkey parks in Japan. It describes how the parks manage free-ranging macaque troops for touristic display and examines the various problems that arise, as well as proposals for park reform.
William S. Rodner
The Japanese artist Yoshio Markino enjoyed a successful career in early twentieth century London as an artist and author. This book examines his uniquely Asian perspective on British society and culture at a time when Japan eagerly sought engagement with the West.
Louis Allen’s work on Japan dominated his prodigious output as a scholar, researcher and writer and received great attention internationally. This collection focuses on Japan and the Pacific War, the post-war conflicts in Burma, Malaya and Indochina, and the immediate post-war years in the ...
Through analysis of sculptural representations of the Medicine Buddha (J: Yakushi Nyorai), this book offers a fresh perspective on the seminal role played by Saichō and the Tendai school in disseminating this devotional cult throughout Japan during the Heian period.
Magnificent art and architecture created for the emperor with the financial support of powerful warlords at the beginning of Japan’s early modern era (1580s-1680s) testify to the continued cultural and ideological significance of the imperial family. Works created in this context are discussed ...
Edited by Peter O'Connor, Musashino University, Tokyo
The second series of Critical Readings offers in ten volumes a selection of sixty-two English-language pamphlets, press and journal articles, many extremely rare. This selection of valuable primary media history resources – published between 1906 and 1948 – takes Japan’s agenda from the ...
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