Flash Fiction: Close Encounters at Festival Time

Robert Koeze - Friday, June 17, 2016

Fiction Fridays is a new online series from Stone Bridge Press devoted to bringing readers short stories from and about Japan. This piece is from Darcy Petersen and was inspired by a collection of several awkward encounters she experienced as a naïve girl living and traveling in Japan.  Read More


Review: School Library Journal on "Foundations of Chinese Civilization" by Jing Liu

Robert Koeze - Thursday, June 16, 2016

We're very excited to share what School Library Journal has to say about Jing Liu's Foundations of Chinese CivilizationRead the review below or check it out hereRead More


Flash Fiction: Ah Matsushima! Twice is not enough

Robert Koeze - Friday, June 10, 2016

Fiction Fridays is a new online series from Stone Bridge Press devoted to bringing readers short stories from and about Japan. This piece is from Portland author R.J. Jim” Mockford and was inspired by old memories and recent travels to Japan’s most exotic and scenic areas after the tsunami of 2011.  Read More



Being Japanese American

by Gil Asakawa

A celebration of JA culture: facts, recipes, songs, words, and memories that every JA will want to share.

Foundations of Chinese Civilization (vol. 1)

by Jing Liu
A fun way to learn about China in a visual, informative comic-style history

Japaneseness

by Yoji Yamakuse

Can traditional Japanese life concepts--like loyalty, harmony, meticulousness--make sense in Western societies? Here are 76 ideas for "decluttering the spirit."

The Inland Sea

by Donald Richie

The complete version of the travel writing classic with photography by Yoichi Midorikawa.
 

Gardens of Gravel and Sand

by Leonard Koren

A philosophical photo-essay and inquiry into Japanese rock gardens and what they might (and might not) mean.

Japanese Beyond Words

by Andrew Horvat

A knowledge-based approach for students looking to speak and listen well.

Kyoto Machiya Restaurant Guide

by Judith Clancy

Enjoy delicious Japanese food in some of Kyoto's most tucked-away and spectacular townhouses.

Still Life and Other Stories

by Junzo Shono

A stunning tapestry of everyday life.


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