New: Stone Bridge Press 2016-2017 Catalog

Michael Palmer - Monday, September 26, 2016

We're very excited to finally be able to share our new 2016-2017 catalog featuring our new and upcoming titles as well as classic titles from the past.  Read More


Flash Fiction: The Mountains of Minoh

Michael Palmer - Monday, September 26, 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 Ophelia Leong and tells a story of self-discovery and an American woman's unexpected spiritual connection with nature amidst the mountains of Japan.  Read More


Review: The Japan Times reviews "Tokio Whip"

Michael Palmer - Monday, September 26, 2016

David Cozy reviews Arturo Silva's Tokio Whip, the experimental novel on the bustling city of Tokyo in his latest for The Japan Times. Find out what David thinks in his review titled "Is this the first great Tokyo novel by a non-Japanese writer?"
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Tokio Whip

by Arturo Silva

A group of people walk across, around, and all over Tokyo. They talk, talk, talk.

Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun

by Homare Endo; translated by Michael Brase

 

An unforgettable memoir of the horrors suffered by a Japanese family trapped in Changchun, China, at the end of WW2 

 

The Osamu Tezuka Story

by Toshio Ban & Tezuka Productions, Frederik L. Schodt (Translator)

A documentary manga biography of the influential artist and the birth and evolution of manga and anime in Japan.

Foundations of Chinese Civilization (vol. 1)

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

Basic Patterns of Chinese Grammar

by Qin Xue Herzberg, Larry Herzberg

Speak and write with confidence while avoiding common mistakes!

The Four Immigrants Manga

by Henry (Yoshitaka) Kiyama

The first English translation of the groundbreaking 1931 graphic novel!

Kanji Starter 1

by Daiki Kusuya

A quick and simple way to deconstruct and demystify kanji.

Persona

by Naoki Inose, Hiroaki Sato (Contributor)

A critical biography of a modern Japanese literary giant, whose brilliant career ended in a spectacular ritual suicide.


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