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Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again


“[Wes “Scoop” Nisker] delivers zen zingers with Borscht Belt timing.”—The New York Times


Designing with Kanji


Japanese words in a fun resource for designers, artists, and tattooers.


Division to Unification in Imperial China (vol. 2)


The second volume in this fun, comic-style series that explores China's transition from the Three Kingdoms to the Tang Dynasty.

Dreamland Japan


The classic text by renowned manga expert in a beautiful new casebound edition, with a new foreword and afterword by the author.

Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art


Two volumes of the essential and definitive survey of Chinese and Japanese art in one book.

Evening Clouds


A masterpiece of quiet lyricism set against a backdrop of change and renewal in suburban Tokyo.

Exploring Kyoto (Our of Print)


The essential guidebook to exploring Kyoto on foot, revised and updated!

Exploring Kyoto


This revised and updated edition of the Japan travel classic and cultural guide gets you wandering from downtown quarters to remote mountaintop temples and features expanded information on new museums and gardens now open year-round for viewing.


Family Crests of Japan


Find the beauty and meaning of over 850 family crests found in Japanese tradition

Foundations of Chinese Civilization (vol. 1)


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

Gardens of Gravel and Sand


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

Green Tea Living


Homespun wisdom from Japan updated for today's "green lifestyle" choices.


Here Comes The Sun


At 44, a Berkeley-raised American woman teaching yoga in Japan seeks to adopt—a story of triumphant love for families everywhere.

Hidden Buddhas


A startling new novel from the author of Geisha and The Tale of Murasaki.

How to Take a Japanese Bath


An intoxicating, illustrated guide to Japan's ritual of hot-tub bathing.

Humphrey the Lost Whale


The heartwarming true story of a wrong-way humpback whale who is helped and cheered back to freedom in San Francisco.


I Wait For The Moon


Momoko Kuroda (b. 1938) is a remarkable haiku spirit and a powerfully independent Japanese woman.

In the Woods of Memory


A powerful and thought-provoking novel that raises important questions about World War II, war memory, and US imperialism and blowback.

Innovating Out Of Crisis


CEO Shigetaka Komori's own story of why Fujifilm succeeded where Kodak failed, with hard-won lessons for managers and employees everywhere


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