Miyamoto Tsuneichi

Tsuneichi Miyamoto (1907-81) was a a leading scholar of Japanese folklore and customs. He walked over 160,000 kilometers through rural Japan, collecting the songs, stories, and images of a dying way of life, and was an advocate of social and economic invigoration of rural Japan.

Titles by Author

The Forgotten Japanese

The Forgotten Japanese

by Miyamoto Tsuneichi, translated by Jeffrey Irish

A revealing look at rural lives and lifestyles that have all but disappeared today.