TATSUHIKO SHIBUSAWA (1928-1987) was a prolific translator of French literature, known for his translations of the Marquis de Sade and the French surrealists. He published several short-story collections, but Takaoka’s Travels was his only novel. Shibusawa is also known for his essays, which deal with topics ranging from dreams to the occult.
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Introducing Tatsuhiko Shibusawa—Japan’s Italo Calvino—in this fantastical tale of a Japanese prince who encounters both beauty and danger on a pilgrimage to India.