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"Japanese Garden Notes" featured in My Modern Met article

Intern Intern - Monday, May 08, 2017

My Modern Met featured landscape architect and SBP author Marc Peter Keane's new book Japanese Garden Notes in a recent article.   Read More


Japanese Garden Notes featured on Spoon & Tamago

Michael Palmer - Friday, April 28, 2017

We are excited to share that popular Japanese Art, Design and Culture blog Spoon & Tamago has featured Marc Keane's latest book Japanese Garden Notes.  Read More


SBP author and translator Frederik Schodt on manga and anime culture

Intern Intern - Friday, April 21, 2017

Stone Bridge Press author and translator Frederik Schodt was in Tokyo in February to talk about his latest work, a 900-plus-page translation of a manga-form biography of legendary artist Tezuka Osamu. He also shared stories about his decades of work dedicated to sharing Japan’s manga and anime culture with the world.  Read More


JQ Magazine Review: "Japanese Garden Notes" by Marc Peter Keane

Intern Intern - Monday, April 10, 2017

Rashaad Jorden of JQ Magazine just reviewed Marc Peter Keane's new book, Japanese Garden Notes: A Visual Guide to Elements and Design, lauding it as a book that "captures the elegance of such a calming place" – and we couldn't agree more. Much appreciated Rashaad! Read More


The Japan Times Review: "Womansword" by Kittredge Cherry

Intern Intern - Monday, February 06, 2017

The Japan Times just wrote an eloquent and thoroughly incisive review of the 30th Anniversary Edition of Womansword: What Japanese Words Say About Women by Kittredge Cherry. Thanks Sophie Knight of The Japan Times! Read More


Excerpt Wednesday - "Green Tea Living: A Japan-Inspired Guide to Eco-friendly Habits, Health, and Happiness" by Toshimi A. Kayaki

Intern Intern - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

In light of the new year and all the resolutions that come along with it, we’ve pulled this week’s excerpt from Toshimi A. Kayaki’s “Green Tea Living: A Japan-Inspired Guide to Eco-friendly Habits, Health, and Happiness”, a book that Eco-Libris recommends “for everyone who is looking to be healthier, happier and more eco-friendly." Read More


Excerpt Wednesday - "Womansword: What Japanese Words Say About Women" by Kittredge Cherry

Intern Intern - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

This Wednesday we’ve pulled our quote from Kittredge Cherry’s Womansword: What Japanese Words Say About Women, an intriguing portrait of Japanese womanhood that offers linguistic, sociological, and historical insight into issues central to the lives of women everywhere. Read More


Review: Womansword by Kittredge Cherry

Michael Palmer - Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Check out Tofugu's well researched and thorough review of the 30th Anniversary Edition of Womansword: What Japanese Words Say About Women by Kittredge Cherry. Thanks Tofugu!  Read More


Giveaway: A Thousand Cranes: Origami Projects for Peace and Happiness

Michael Palmer - Tuesday, November 15, 2016

This week we are giving away a copy of Florence Temko's A Thousand Cranes: Origami Projects for Peace and HappinessMaking a strand of one thousand origami cranes has become an international movement for peace, happiness, and health.  Read More


Kyoto Journal features Japanese Garden Notes excerpt + two SBP book reviews

Michael Palmer - Monday, November 14, 2016

We feel very grateful to Kyoto Journal this month as they have included three of our books in their latest issue. Kyoto Journal issue #87 includes an exclusive look at several pages from the upcoming book Japanese Garden Notesa personal journey through one hundred of Japan’s best gardens, led by renowned garden designer and author Marc Peter Keane. Read More


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