SBP Blog

'How to Take a Japanese Bath' new edition

Michael Palmer - Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Since its first publication in 1992, How to Take a Japanese Bath by Leonard Koren, with illustrations by Suehiro Maruo has become a curious classic, taking a simple (yet often incorrectly performed) activity and depicting it with a graphic, manga-style edge. Read More


Like our blog? Please share it!

Categories

Subscribe to the SBP Mailing List

New Releases

Amy’s Guide to Best Behavior in Japan


Going to Japan? This unfussy modern guide guarantees you keep it polite and get it right!

China Smart


Essential essays on all things Chinese that inform and entertain travelers, students, and anyone working or living in China

Oh, Tama!


A deeply eccentric novel about lives and connections—and a cat of course—in 1980s Tokyo: witty, offbeat, and strangely profound.

The Fourth String


Two women. Two cultures. One music.

Tag Cloud

buddhist swastika janet pocrobba Olympics state of belief japanese culture travel to japan japanese book zen monk the fourth string a memoir of sensei and me book award walt disney japan guide a shameful life Spirituality PEN AWARD japan memoir foreword reviews kyoto journal guide otakuusa foreword indies award japanese travel Children's Books peace tk nakagaki frederik schodt kyoto seppuku photography new york blurb university of chicago Japan lions roar nichi bei weekly, naomi hirarahara author tour traditional japanese instrumenet drinking in japan tricycle magazine 2020 Olympics holden caufield non-fiction will eisner leonard koren amys guide to best behavior in japan UCLA writing hitler performance foreword indies oh tama japanese music disney AAS author amy chavez eastern and western philosophy giajin manners Anime/Manga/Comics buddhist purification classic kris kosaka japanese manners international book award tokyo haiku Ukiyo-e new books ancient symbol Chinese Astrology gratitude in japan janet pocorbba janet pocorobba in the woods of memory miswest book review buddhism japan culture the fourth string classic japanese literature Culture four immigrants travel etiquette damian flanagan publishing eating in japan traditional japanese music michael emmerich Art/Design fred schodt rachel manley astro boy mieko kanai 1960's Japan book tour sensei and me a memoir Travel japan restaurant Japanese holidays asian review of books poetry of consciousness sensei buddhist symbols Chinese history manji monk ancient symbols american shamisen hiroaki sato holocaust henry kiyama kyodo news japan travel ningen shikkaku memior Christianity jing liu Translation polite memoir journal of a zen monks wife in japan swastika frank beyer japan book internment japan book review alan brill World War Two behavior mark gibeau book hoarding bookstore dark horse WWII jared cook stone bridge cafe expat in japan event award japanese instruments Year of the Dog book reviews japan ravel the asian review of books hate review travel Japan koto book books brad hawley fantasy literature trip t.k. nakagaki World War II awards the silver spoon japan visitor haibun china smart Korea photography center of east asian studies china history Okinawan literature IBPA japanese bath learning in japan tourist my year of dirt and water author signing zen monk wife hitlers cross gaijinpot interfaith suehiro maruo benjamin franklin award Chinese culture understandind china through comics student teacher black jack literary review chinese comics literary prize no longer human jun hazuki manga tea zen monk in japan reviews ibpa publishing university finalist what do in japan etiquette forewrod reviews indies catcher in the rye donald keene how to japanese customs politics and prose zen monks wife' journal asia History a mejiro novel book publicity announcement book reading Asian Studies Japanese art learning shamisen how to order in japan China japanese drunk stone bridge press amys guide to bes tbehavior in japan japanese yukio mishima japanese books in english book talk shamisen performance japanese people zazen larry herzberg takuma sminkey japan travel etiquette expat comic history ritual anime why we write podcast The Colorado Review new release Basho shamisen new york events 1960s Korea gaijin pot japanese translation Korea verticle Coming of Age Day zen danica davidson Chiune Sugihara ex pat literature washington dc living in japan wife dirt and water japan manners china What You Don’t Know, What You Need to Know— A Past & Present Guide to History, Culture, Society, Language japanese craft tomoko aoyama japan books the millions hooked cross monks wife journal of a zen monk's wife Spring Festival Chinese New Year japan food foreigner in japan book signing suicide kinokuniya event Japanese aesthetics summer vacation travel manners hippocampus magazine kansuke naka traditional tracy franz benjamin franklin awards Tokyo Olympics pottery gallery awa Nikolas Bunton graphic novels diary comics osaka Alexandra Johnson diy mfa osamu tezuka japanese cutlure astrology Japanese literature Poetry memoir writing illustration Children's Literature world literature today Basho's Narrow Road best behavior in japan pacific rim review of books monk wife traditional japanese instrument book review the japan society Shoah dazai diymfa chinese musical do it right and be polite journal' monks wife japan behavior paul mccarthy religion buddhist priest Language the hidden writer huffpost matcha gaijin shaimsen japan etiquette the japan times evil Christianity in Japan the buddhist swastika manga biography japanese books japanese classic rebecca otowa green tea literature japan vacation tea garden japan custom book blurb japan today min kahng juddhism podcast visitor nazi huffington post osamu dazai Second World War journal of a zen monk nara publicity author event memoir, tracy franz, zen monk, buddhist alan moore koun japan trip year of zen Interview bowing in japan japanese instrument welton gaddy william f sibley how to travel in japan VIZ a memoir of sensei and me japan travel guide lesley university shun medoruma japanese etiquette 2019
RSS