Böcker om Japan och japansk kultur

Seike, Kiyoshi m.fl. Kodansha, 80 pgs
Yagi, Koji Kodansha - 84 pgs. Filled with elegant designs and clever tips, A Japanese Touch for Your Home offers bold and exciting ideas for remodeling your home or redecorating your apartment. The author, architect Koji Yagi, explains the basic elements of Japanese interior design and shows you how to use them.
Mitchelhill, Jennifer Kodansha - 110 pgs. This study of the castles of Japan examines: who built these castles and why, with a look at Japanese history and the internecine fighting between samurai clans; the castle as a fortress; and the beauty of the castle as a symbol. It also contains practical information on visiting castles.
Oguchi, Motomi Kodansha, 127 pgs
Nonomura, Kaoru Kodansha - 324 pgs.
Talmadge, Eric Kodansha, 253 pgs.

Tsunetomo, Yamamoto Kodansha, 189 pgs


Lafosse, Michael G. Tuttle, 127 pgs
Sato, Yoshio Kodansha, 48 pgs. Folded paper included
Dewan, Andrew Tuttle
LaFosse, Michael Tuttle
Lafosse, Michael G. & Alexander, Richard L. Tuttle, 141 pgs
Dewan, Andrew Tuttle
LaFosse, Michael G. Tuttle
Kodansha, 32 pgs.
Tabatha, Naomi Kodansha Usa - 64 pgs.
Kishikawa, Shigemi Tuttle
Kondo, Hiroshi Kodansha

Yamakage, Motohisa Kodansha, 229 pgs.


Itoh, Teiji Kondasha, 244 pgs.
Ono, Masaaki & Mizuno, Katsuhiko Kodansha
Cali, Joseph Kodansha, 87 pgs.

Tendo, Shoko Kodansha - 200 pgs.


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Ohyama, Yukio & Yamashita, Shigeki Kodansha - 95 pgs. What is mesmerizing about Mt. Fuji is its ever-changing appearance, transformed from day to night and season to season, yet always breathtaking. This book features forty images of the mountain taken by two professional photographers who have devoted many years to capturing its beauty on film. In addition to the photographs, there are images of Mt. Fuji in art and crafts, which emphasizes the importance of the mountain to many aspects of Japanese culture. Back matter includes a history of Mt. Fuji, popular climbing routes to the top, spots offering the best views, and maps for locating accommodations.

Hidehiko, M. & Kayu, M. & Yasutaka, O. Kodansha - 103 pgs. Why are the autumn colors of Kyoto described as the most beautiful in Japan? The delicate, almost translucent autumn hues, which derive from the city's unique plant life and climate, are undoubtedly lovely to behold, but clearly that is not the only reason. The secret of Kyoto's autumn beauty lies in a perfect harmony of the natural and the man-made, the culmination of centuries of history.