A masterfully written collection of short essays by the recognized Western expert on Japanese culture and film and the man Time magazine calls "the dean of art critics in Japan." Spanning more than thirty years, Richie interprets his adopted home's creative accomplishments during its rise to economic and cultural power.
by Francis Parkman
by Nicholas Biddle
by Donald Richie
by Lafcadio Hearn, Donald Richie
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