ENCOUNTER

REMEMBERING THE 2004 TSUNAMI


“I heard you survived the tsunami a few years back. Is that true?”

REVIEW

“To begin with a chawan in the palm of one’s hand and end up imagining a garden, poem or painting reveals the richness inherent in Japanese culture.”

— Allen S. Weiss


Review by Lauren Deutsch

Current Issue KJ 81

SUSTAINED ENGAGEMENT


Peaceful Afghanistan
Creating Kyotographie
A Kyoto Bucket Maker
Yellow House Jalalabad
Fire, Clay, Community
Poet Cid Corman


Our Own Truths

SUSTAINED ENGAGEMENT

Catholic nun Gwendolyn Hoeffel on her 5 decades in Japan

Interview by Winifred Bird

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