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Kyoto Journal, a non-profit quarterly established in 1987, reaches far beyond Japan's ancient capital to be your gateway to understanding and appreciating the lifestyles, cultures and societies of Asia. Shop over 50 past issues, dating from 1987 to 2019.

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Kyoto Journal Issue 62

¥980

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Gary Snyder on the War Against Nature
A Vietnamese Barber
Ganga: Sacred River, Dying River
Migrating Genius: The Art of Jack Madson
North Korea: When Less is More

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Kyoto Journal Issue 61

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Yoko Tawada on “Is Europe Western?”
The World’s Leading Consumer
Japan’s Nuclear Nightmare
Night of the Bush Clover
Natsume Soseki’s 1903 Bicycle Diary

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Kyoto Journal Issue 59

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Architecture of Density: The Photographs of Michael Wolf
Before the Flood: Images of the Three Gorges Dam by
Edward Burtynsky
Hands in Prayer: Suzuka Yasu’s Pinhole Photography
Allen Ginsberg’s Naked Haiku

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Kyoto Journal Issue 58

¥980

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Dancing for the Dead
The Story of Pianist Fujiko Hemming
Butoh Dancer Kazuo Ono at 98
The Poetry of Vi Thuy Linh
The Rebirth of Kagura Shinto Performance in Japan’s Midwest

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Kyoto Journal Issue 56

¥980

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Literary Translators Reflect Upon Their Art
Ozu’s Garden
Interview with Mary Yukari Waters
Miwa-an: A Contemporary Teahouse in New York
Dragonfly Island Pilgrimage

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Kyoto Journal Issue 52

¥980

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The Mystery of Mastery
Photographer Yoshinaga Masayuki on Bosozoku
The Art of Setting Stones
Synthetic Dreams: The Art of Mariko Mori
Sculptor Sudo Hisao

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Kyoto Journal Issue 50

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Transience and Renewal in Japanese Form
Transience in the Tale of Genji
Kyoto’s Heritage of Festivals
Haiku: The Birth & Death of Each Moment
A Culture of Simplicity

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Kyoto Journal Issue 48

¥980

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Real Geisha
Imagining Lady Murasaki
The Bang Fai ritual of Thailand
Japan’s military sexual slavery

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Kyoto Journal Issue 47

¥880

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Yosa Buson: Haiku Master
Slow is Beautiful: Keibo Oiwa on the virtues of being a
sloth
Being American Asian
Asymmetry, Writing and the Mind
Seeing Through the Window: the photography of Thomas Merton

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Kyoto Journal Issue 44

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The Naked Festival: The Art of Tamotsu Yato
Yukio Mishima on Nakedness and Shame
Views of Orion in Japanese Folklore
Orville Schell on China
The Archaeology of Rural Japan: Touring Shikoku’s Ruins

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Kyoto Journal Issue 42

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Meeting Emperor Meiji
Time, Trance and Dance in Bali
Pregnant Time
Pico Iyer on “All the Times in the World”
Japanese Times of Year

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Kyoto Journal Issue 41

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Donald Richie on 50 years in Japan
The inspiration behind Princess Mononoke
Buddhism and poverty
Shima Spain Village

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Kyoto Journal Issue 40

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The African-American Experience in Japan
My Year of Meat: Fiction by Ruth Ozeki
American Militarism and the Law of Nature
Letters from Kashmir’s resistance

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Kyoto Journal Issue 39

¥980

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Bob Dylan and Zen master Dogen
Arundhati Roy on her nuclear nightmares
Takamura Kotaro‘s “Chieko Poems”
Japanese-Korean similarities through masks

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Kyoto Journal Issue 38

¥880

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Arundhati Roy
Voices from Pakistan: Asma Jehangir and Imran Khan
Johan Galtung on conflict resolution
Buddhism in the West

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Kyoto Journal Issue 37

¥1,340

(US$12.80 ex shipping)

The Real Japan
Tadayoshi Himeda on Matsuri, Gods and the Land
Tales of a Country Doctor
Pico Iyer on the Global Village
Bear Hunter

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