The Japanese Islands a Physical and Social Geography
Pezeu-Massabuau, Jacques

Rutland Vermont: Tokyo Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1978. F 283 pages; useful index; folding map of the Japanese islands, printed in two colors on blue paper stock at front; the map indicates cities with population over 1,000,000, major cities, and ocean currents affecting the islands, warm and cold. Translated and adapted from the French by Paul C. Blum. With other maps and small illustrations within the text. "...the story of how the people of these small and ill-favored islands turned them into the wealthiest nation of Asia and one of history's great economic success stories..." (from the jacket information). Endpapers with the stamp of the Mishimachi International School Tokyo 1978 and with a previous owner school student name on the dustjacket flap; a few pencil marks in the volume. Approx. 5" x 7 1/2" size; illustrated dustjacket over sturdy red cloth-covered boards; some edge, tips wear to the jacket; in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24618)


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