Japan and Its Worlds Marius B. Jansen and the Internationalization of Japanese Studies (with) Typed Letter Signed from Editor Kato Mikio
Collcutt, Martin, Kato Mikio, and Ronald P. Toby (editors)

Tokyo, Japan: I-House Press, 2007. F x + 299 pages, useful index. With a black and white portrait frontispiece of Marius B. Jansen, a color plate and a few other black and white illustrations in the text. (with) A January 30, 2008 typed letter signed on The International House of Japan, Inc. (publishers of the book) letterhead addressed to Robert S. Greene, sending the book with the compliments and signed by Mikio Kato, Senior Fellow at I. House Japan. The author-editor inscribing to Robert S. Greene (1922 - 2013) writer, New Orleans jazz musician, documentarian, historian and long an enthusiastic visitor to Japan while on his musical tours who often stayed at International House and was a supporter of their activities. The volume is a festschrift collection of writings published in honor of M.B. Jansen and includes pieces by Patricia G. Steinhoff, M. William Steele, Tom Havens, Mitani Hiroshi, Henry D. Smith II, Patricia G. Sippel, F.G. Notehelfer, Tao De-min, Ben-Ami Shillony, tributes by Homma Ngayo, George R. Packard, Haga Toru and also pieces by each of the editors. Laid-in also is a review of the book by Donald Richie copied from the Japan Times and an I-House press list of publications brochure. Illustrated dustjacket similarly illustrated hardcover boards; slight wear to the jacket; in very good condition. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24620)


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