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  • A Lateral Viewby Donald Richie

    Stone Bridge Press 1998; US$ 16.95

    A revealing look at the Japanese through the window of their contemporary culture. more...

  • A Tractate on Japanese Aestheticsby Donald Richie

    Stone Bridge Press 2007; US$ 9.95

    Sure to be a classic, Donald Richie's concise, profound insights into the mysteries of Japanese more...

  • Tokyoby Donald Richie

    Reaktion Books 1999; US$ 25.00

    Donald Richie takes the reader on a revealing tour of the different districts of Japan's capital city. Starting from the original centre of Tokyo ? the Imperial Palace ? Richie branches outwards, taking in other areas such as Yoshiwara, the original red-light district, and Ginza, the world-famous shipping street. The author has kept a diary for the... more...

  • Memoirs of the Warrior Kumagaiby Donald Richie

    Tuttle Publishing 2011; US$ 16.95

    “A tour de force combining a commanding mastery of historical fact and detail, a comprehensive understanding of the human spirit, and a poetic quality of expression that transforms the hearts of all those it touches.? —The Japan Foundation Newsletter Kumagai Naozane was a Japanese warrior famous for having taken the head of the young and handsome... more...

  • Viewed Sidewaysby Donald Richie

    Stone Bridge Press 2011; US$ 16.95

    In this new collection, Richie once again demonstrates his mastery of the essay and his deep knowledge about Japan. more...

  • This Scorching Earthby Donald Richie

    Tuttle Publishing 1968; US$ 9.99

    The Allied Occupation of Japan was more than an amazing military operation: it also created one of the most singular civilizations of modern history. It was made up of some of America's best minds and some of its worst, of some genuine idealists and some who simply "never had it so good," of women hungry for men, men hungry for power, and a fortunate... more...

  • Japanese Portraitsby Donald Richie

    Tuttle Publishing 2011; US$ 15.95

    Donald Richie was born in Lima, OH in 1924 and has lived in Japan since 1947. The author of thirty books and dozens of essays, Richie is especially well-known for his travel memoir The Inland Sea which has been adapted into a popular PBS documentary. His best-known collection is The Donald Richie Reader, which contains 50 years of his writings... more...

  • The Broken Bridgeby Suzanne Kamata; Donald Richie

    Stone Bridge Press 1998; US$ 18.95

    Absorbing fiction from Outsiders in a land that does not absorb foreigners easily. more...

  • The Inland Seaby Donald Richie; Pico Iyer

    Stone Bridge Press 2002; US$ 16.95

    One of the finest travel memoirs ever written, with a new Introduction and Afterword. more...

  • The Japan Journalsby Donald Richie; Leza Lowitz

    Stone Bridge Press 2005; US$ 18.95

    "Wonderfully evocative and full of humor, but also honest, introspective, and often poignant."--The New York Times more...