A collection of essays capturing the state of leadership in postwar Japan
Examines the interactions between Japan's government and passenger car industry as it traces the development of the industry from its origins in the early 1900s.
Proceedings from the third U.S.-Japan Automotive Conference, 1983
Proceedings from the second U.S.-Japan Automotive Conference, 1982
A study of traditional Edo kabuki through the play Sukeroku.
The first detailed investigation into the decision making processes of rural Japan
A translation of “The Sting of Death” and other stories by Japanese short fiction writer Shimao Toshio
Proceedings from the first U.S.-Japan Automotive Conference, 1981
Proceedings from the fourth U.S.-Japan Automotive Conference, 1984
A fascinating interview with a freedom fighter for minority rights
A moving portrait of a wandering poet-monk in medieval Japan.
An invaluable reference tool for all students and scholars of Japanese studies.
Explores the changes in economic practices and structures in the late Muromachi period in Japan by focusing on patterns of patronage and professionalism in the world of poetry.
This second and final volume of the U.S. Study of Education in Japan provides ten articles on a wide variety of topics.
A complete survey of the operation of Quality Control Circles in Japan
An interesting and pioneering study of early state emergence in the Nara Basin
A rich collection of essays on Uchimura Kanzō--author, religious leader, Christian evangelist, and intellectual of the Meiji and Taisho eras
A serious and interesting study of Japanese politics and elections.
A well-integrated compilation of Japanese bibliography