Kyoto Journal Issue 67
Makoto Oda: Novelist & Peace Activist
Osamu Dazai’s Tengu in Translation
Stalin’s 1937 Korean Deportation
Facing a Sumo Wrestler
Little Soman’s Little War
5 in stock
Peace Monuments by Children, Iraq, Aug 2007 – Kinoshita Mutsumi
The Japanese Heart, Stroke, Dance, Harvest — Rebecca Otowa
Inside the Smoke: Oda Makoto, author and activist – Brian Covert
Origami Lion – Jacob Adelman
A Day and a Half of Freedom– Otani Shogo (Translated by Ralph McCarthy)
The Green Summer Wind – John Givens
Tengu – Osamu Dazai (Translated by Ralph McCarthy)
Setsubun – Sage Einarsen
Korea modernizes the lunar New Year– Hyejin Kim
Gateway for the imagination: The Noma concours for Picture Book Illustrations – Holly Thompson
Little Soman’s Little War– Keith Harmon Snow
Arab Cinema at the Singapore Film Festival – Vinita Ramani
Stalin’s 1937 Korean Deportation: One Family’s Memory– Jon Chang
My Life as a Koryo Saram – German Kim
“MADA DA YO!” – Robert Brady
Translating a Classic, with excerpts from the Pillow Book – Meredith McKinney
A Changing Shanghai: Through the Lens of an Ordinary Citizen, by Xu Xixian & Xu Jianrong – John Einarsen
Leaving Mother Lake, by Namu and Christine Mathieu – John Einarsen
Reiki’s Birthplace: A Guide to Kurama Mountain by Jessica A. Miller – Deidre May
Maninbo (Ten Thousand Lives) by Ko Un, translated by Brother Anthony of Taize, Young Moo-Im and Gary Gach.
Cherry Blossom Epiphany: The Poetry and Philosophy of a Flowering Tree, by Robin D. Gill – Harold Wright
Enso: Zen Circles of Enlightenment, by Audrey Yoshiko Seo – Eric Luong
A Zen Life: D.T. Suzuki, by Michael Goldberg – Preston Houser
Korea Witness: 135 Years of War, Crisis and News in the Land of the Morning Calm, ed. Donald Kirk & Choe Sang Hun, Eric Johnston
Japan’s Contested War Memories: The “Memory Rifts” in Historical Consciousness of World War Two, by Philip A. Seaton – Charlie Canning
Koryo Saram, The Unreliable People, directed by Y.David Chung – Michael Rank
Blogs from Iraq: Envisioning the Unimaginable
Kuchis – Lida Abdullah
Cover by Keith Harmon Snow
published 10 August 2007
¥980 (approx US$9) Need a currency converter? Use this one.
Shipping within Japan is free. But the price excludes Japanese sales tax.
Shipping to the North America/Europe/Oceania/Asia: ¥310 (about US$2.80), 5~10 days. We’re sorry to say that due to unreliable postal systems in Africa and South America we can only offer tracked mail by EMS, which is rather more expensive.
Please allow for 1-3 business days for processing prior to dispatch.