Understanding Japan Bundle

¥3,440

(US$31)

UPDATED – 8 issues for just $3.80 each!

Eight vintage issues of Kyoto Journal offer a comprehensive look at multiple facets of Japanese culture.

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This bundle contains eight of Kyoto Journal‘s vintage issues.

 

While KJ’s mission today is to further the understanding of the Asia region as a whole, the issues produced during the magazine’s early years were especially Japan-centric. Every subject imaginable, ranging from popular culture and cinema, to festivals and folklore, architecture and craft, literature and poetry, can be found gracing these pages. While the issues are certainly “vintage,” the timeless content offers essential reading for anyone seeking to understand this remarkable country, made accessible for Japanese culture enthusiasts and serious students alike.

 

Issues in this bundle are KJ issue 3, issue 5, issue 7, issue 8, issue 9, issue 11; issue 12 and issue 13.

Available only while stocks last! We do not have the same amount of inventory for each issue, so as one goes out of stock we will replace it with a different, slightly later issue. 

 

Bundle price: ¥3,400 (approx US$31) Need a currency converter? Use this one.

 

***US customers please note that we have no inventory of these issues in Florida, so they will come from Japan. Check our the latest updates on our shipping situation***

Shipping within Japan is free! But the price excludes Japanese sales tax.

Shipping to the North America/Europe/Oceania/Asia: ¥700 (about US$7). We’re sorry to say that due to unreliable postal systems and the high expense we do not ship to Africa and South America. EMS option available on request.

Please allow for 1-3 business days for processing prior to dispatch.

Is this a gift? We can put in a simple gift tag. If you would like it delivered direct to the recipient please just make sure the shipping address is correct!

Just a note: These issues are vintage, and so may show a little wear-and-tear from age. Thanks for your understanding. Any concerns just e-mail us at sales@kyotojournal.org.