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Malaysia: A Travel Adventure

by Lorien Holland & T. S. Bok

Lying just north of the equator, Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah Sarawak on the island of Borneo. A blend of east and west, of different lifestyles, cuisine's, architectural styles,...


Contemporary Netsuke

by Miriam Kinsey

Netsuke, the treasure first mined by Brockhaus and Weber has been ably refined and mounted by many latter-day scholar collectors and enhanced by the miracles of modern photographic reproduction, so that we now...


Tokyo: 29 Walks in the World's Most Exciting City

by John H. Martin & Phyllis G. Martin

The only guide you'll need for walking around Tokyo! Everything you need is in this one convenient package—including a large pull-out map!

Tokyo: 29 Walks in the World's Most Exciting City is the only guide...


A Glimpse at the Art of Japan

by James Jackson Jarves

First published in 1876, when many considered Japanese art a mere curiosity, A Glimpse at the Art of Japan presents Jarves remarkable examination of the problems of Japanese aesthetics, offering a penetrating...


Hong Kong: The City of Dreams

by Nury Vittachi & Ben Simmons

You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you. The experience of encountering an unforgettable mix of influences, cultures, and flavors stays with visitors. It's a place of clashing contrasts, Hong Kong...


Bali: A Travel Adventure

by Patrick R Booz & R. Ian Llyod

The tropical Indonesian paradise of Bali has extraordinarily vivid beauty. Terraced rice paddies seemingly rise up to the sky, while silhouetted palms, still active volcanoes and volcanic lakes contrast with...


China: A Travel Adventure

by Lorien Holland & Steve Vidler

China is one of the world’s most fascinating destinations, boasting awe-inspiring sights and attractions. From the sheer immensity of the Great Wall of China, to the skyscrapers that dominate the skylines...


Squeamish About Sushi: Food Adventures in Japan

by Betty Reynolds

What's uni and how do you eat it? What are "dancing shrimp" or tako yaki? Do you pick it up with your fingers? Dip it in sauce? And just what is that sauce? Dining in Japan can be intimidating, but with Squeamish...


Batik: Fabled Cloth of Java

by Inger McCabe Elliot & Brian Brake

Batik: Fabled Cloth of Java is a sumptuous, classic book, richly illustrated with color plates of the finest antique and contemporary batik from thirty museums and private collections around the world. It includes...


Shunju: New Japanese Cuisine

by Takashi Sugimoto, Marcia Iwatate & Masano Kawana

Winner of the 2004 James Beard Award for Best Photography!

Shunju: New Japanese Cuisine takes you on a tour of the restaurants and philosophy at the forefront of Japan's cooking revolution. Just as Alice Waters...


The Samurai Sword: A Handbook

by John M. Yumoto

The samurai sword: a symbol of the spirit of old Japan, it embodies the samurai's steel discipline, unswerving devotion and peerless skill. With its creation, a feat of craftsmanship passed down by generations...


The Edible Herb Garden

by Rosalind Creasy

Learn how to grow hardy and fragrant herbs then use them create delicious meals with this beautifully illustrated herb gardening and cooking book.

Author Rosalind Creasy takes you from seeds to stove top, from...


Adventures of the Treasure Fleet: China Discovers the World

by Ann Martin Bowler & L. K. Tay-Audouard

Join the Chinese admiral and his crew as they battle pirates and raging storms in this beautifully illustrated history of China.

Did you know that 85 years before Columbus discovered America, Chinese ships longer...


Tokyo Pink Guide

by Steven Langhirne Clemens

There are other books about Tokyo's exotic night life, but for the first time ever the Tokyo Pink Guide gives a hands-on account of Tokyo's vast array of "Pink" pleasures. Whether you are male or female, straight...


Inro and Other Miniature Forms of Japanese Lacquer Art

by Melvin Jahss & Betty Jahss

"When Japan finally opened her doors to the outside world in the mid-19th century, there emerged one of the most skillful, exquisite, and remarkable art forms ever developed by any country: that of Japanese...


The Tales of Ise: Translated from the Classical Japanese: Translated from the Classical Japanese

by H. Jay Harris

Revered as one of the great literary classics of Japan,The Tales of Ise is an anonymous tenth-century collection of Japanese poems and prose. First published in 1608 as Ise-monogatori, the work is a product...


Outrageous Japanese: Slang, Curses & Epithets

by Jack Seward

This is a user–friendly and concise Japanese phrase book and guide to Japanese slang and Japanese curses.

The Japanese are extraordinarily polite and soft-spoken people who are always indirect and evasive in...


Beauty In Disarray

by Harumi Setouchi, Sanford Goldstein & Kazuji Ninomiya

Setouchi was eminently qualified to write this historical novel on women's liberation in Japan, which had its roots in sexual politics, socialism, and anarchism, movements in decline following the famous massacre...


Japanese Prints: From Early Masters to the Modern

by James A. Michener

In James A. Michener the Japanese print has found its ideal commentator. Combining the finished literary style of an outstanding novelist with a mature knowledge of his subject, he is able to bring this great...


Handbook of Cognition and Emotion

by Michael D. Robinson, Edward R. Watkins & Eddie Harmon-Jones

Comprehensively examining the relationship between cognition and emotion, this authoritative handbook brings together leading investigators from multiple psychological subdisciplines. Biological underpinnings...