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Japanese fairy tales by Ozaki, Yei Theodora Published [preface 1903] Topics Fairy tales -- Japan, Folklore -- Japan SHOW MORE NY3 Publisher New York : Grosset & Dunlap Pages 338 Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Language English

Japanese fairy tale series by Thomson, D. (David); James, T. H., Mrs; Chamberlin, Basil Hall, 1850-1935; Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904; Hepburn, J. C. (James Curtis), 1815-1911 Published 1885 Topics Tales -- Japan SHOW MORE A collection of eighteen Japanese traditional tales and folklore retold in English. no.1. : Momotaro. no.2. : Tongue cut sparrow; Shitakiri suzume. no.3. : Battle of the monkey and the crab; Sarukani kassen. no.4. : Old man who made the dead trees blossom. no.5…

Princess Splendor : the wood-cutter's daughter by Miller, E. Rothesay Published 1889 Topics Fairy tales -- Japan SHOW MORE The story of a tiny fairy found shut up in the stem of a bamboo by an old wood-cutter who lived all alone with his wife in a little cottage at the foot of a mountain. The tiny fairy grew up into a fair and noble woman of supernatural radiance who lived a sad life Publisher Tokyo : Kobunsha Pages 200 Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Language English

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A New Kind of Buddhist Altar for a Changing Japan

Keita Suzuki of Japanese product design firm “Product Design Center” conducted the branding and product design for a new line of Buddhist altars and altar tools called “Shinobu”.