Items by JREF

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Culture Japanese Whisky
The Ultimate Guide to the World's Most Desirable Spirit with Tasting Notes from Japan's Leading Whisky Blogger
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New Japanese experience "TREE by NAKED" that combines food and art
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Lords of the Samurai - The Legacy of a Daimyo Family
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342
Travel Book Seeing Japan
Seeing Japan
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Early Japanese Railways 1853-1914 - Engineering Triumphs That Transformed Meiji-era Japan
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Japan's World Heritage Sites
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Travel Book Kyoto: City of Zen
This travel pictorial and Japan travel guide captures the sites and soul of Kyoto—Japan's historical and spiritual center.
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Japandemonium Illustrated: The Yokai Encyclopedias of Toriyama Sekien
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Castles of the Samurai: Power and Beauty
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Houses and Gardens of Kyoto: Revised with a new foreword by Matthew Stavros
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Okinawa: The History of an Island People is the definitive book available in English on the history of Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands, and an influential scholarly work in the field of Japanese studies. The histories of Japan, Okinawa, and the entire Pacific region are crucially intertwined; therefore the review of this fascinating chain of islands is crucial to understanding all of East Asia. Few people can point to Okinawa on a map, yet this tiny island sitting between China and Japan...
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Sushi Art Cookbook - The Complete Guide to Kazari Sushi
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Shingen - The Last Campaign, The Kai Takeda 6 (1569-1573) (Saga of the Samurai)
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Shingen - The Conqueror; The Kai Takeda 5 (1559 - 1568) (Saga of the Samurai)
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Shingen in Command: The Kai Takeda 1549-1558 (Saga of the Samurai)
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Takeda Shingen The Kai Takeda (1521-1548)
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Takeda Nobutora: The Kai Takeda 1494-1574 (Saga of the Samurai)
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The Kai Takeda (1130-1467)
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Butterfly Nightclub in Kiyamachi, Kyoto High-class space in Kyoto centered on the night-life scene. The entrance is designed using top of the line LED that light up the pure-white walls in seven different colors. The island bar is built for easy access, allowing you to order your drink from anywhere and the VIP seats are set up to give you the full clubbing experience. Butterfly features a list of top DJs from all over Japan and the world. Here you can enjoy top of the line music, drinks...
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On the 14th of July, 1853, the USS Plymouth, Mississippi, Saratoga, and Susquehanna sailed into Yokosuka, Japan. The mysterious -Black Ships- had arrived. In this stirring account of a pivotal moment in modern Japanese history, award-winning author and illustrator team Sean Michael Wilson and Akiko Shimojima tell the story of the four American -Black Ships- that arrived in Japan in 1853 under the command of Commodore Perry to force Japan to open up to trade. The book compellingly portrays...
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