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    Første danske udgave i et særdeles fint dekoreret helbind

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    Hiroshige’s Tokaido: The Tokaido Fifty-Three Stations or The Fifty-Three Stages of the Tokaido, by Hiroshige Tokyo: Heibonsha, Ltd., 1960. Oblong quarto in original fine, clothed hardcover in original slipcase. 12 pages introduction in both Japanese and English and 55 full page vibrant color reproductions of woodblock prints, accompanied by a…

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    Meget sjælden første skandinaviske bog om Japansk malerkunst

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    THE TALE OF GENJI. Translated by Edward G. Seidensticker (Genji Monogatari) New York: Alfred A, Knopf, 1978 (1976). XIX, 1090 pp. Illustrated with woodcuts. Clean and very good copy Complete edition, first paperback edition.

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    THE TALE OF GENJI. Translated by Arthur Waley (Genji Monogatari) George Allen & Unwin, London, (1935). Publishers hardcover. 1135pp. Printed on thin paper. Name of previous owner to inner cover front and parts of dustjacket glued onto free endpapers front and back, else overall a good clean and solid copy.…

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    Hamamatsu Chunagon Monogatari (11. århundrede): Evigt elskes kun det tabte. Hamamatsu chunangon monogatari, en japansk roman fra 1000-tallet oversat til dansk. Akademisk Forlag, 1981. 205 pp. Hft. Omslag med lidt brugsspor First Danish edition of ‘Hamamatsu Chunagon Monogatari’ or the ‘Mitsu no Hamamatsu’. Hamamatsu Chunagon Monogatari is a tale reportedly…

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    Forlaget Frem / Det nordiske Forlag, 1903. Indbundet i det fine originale illustrerede helshirt med forgyldt titel på forperm og ryg. 121, (2) pp. Illustreret med fotografier og reproduktioner af tegninger. Pænt eksemplar med få brugsspor Originaludgave.

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    Heike Monogatari. – Hiroshi Kitagawa & Bruce T. Tsuchida (transl.). – Seidensticker, Edward (foreword by): The Tale of the Heike. Volume 1 and 2 COMPLETE SET of the complete translation University of Tokyo Press, 1978 (1977 / 1975). 8vo in softcover. XLI, 806 pp. Red endpapers. Spines sunned else very…

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    Diary of Lady Murasaki (c. 973-c. 1020, author of Tale of Genji) “an intimate picture of her life as tutor and companion to the young Empress Shoshi. Told in a series of vignettes, it offers revealing glimpses of the Japanese imperial palace – the auspicious birth of a prince, rivalries between the Emperor’s consorts, with sharp criticism of Murasaki’s fellow ladies-in-waiting and drunken courtiers, and telling remarks about the timid Empress and her powerful father, Michinaga. The Diary is also a work of great subtlety and intense personal reflection, as Murasaki makes penetrating insights into human psychology – her pragmatic observations always balanced by an exquisite and pensive melancholy”

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    Eiga Monogatari (Story of Splendor) is a Japanese monogatari that relates events in the life of the imperial courtier Fujiwara no Michinaga. It is believed to have been written by a number of authors between 1028 and 1107. It is notable for giving considerable credit to the Fujiwara family, especially Michinaga. Thisn is the first printing of the translation into English

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    Fujiwara Teika (Fujiwara no Sadaie or Fujiwara no Teika (1162 –1241). – Porter, William N. (translator):. A Hundred Verses from Old Japan. Being a Translation of the Hyaku-Nin-Isshiu (One Hundred Leaves or The Ogura Hyakunin Isshu). With 18th century Japanese illustrations. Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1909. Small 8vo in…

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    HOKUSAI. – Katsushika, Hokusai. – Bouquillard, Jocelyn: Hokusai’s Mount Fuji. The Complete Views in Color. Translated from the French by Mark Getlein. Abrams, New York, 2007. Small oblong 4to in hardcover, with jacket. 119, [1] pp. Illustrated in color throughout – with full-page color images. Upper right corners lightly dented…