Nobody writes about the old (and yet still preserved in a very few places) culture of Japan as Alex Kerr. He wrote the book in Japanese originally, won the most famous Japanese literary prize for it, and only then translated it into English. It is a passionate description of Japan gone. A book such as this demands special treatment, so I decided to use several reproductions of Japanese woodblock prints inside, and the book itself is printed on high-quality smooth paper and hardbound.
Year: 2019
Page size: 130×207 mm (5.1×8.1 in.)
Pages: 288 with 8 extra pages in color
Binding: hardcover, half bound
Paper: Munken Premium Cream 15 90 g
Cover material: Geltex 115 g and Wibalin Natural 502 Fawn
Typeface: Chronicle Text
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