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Meeting with Japan

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Vintage; 1960s
Very Good; book jacket has a few tears/ hardback in excellent condition.
Country of Origin:
9.5" L x 7" W x 2" H
multi/ binding in red/cream

Why We Love This

Meeting With Japan by Fosco Maraini. New York: Viking Press, 1960. 467 pages. Hardcover in dust jacket. Illustrated. The author's experiences in Japan in the 1950s, touching on the social history and customs. Map of Japan at the end of the 17th century printed as the front end paper; map of the Japanese islands printed as rear end papers. 32 plates with 154 black and white and color photo illustrations. Jacket has a few tears, binding is in great shape.
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About Gilded Manor

Gilded Manor is a small interior design and lifestyle studio in Fairfax, Virginia. We cater to the homeowner who desires something unique. We ardently support a philosophy of reuse and repurpose and believe that some of the most beautiful and thought-provoking items in your home can and should be vintage. "They just don't make them like they used to" is a constant in our thought process.