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July. 30, 2019
For Europe, we are now working with John Rule Art Book Distribution. John Rule is based in London, UK and offers professional, personal services that you can only get with a small company.
July. 10, 2019
In conjunction with the Japanese lacquerware exhibition "A Secret Beauty: The Spirit of Japanese Makie" featuring works by contemporary artist Koyanagi Tanekuni, copies of the JAPAN LIBRARY title The Book of Urushi will be available for purchase at the bookstore located in the venue along with many other titles focused on Japanese art.
July. 8, 2019
The Japanese Linguistic Landscape: Reflections on Quintessential Words by Nakanishi Susumu (trans. Ryan Shaldjian Morrison) was recently featured in the Japan Times article "Hot new Japan book releases for the sweltering summer."
July. 4, 2019
We are currently exhibiting at the ISA ASIA-PACIFIC conference in Singapore. The conference is 3-days long and runs until July 6th, 8:00 am to 5:30 pm everyday.
May. 9, 2019
JAPAN LIBRARY titles are typically published at the same time every year around March in one concise package. However, sometimes there are a few outliers that fall outside of this time frame and are published at other times of the year.
April. 16, 2019
July is already proving to be a busy month for JAPAN LIBRARY. In addition to AAS-in-ASIA, we will be exhibiting at the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 11).
April. 8, 2019
This summer, JAPAN LIBRARY will be exhibiting at the AAS-in-ASIA conference in Bangkok, Thailand (July 1-3). This year's conference is hosted by Thammasat University and co-hosted by the Association for Asian Studies.
February. 14, 2019
We are proud to announce this year's lineup of all brand new titles. The 2019 series consists of 12 titles published by JPIC with an additional 3 titles published through overseas publishers working in cooperation with JPIC.
January. 31, 2019
This past fall, JAPAN LIBRARY debuted at the American Political Science Association (APSA) conference in Boston, MA. Almost directly afterwards, JL then took a trip across the pond and exhibited for the first time at the British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS) conference in Sheffield, UK.