Monday, 30 January 2017

BOOKS ON JAPAN WRITTEN IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (1600-2000), A Bibliography of English Books about Japan


A Bibliography of English Books about Japan

(in alphabetical order by author/s)

The following bibliography was developed in three stages. First, it was based on lists provided by the British Library, the International Institute of Japanese Studies, and other university libraries. Second, it was checked, supplemented, and corrected using the following books:

Wenckstern, Fr. von. 1895. Bibliography of the Japanese Empires Being a Classified List  of All Books, Essays and Maps in European Languages Relating to Dai Nihon Published in Europe, America and in the East from 1859-93. Leiden: Brill.

Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai ed. 1936. Short Bibliography of English on Japan. 3rd ed. Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai.

Borton, Hugh, Serge Elisséeff, William W. Lockwood and John C. Pelzel. 1954. A Selected List of Books and Articles on Japan in English, French and German. Revised and enlarged edition. Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard-Yenching Institute.

Ichimura, Shin-ichi and Toru Yano. 1974. Books on Japan, an Assorted Bibliography. Kyoto Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

Makino, Yasuko and Mihoko Miki. 1996. Japan and the Japanese, a Bibliographic Guide to Reference Sources. Westport and London: Greenwood Press.

Rogala, Joseph. 2001. A Collector’s Guide to Books on Japan in English. London: Japan Library.

Isamu, Hayakawa. 2003. Eigo no nakano Nihongo goi (Japanese Words in English). Tokyo: Jiyusha.


Finally, a detailed examination of every bibliographic point was conducted using materials at the British Library, the library of the University of Aichi, and the personal collection of the author. It includes an almost comprehensive list of all relevant literature published before 1910, even if not all references were used in the dictionary. Literature published after 1910 are included if it is cited in the dictionary.

Abbreviations in the following bibliography.

     Rpt. Reprint     s.l. no place     s.n. no publisher
     Enjoy the photos.  → Enjoy viewing the photos, images or illustrations in each book at another blog of mine, where you may be able to find more information about the book or the authour.


   Abe, Masao ed. (1986) A Zen Life: D. T. Suzuki Remembered. Photographs by Francis Haar. New York and Tokyo: Weatherhill, xix+250pp.

Abbot, George (1599) A Briefe Description of the Hole Worlde. London: Printed by I. Iudson, for Iohn Browner, and to be Sould at the Signe of the Bible in Fleete-Streete. [16205 (Newly augmented and enlarged. London: Printed for Iohn Marriot), 1970 (Rpt. Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum). 1990 Japan in Europa (Munchen: Indicium, Bd. 1, p. 280)]

Adachi Publisher (1903) Arts and Artist Japanese, Vol. I, Number IV. San Francisco: Adachi Publisher, pp. 37-48.

Adams, Neil (1986) A Life in Judo. With Nicolas Soames. London: Willow Books, 152pp.

Adams, Arthur G. (1870) Travels of a Naturalist in Japan and Manchuria. London: Hurst and Blackett, Publishers, x+334pp.

Adams, Evelyn (1910) Behind the Screens in Japan. An Englishwoman’s Impressions. New York: Knickerbocker Press, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, xiii+277pp.

----- (1910) Behind the Shoji. London: Methuen & Co., xiii+306pp.

Adams, Francis Ottiwell (1874-1875) The History of Japan. London: Henry S. King. Vol. I, xvi+506pp. Vol. II, xiv+356pp. [18752 (London: Henry S. King, 2 vols.)]

Adams, I. William (1906) Shibusawa. The Passing of Old Japan. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, x+284pp.

----- (1911) Yodogimi in Feudalistic Japan. New York: Mikilosch Press, 302pp.

Adams, Peter D. (2002) The Art of Bonsai. First paperback of 2nd edition. London: Ward Lock Limited, 160pp.

Adams, W. A. (1905) Japanese Conversation in Six Months. A New Method. Yokohama, Shanghai, Hongkong, Singapore: Kelly & Walsh, ix+138pp.

Adams, William “Logbook on Four Voyages to Cochin-China and Siam, 1614-19,” East Meets West. Microfilm. Oxford: Adam Matthew Publications, 1998.

Ainslie, Percy (1891) Bertie Linton; or, Lost in Japan. Edinburgh: W. P. Nimmo, Hayy, & Mitchell, 128pp.

Ainsworth, W. F. (c1861) All Round the World. An Illustrated Record of Voyages, Travels, and Adventures in All Parts of the Globe. London: [s.n.], 372pp. Enjoy the photos.

----- (1873) All Round the World. An Illustrated Record of Voyages, Travels, and Adventures in All Parts of the Globe. London and Glasgow: William Collins, Sons, & Company, xii+820pp. [1873 (New York: Putnum, xii+820pp.)]

Alcock, Sir Rutherford (1859) Elements of Japanese Grammar. Shanghai: [s.n.], 67pp. [1995 (Rpt. Richmond: Japan Library)]

----- (1861) Elements of Japanese Grammar, for the Use of Beginners. Shanghai: [s.n.], 67pp. [1995 (Rpt. Richmond: Japan Library, Vol. 2)]

----- (1862) Catalogue of the Collection of Works of Industry and Art Sent from Japan to the International Exhibition in London. London: [s.n.].

----- (1863a) The Capital of the Tycoon. A Narrative of a Three Years’ Residence in Japan. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green. Vol. I, xxxi+469pp. Vol. II, x+539pp. [1863 (New York: Harpe, Vol. I, xxvii+407pp., Vol. II, 436pp.), 1969 (Rpt. St. Clair Shores: Scholarly Press, 2 vols.)) Enjoy the photos.

----- (1863b) Familiar Dialogues in Japanese with English and French Translations for the Use of Students. Paris: Benjamin Duprat, 40pp.

----- (1878) Art and Art Industries in Japan. London: Virtue and Co., vii+292pp. Enjoy the photos.

Anderson, Isabel (1914) The Spell of Japan. Boston: Page, xviii+396pp.

Anderson, William (1895) Japanese Wood Engravings. Their History, Technique, and Characteristics. London: Seeley and Co., 80pp. [1908 (Rev. ed. London: Seeley, 219pp.)]

----- (1886a) The Pictorial Arts of Japan. With a Brief Historical Sketch of the Associated Arts, and Some Remarks upon the Political Art of the Chinese and Koreans. 4 volumes. London: S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, xix+276pp.  Enjoy the photos.

----- (1886b) Descriptive and Historical Catalogue of a Collection of Japanese and Chinese Paintings in the British Museum. With an appendix containing an index of artists signatures. London: Longmans & Co., 554+28pp. Enjoy the photos.

----- (1895) Japanese Wood Engravings. Their History, Technique and Characteristics. London: Seeley and Co.; New York: Macmillan and Co., 80pp.

Anesaki, Masaharu (1930) History of Japanese Religion. With Special Reference to the Social and Moral Life of the Nation. London: Kegan Paul (The Yamato Society, Tokyo), xxiv+423pp. [1995 (Rpt. London: Kegan Paul, xix+423pp.)]

Angus, D. C. (c1890) The Eastern Wonderland, Pictures of Japanese Life. London: Cassell, 215pp. [c18902 (London: Cassell, 215pp.). 1904 (London & New York: Cassell, viii+210pp., 1905, 1910 (London & New York: Cassell, viii+228pp.)]

Anonymous (1649) A Voyage to the Kingdom of Chili in America. Performed by Mr. Henry Brewer, and Mr. Elias Herckeman, in the Years 1642, and 1643, with a Description of the Isle of Formosa and Japan. Translated from the High-Dutch original. Printed at Frankford upon the Maine.

----- (1834) “Sketches of Manners and Usages of Japan,” in The Quarterly Review, November 1834 (Vol. LII, No. CIV), pp. 293-317.

----- (1839) The Claims of Japan and Malaysia upon Christendom. Exhibited in Notes of Voyages made in 1837, from Canton, in the Ship Morrison and Brig Himmaleh, under Direction of the Owners. In two volumes. New York: E. French. Vol. I, xxii+216pp. Vol. II, xv+295pp.

----- (1858) Japan Opened. Compiled chiefly from F. L. Hawk’s Narrative of the American Expedition to Japan in the Years 1852-3-4. London: The Religious Tract Society, viii+296pp. [1859 (London: Religious Tract Society, xii+309pp), 1861 (London: Religious Tract Society, xii+309pp)] [2002 (Rep. of 1861 ed. London: Genesha, xii+309pp.)]

----- (1866) The Chronicle and Directory for China, Japan and the Philippines for 1866. Hongkong: The Daily Press Office, 249+111+30+cclvi+xviipp.

----- (1867) A Sketch of the New Route to China and Japan by the Pacific Mail Steamship. Through Line of Steamship between New York, Yokohama and Hong Kong, etc. San Francisco: Turnbull & Smith, 104pp.

----- (1869) Visits to Japan, 1865-1866. London: Dean and Son, 131+4pp.

----- (1870) Correspondence Respecting Affairs in Japan: 1868-70. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. London: Printed by Harrison and Sons, 99pp.

----- (1872) Burning of the Pacific Mail Steam Ship Company’s Steam-ship “America,” in the Harbor of Yokohama, August 24th, 1872. San Francisco: [s.n.], vii+472pp.

----- (1881) The Chronicle and Directory for China, Japan, the  Philippines, &c., for the Year 1881. Hongkong: Daily Press, 453pp.

----- (1882) Commercial Reports by Her Majesty’s Consuls in Japan. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty, August 1882. London: Printed by Harrison and Sons, 28pp.

----- (1894) Gleanings from the American Baptist Missions in Japan. Vol. I, No. I (Oct. 1894) Yokohama: [s.n.].

----- (1895) The Leisure Hour. A Family Journal of Instruction and Recreation 1895. 10 Chapters on Japan, Written by Experts. London: [s.n.], iv+812pp.

----- (1904) Japan, her Strength and her Beauty. Profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings by Henry Reuterdahl. New York: P. F. Collier, 96pp.

----- (1905) The Military Correspondent of the Times. The War in the Far East 1904-1905. London: John Murray, xvi+656pp.

----- (1905-1924) The Garden Magazine. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co.

---- (1907) The Japanese American War of the Year 1907 and its Reaction upon the Politics of Europe. Munchen: Jos. C. Huber, 13pp.

----- (1950) Chambers’ Encyclopaedia. A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge. London and Edinburgh: Chambers.

Armstrong, Robert Cornell (1911) Just Before the Dawn: The Life and Work of Ninomiya Sontoku. New York: Macmillan, xxi+273pp.

Arnold, Sir Edwin (1891a) Japonica. With illustrations by Robert Blum. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, xv+128pp. [1891 (London: Osgood, xv+128pp.)] Enjoy the photos. 

----- (1891b) Seas and Lands. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., x+535p. [1891 (New York: Longmans, Green, x+530pp.), 1892 (London: Longmans, Green, xii+601pp.), 1904 (London: Longmans, Green, xii+601pp.), 1907 (London: Longmans, Green, xii+601pp.)]

----- (1892)  See Arnold (1891b)

----- (1893) Adzuma, or the Japanese Wife. A Play in Four Acts. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., vi+188pp. [1893 (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, vi+170pp.)]

Asakawa, Kan’ichi (1904) The Russo-Japanese Conflict, its Causes and Issues. Westminster: Archibald Constable, xiv+383pp. [1904 (Houghton, Mifflin, xiv+383pp.)]

Aston, William George (1869) A Short Grammar of the Japanese Spoken Language. Nagasaki: Printed and published by F. Walsh, 40pp.

----- (1871) A Short Grammar of the Japanese Spoken Language. Belfast: F. D. Finlay and Son, 84pp. [18733 (London: Trubner, 92pp.), 18854 (Rev. ed.)]

----- (1872) A Grammar of Japanese Written Language. London: Phoenix for the author), iv+115+iiipp.

----- (1877) A Grammar of Japanese Written Language. Second edition. London: Trübner & Co.; Yokohama: Lane, Crawford & Co., xii+212+70+8pp. [19043 (London: Luzac; Yokohama: Lane, Crawford, ix+198+lxviiipp.)]

----- (1896) Nihongi, Chronicles of Japan from the Earliest Times to A.D. 697. Translated from the Original Chinese and Japanese by William George Aston. First published as a supplement to the Transactions and Proceedings of the Japan Society. 2 volumes. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. [1924 (New York: Dutton, 2 vols.), 1956 (Rpt. London: George Allen & Unwin, xx+407, 443pp.), 1997 (Rpt. Bristol: Ganesha, 2 vols.)] Enjoy the photos.

----- (1898) A History of Japanese Literature. London: William Heinemann, xi+410pp. [c1899 (New York & London: Appleton, xi+408pp.), 1899 (London: Heinemann, xi+408pp.), 1901 (New York & London: Appleton, xi+408pp.), 1907 (London: Heinemann, xi+410pp.), 1937 (New York: Appleton-Century, xi+408pp.), 1997 (Rpt. of 1899 ed. Bristol: Ganesha, xi+408pp.)]

----- (1899)  See Aston (1898)

----- (1905) Shinto, the Way of the Gods. London: Longmans, Green and Co., ii+390pp.

----- (1907) Shinto: Ancient Religion of Japan. London: Archibald Constable, 83pp. [1910 (London: Constable, 83pp.), 1921 (London: Constable, 83pp.)]

Atkinson, Rev. John L. (1893) Prince Siddartha, the Japanese Buddha. Based on Japanese manuscripts. Boston: Congregational Sunday-School & Publishing Society, 309pp.

Audsley, George Ashdown (1872a) Catalogue Raisonne of the Oriental Exhibition of the Liverpool Art Club. Liverpool: The Liverpool Art Club, 163pp.

----- (1872b) Notes on Japanese Art. Paper read before the Architectural Association London, Liverpool: Printed for private circulation.

----- (1873) Notes on Japanese Art. Paper read before the Architectural Association London, Liverpool: Printed for private circulation.

----- (1874) Notes on Japanese Art. Paper read before the Architectural Association, London, Liverpool: Printed by D. Marples (For private circulation), 3+6+8+163pp.

----- (1882-1884) The Ornamental Arts of Japan. Vol. I (1882) Section First -Fourth, Vol. II (1884) Section Fifth - Ninth. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington. [Preface is date 1885. 1883-84 (New York: Scribner’s, 2 vols.), 1984 (Rpt. New York: Arch Cape, 248+[37]pp.)] Enjoy the photos.

---- (1913) Gems of Japanese Art and Handicraft. London: Sampson Low, Marston, & Company, vi+60pp.+illustrations.

Audsley, G. A. and James Lord Bowes (1875) Keramic Art of Japan. The preface was written in 1879. Liverpool: Published for the subscribers by the authors; London: Henry Sotheran & Co. Vol. 1, lxxi+61pp. Vol. 2, plates.

----- (1881) Keramic Art of Japan. London: Henry Sotheran, 304pp.+32 plates. [This is the revised version of the preface to Audsley and Bowes (1875).] Enjoy the photos.

Averill, Mary (1914) Japanese Flower Arrangement (Ike-Bana). Applied to Western Needs. London: John Lane, the Bodley Head; New York: John Lane Company; Toronto: Bell and Cockburn, 218pp. [1922 (New York: Dodd, Mead, 218pp.)] Enjoy the photos.

----- (1915) The Flower Art of Japan. With 129 illustrations. Applied to Western needs. New York: John Lane Co., 216pp. [1926 (New York: Dodd Mead, 216pp.)]

Awdry, Frances (1904) Daylight for Japan. A Story of Mission Work, etc. London: Bemrose & Sons, xii+284pp.

Axelrod, Dr. Herbert R. (1987) A Complete Introduction to Koi and Garden Pools. 2nd edition. Neptune City, New Jersey: T. F. H. Publications, 125pp. Enjoy the photos.

Ayrton, Mrs. M. Chaplin (1879) Child-Life in Japan, and Japanese Child-Stories. London: Griffith and Farran, xiv+125pp. [1888 (London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Walsh, 125pp.), 1901 (Edited with introduction and notes by W. E. Griffis. Boston: Heath, xiv+70pp.)]

Baba, Tatui (1873) An Elementary Grammar of the Japanese Language. London: Trübner and Co., xi+92pp. [19043 (London: Trübner, xi+120pp.), 1988 (Rpt. Tokyo: Iwanami)]

----- (1876) The Treaty between Japan and England. London: Trubner and Co., 28pp. [1988 (Rpt. Tokyo: Iwanami)]

----- (1888) The Political Condition of Japan. Showing the Despotism and Incompetency of the Cabinet and the Aims of the Popular Parties. Philadelphia: [s.n.], 22pp. [1956 (Tokyo: Nihon-Hyoronsha)]

Bacon, Alice Mabel (1891) Japanese Girls and Women. With illustrations by Keishu Takenouchi. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, ix+333pp. [1902 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 337pp.), 2000 (Rpt. Richmond: Japan Library)] Enjoy the photos.

----- (1893) A Japanese Interior. London: Gay and Bird, xix+267pp. [1894 (Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin, xix+272pp.)]

Ballard, Susan tr. (1908) Fairy Tales from Far Japan. Translated from the Japanese by Susan Ballard, with a prefatory note by Mrs. I. L. Bishop. London: Religious Tract Society, 127pp.

----- (1909) Jottings from Japan. Westminster: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, viii+96pp.

Barneby, W. Henry (1889) The New Far West and the Old Far East. Being Notes of a Tour in North America, Japan, China, Ceylon, etc. London: Edward Stanford, x+316pp.

Barnhart, Clarence L., Sol Steinmetz and Robert K. Barnhart (1973) A Dictionary of New English 1963-1972. London: Longman, 512pp.

----- (1980) The Second Dictionary of New English. New York: Barnhart Books, xv+520pp.

----- (1990) The Third Dictionary of New English. [s.l.]: The H. W. Wilson Company, xxi+565pp.

Barrett, Robert N. (1895) In the Land of the Sunrise. A Story of a Japanese Family and the Wonderful Land They Live in. Louisville, KY.: Baptist Book Concern, x+192pp.

Barrows, Rev. John Henry (1893) World’s Parliament of Religions. An Illustrated and Popular Story of the World’s First Parliament of Religions. 2 volumes. Chicago: The Parliament Publishing Company.

Batchelor, Rev. John (1892) The Ainu of Japan. London: The Religious Tract Society, 336pp.

----- (1901) The Ainu and their Folk-Lore. London: The Religious Tract Society, xxvi+603pp.

----- (1902) Sea-Girt Yezo. Glimpses at Missionary Work in North Japan. London: Church Missionary Society, vii+120pp.

Bates, Henry Walter (1869) Illustrated Travels. A Record of Discovery, Geography, and Adventure. 4 volumes. London, Paris and New York: Cassel Patter and Galpin. [187- (London: Cassel Patter & Galpin, 378pp., viii+376pp.)]

Bax, Captain Bonham W. (1875) The Eastern Seas. Being a Narrative of the Voyage of H. M. S. “Dwarf” in China, Japan, and Formosa. London: John Murray, xi+287pp.

Baxter, Katharine Schuyler (1895) In Beautiful Japan. A Story of Bamboo Lands. New York: Street and Smith, 381pp. [1895 (Also published under the title In Bamboo Lands.), 1904 (New York: Hobart, 381pp.)]

Beauvoir, Marquis de (1872) Pekin, Jeddo, and San Francisco. The Conclusion of a Voyage Round the World. Translated from the French by Agnes and Helen Stephenson. London: John Murray. x+291pp.

Belcher, Sir Edward (1848) Narrative of the Voyage of H. M. S. Samarang, during the Years 1843-46. Employed Surveying the Islands of the Eastern Archipelago. Accompanied by a brief vocabulary of the principal languages. London: Reeve, Benham, and Reeve. Vol. I, xxxix+358pp. Vol. II, 574pp.

Bell, Archie (1917) A Trip to Lotus Land. New York and London: John Lane Co., 287pp.

Bell, R. C. (1969) Board and Table Games from Many Civilizations. Vol. 2. London, New York and Toronto: Oxford University Press, xx+155pp.

Benedict, Ruth (1946) The Chrysanthemum and the Sword. Patterns of Japanese Culture. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 324pp. [1947 (London: Secker & Warburg, 324pp.), 1967 (London: Routledge & Paul, viii+231pp.)] Enjoy the photos.

Bennett, Ella M. Hart (1906) An English Girl in Japan. London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, xvi+176pp. [1924 (London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, xvi+176pp.)]

Benneville, J. S. de (1906) Sakurambo. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, vi+339pp.

Benyowski, Maurice Auguste (1790) Memoirs and Travels of Mauritius Augustus Count de Benyowsky in Siberia, Kamchatka, Japan, the Liukiu Islands and Formosa. Translated from the original manuscript (1741-1771) by W. Nicholson. London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row. Vol. I, xxxiii+422pp. Vol. II, 399pp. [1898 (London: Unwin, 399pp.), 1904 (London: Kegan Paul, xxxvi+635pp.), 1998 East Meets West (Microfilm. Oxford: Adam Matthew Publications)]

Bergen, Robert van (1897) History of Japan through the Sino-Japanese War. New York: American Book, 296pp.

----- (1897) The Story of Japan. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Company, 294pp. [1922 (New York: American Book, 314pp.)]

----- (1901) A Boy of Old Japan. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 246pp.

Berkeley, Commander Hastings ed. (1891) Japanese Letters. Eastern Impressions of Western Men and Manners, as Contained in the Correspondence of Tokiwara and Yashiri. London: John Murray, xvi+254pp. Enjoy the photos.

Berry, Katherine Fiske (1940) A Pioneer Doctor in Old Japan. The Story of John C. Berry, M.D. New York, London and Edinburgh: Fleming H. Revell Company, 247pp.

Bertram, James M. (1947) The Shadow of a War, a New Zealander in the Far East, 1939-1946. London: V. Gollancz, 346pp.

Bevan, Paul (1898) Harmonies in Japanese Music. London: The Bedford Press (Imprinted for the author), 65+5pp.

Bickerstaffe, Mona B. (1865) Araki the Daimio. A Japanese Story of the Olden Time. London: Jackson, Walford and Hodder, viii+175pp.

Bickersteth, Mary Jane (1893) Japan as We Saw It. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co., xvi+354pp. Enjoy the photos.

Bickersteth, Samuel (1899) Life and Letters of Edward Bickersteth, Bishop of South Tokyo. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., xv+496pp. [19012 (London: Murray, xv+408pp.), 1905 (London: Murray, xv+408pp.)]

Bing, Siegfried ed. (1888-1891) Artistic Japan: Illustrations and Essays. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. Vol. 1 (June 1888) - Vol. 6 (May 1891) Enjoy the photos.

Binyon, Laurence (1908) Painting in the Far East. An Introduction to the History of Pictorial Art in Asia Especially China & Japan. London: Edward Arnold, xvi+286pp. [1913 (New York: Longmans, Green, 295pp.)] Enjoy the photos.

----- (1909) Japanese Art. The International Art Series. One cut in four colours, 37 drawings on superfine unglazed art paper, 20 tinted illustrations and 1 engraving. London and Leipsic: T. Fisher Unwin, 59pp.

----- (1916) A Catalogue of Japanese & Chinese Woodcuts. Preserved in the Sub-department of Oriental Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. London: The British Museum, lii+605pp.

Binyon, Laurence and J. J. O’Brien Sexton (1923) Japanese Colour Prints. London: Ernest Benn, lvi+237pp.+46 plates.

Birch, Samuel (1850) History of Ancient Pottery. Illustrated with coloured plates and numerous engravings. 2 volumes. London: John Murray. [1858 (London: John Murray, Vol. I, xii+415pp., Vol. II, xii+437pp.), 1873 (Rev. ed. London: Murray, xv+644pp.)]

Bird, Isabella Lucy (1880) Unbeaten Tracks in Japan. An Account of Travels in the Interior, Including Visits to the Aborigines of Yezo and the Shrines of Nikko and Ise. London: John Murray. Vol. I, xxiii+398pp. Vol. II, xi+383pp. [1880 (Two volumes in one. New York: Putnam’s. xxiii+407pp.,  xii+392pp.), 18802 (London: Murray, xxiii+398pp., xiii+383pp.), 1881 (New York: Putnam, xxiii+407pp., xii+392pp.)] 18814 (London: Murray, xxiii+398pp., xi+383pp.), 1885 (Abridged ed. London: Murray, xxiv+336pp.), 1888  (Abridged ed. London: Murray, xxiv+336pp.), 1893 (Abridged ed. London: Murray, xxiv+336pp.)] Enjoy the photos.

----- [Mrs. J. F. Bishop] (1900) Unbeaten Tracks in Japan. An Account of Travels in the Interior, Including Visits to the Aborigines of Yezo and the Shrines of Nikkô and Ise. New edition. London: Georg Newnes xiv+483pp.

Bisland, Elizabeth (1906) The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press. Vol. I, xii+476pp., Vol. II, iv+560pp. [1907 (London: Constable), 1910 (New York: Houghton Mifflin), 1923 (Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin; Cambridge: Riverside Press)]

----- ed. (1910) The Japanese Letters of Lafcadio Hearn. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company, ix+468pp. [1910 (London: Constable, lx+468pp.), 1911 (London: Constable, lx+468pp.)]

Bisignani, Joe D. (1983) Japan Handbook. Updated and revised. Chico, CA: Moon Publications, 505pp. Enjoy the photos.

Black, Ishi (1958) The Key to Judo. USA: Key Publishing, 95pp. Enjoy the photos.

Black, John Reddie (1880-1881) Young Japan, Yokohama and Yedo. A Narrative of the Settlement and the City from the Signing of the Treaties in 1858, to the Close of the Year 1879. London: Trubner & Co.; Yokohama: Kelly & Co. Vol. I, xvi+418pp. Vol. II, xiv+522pp. [1883 (New York: Baker, Pratt; Yokohama: Kelly, 2 vols.)]

Blacker, J. F. (1911) The A B C of Japanese Art. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co., 460pp.

Blakeney, William (1902) On the Coasts of Cathay and Cipango, Forty Years Ago. A Record of Surveying Service in the China Yellow and Japan Seas... Illustrated by F. Le B. Bedwell. London: Eliot Stock, 353pp.

Blanchard, Amy Ella (1906) The Four Corners in Japan. Philadelphia and London: G. W. Jacobs & Company, 387pp. [1912 (Philadelphia: Jacobs, 377pp.)]

Blanchard, Henry P. (1878) A Visit to Japan in 1860. In the U. S. Frigate “Hartford,” and a Return from China by the U. S. Frigate “Niagra,” to Aden and thence via the Red Sea & Europe to the United States. San Francisco: Women’s Co-operative Printing Union, 59pp.

Bleiler, Everett F. (1963) Basic Japanese Grammar. Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, 156pp.

Blunden, Edmund (1928) Japanese Garland. A Book of Poems by E. Blunden. London: The Beaumont Press, 39pp.

Blunden, Edmund (1934) Choice or Chance. New Poems by E. Blunden. London: Cobden-Sanderson, viii+60pp.

Board of Mission of the United States, The (1866) Historical Sketch of the Missions of the American Board in Japan. Boston: Published by the Board, 25pp.

Board of Mission of the United States, The (1886) Historical Sketch of the Missions of the American Board in Japan. Boston: Published by the Board, 25pp.

Bohours, Dominick (Dominique Bouhours) (1688) The Life of St. Francis Xavier of the Society of Jesus, Apostle of the Indies, and Japan. Written in French by Father Dominicke Bohours, of the Same Society. Translated into English by James Dryden. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judges-Head in Chancery-lane, 768+[1]pp. [1812 (Dublin: Printed by T. Haydock, 376pp.)]

Borlase, William Copeland (1876) Niphon and its Antiquities. An Essay on the Ethnology, Mythology and Religions of the Japanese. Plymouth: W. Brendon and Sons, 86pp.

Bornoff, Nicholas (2005) National Geographic Traveller, Japan. Second edition. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 399pp. [First published in 1999]

Borton, Hugh (1937) Peasant Uprisings in Japan of the Tokugawa Period. [s.l.]: [s.n.], xv+219pp. [1968 (Rpt. New York: Paragon Book Reprint, 219pp.)

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Brownell, Clarence Ludlow (1900) Tales of Tokio. New York: Quail & Warner, 244pp.

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----- (1938)  See Chamberlain (1937)

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Crow, Arthur H. (1883) Highways and Byways in Japan. The Experiences of Two Pedestrian Tourists. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, xvi+307pp.

Crow, Carl (1916) Japan and America, a Contrast. New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, xiii+316pp.

----- (1939) He Opened the Door of Japan. Townsend Harris and the Story of his Amazing Adventures in Establishing American Relations with the Far East. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, xvii+275pp.

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----- (1916) Japan, from the Age of the Gods to the Fall of Tsingtau. The Nations’ Histories. London: T. C. & E. C. Jack; New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., x+323pp.

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