Tokyo: Asamura Patent Office, March, 1958. 54 pp.
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B. F. Buck & Co, 1904. 12mo. 95 pp plus a few photos.
The Ishi Press, 1968.
np, 1953. 94 pp.
Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, 1943. Lithoprinted reprint of the scarce 1939 first edition. 4to. 12, 171, pp. Original cloth.
Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1897. First edition. 4to. x, 567, . Folding map at end, photographic plates, illustrated throughout. Original patterned cloth simulating wood grain, gilt-lettered on front cover and spine.
New York: The Silk Association of America, 1929. 50 pp + folding map.
Portland, OR: Nazraeili Press, 2010. Folio. 115 duotone reproductions. Cloth, image mounted on cover. FIRST EDITION, one of 2000 copies.
San Francisco: Asian Art Museum / Chong Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture, 2004. First edition, limited issue, one of 150 copies in hardcover boxed with an original signed print. 4to. Original woodcut and silkscreen on Japanese paper titled "Diary: Dec. 21st '03" numbered 99/150 and signed in...
Yokohama: walshThe Advertising Pub Co / Kelly &, 1906. Revised Edition, Complete in One Volume.
London: The Eastern Press, 1923. First edition. 4to. 552pp. Original red cloth.
Chicago and Toronto: The Book House for Children, . 4to. 191pp. Color illustrations by Katharine Sturges. Original blue cloth with illustration on cover. Light wear at ends of spine, generally a bright, fresh copy. FIRST EDITION.
Rutland, VT and Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle, 1961. Small 4to. 168 pages. Profusely illustrated in black-and-white. Cloth; dust jacket; decorated cardboard slipcase. Fourth printing, an unusually bright and well-preserved jacket. Preface by Soetsu Yanagi. First published 1958.
Braunschweig: George Westermann, 1908. First edition. Tall 8vo. 104pp. 161 black-and-white illustrations and 6 in color. Original cloth over limp boards.
New York: Grove Press, . First American edition, first printing. 8vo. 214pp. Original cloth; dust jacket. Translated from the Japanese by John Nathan. The Nobel laureate's best-known work and his first to be translated into English.
Sage Pubs, Foreign Policy Paper, 1, 1975. 49 pp. wrappers.
Ridgewood, NJ: np, nd. 28 pp.
Berkeley, CA: Center for Japanese Studies of the institute of International Studies, 1961. First edition. 8vo. 173pp. Original cloth-backed stiff paper wrappers.
Tokyo: Public Information Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1955. 24 pp.
Tokyo: Kyoto Hanga in, ca 1960s. Printed description and 6 color prints window mounted. As-issued in board portfolio, printed paper label on front cover. A fine philatelic item, reproducing 6 prints by Utamaro, Hokusai, Hiroshiga, and others.
GPO, 1957. 23 pp.
Office of Population Research, 1950. an offprint from The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, July 1950, XXVIII, no 3. pp 273-293.
Tokyo: Ishinobi-sha, 1988. Oblong (8 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches). Text in Japanese. 280 pages. Illustrating approximately 160 pieces, mostly in color. Simulated leather backstrip, blue silk boards; slipcase. FIRST EDITION, one of 500 copies. A superb work on "Suiseki," the art of looking at natural stones.