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Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan

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Published by Chin Music Press Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Essays,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Multicultural Education,
  • Asian,
  • History / Asia,
  • Asia - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBruce Rutledge (Editor), Craig Mod (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8581572M
    ISBN 100974199508
    ISBN 109780974199504
    OCLC/WorldCa57547302

    Kuhaku and Other Accounts From Japan $ «Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next». Cart. 0 items $ Edited by Bruce Rutledge, Kuhaku & Other Accounts From Japan(/4/1) Sumire Kawakami, Goodbye Madame Butterfly() Minoru Morita(森田実), Curing Japan’s America Addiction(/7/1) Shiro Kashiba photography by Ann Norton, Shiro: Wit, Wisdom and Recipes From a Sushi Pioneer(/11/29)業種: 情報・通信業.

    NF = Non-Fiction, all other titles are fiction. (Books that I have acquired but have not read yet can be found in my Reading Japan: TBR List). JAPANESE AUTHORS Akutagawa, Ryunosuke - Rashomon and other stories CLAMP - xxxHolic, vol. 1 (manga) Hino, Matsuri - Vampire Knight, v. (manga) Ibuse, Masuji - Black Rain (based on true accounts).   David Rutledge is a literature professor at the University of New Orleans and the co-editor of the currently sold-out post-Katrina anthology Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans (Chin Music Press, ). The book release party at the Saturn Bar in February of was the most remarkable evening in his 11 years in New Orleans/5.

    Kuhaku and Other Accounts from Japan Summary: A series of essays detailing life in modern Japan, mostly from western journalists. The goal was less a Westerner's philosophy about why Japanese people do things, and more about what is actually going on over there. Kuhaku & Other Accounts From Japan, published by Chin Music Press, isn't the point. 1 But all of these things came in the box with the can of coffee. Also a card bound in wire set in a bow which I cut violently with a butter knife while Eli Horowitz hides beneath his desk screaming.


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Bruce Rutledge is a journalist, author and editor. He has published extensively on Japan. Rutledge edited Kuhaku after founding Chin Music Press in Craig Mod is a designer, illustrator and photographer living in Tokyo. He designed Kuhaku and also did many of the illustrations. Kozyndan are a husband and wife team known for their realistic illustrations of modern Japan cityscapes that /5(7).

Kuhaku, being what it is (a collection of stories by both Japanese people and foreigners living/having lived in Japan) both amused and annoyed me. Happily, the amusement outweighed the annoyance enough to earn it four stars from me, though honestly, if I could have given it 4/5.

Kuhaku is a difficult book to classify. Part cultural observations from long-term foreign residents in Japan, part translations of essays and stories by Japanese authors, and part insight into a street populated with cartoon rabbits and a family of cubes/5.

Kūhaku & other accounts from Japan. Seattle: Chin Music Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Some of the selections are translated into English from the original Japanese.

Notes: Essays and short stories. Includes glossary. Description. Our first foray into the printed word, "Kuhaku" is a celebration of a collective experience in contemporary Japan.

It's a love letter, a diary entry, a travelogue, and a. Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan. by Bruce Rutledge (Editor) Chin Music Press. ISBN: pp "Some of us live here and that means something, even though it doesn't sound exotic or esoteric.

All your talk about "Japan" and the "Japanese" you don't know a. "Kuhaku & Other Accounts From Japan" was one of the first books released by Chin Music Press, an independent publisher that has produced some of the best collections of contemporary literature. Bruce Rutledge is the former editor in chief of JI.

His publishing house in Seattle, Chin Music Press, has just published its first book, Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan, a collection of essays by Japanese and Western writers that takes the armchair traveler past the temples and tourist sites and into the mind of Japan.

Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan; Gamers; Pink Box; Contributing Writer, Leo Lewis. Leo Lewis is the Asia Business Correspondent for The Times of London. He cut his journalistic teeth in the UK, working first for the Liverpool Echo, and later as companies and financial markets reporter for the Independent on Sunday newspaper.

Kuhaku and Other Accounts From Japan edited by Bruce Rutledge Kuhaku is a love letter, a diary entry, a travelogue, and a late-night rant all rolled into one gorgeous cloth-bound, foil-stamped anthology of essays and art.

Features Roland Kelts, kozyndan, Sumie Kawakami and the. Lately, this book caught my attention: Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan. Here’s the synopsis from the book’s page: When we set out to find stories for Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan, we knew what we wanted: candid tales of life in Japan that weren’t trying to slice and dice the country and the culture into digestable nuggets.

The press’s first title is Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan, a very unique collection of essays on Japan. In every way it proves itself as a new type of travel book. will make an effort to obscure email addresses, telephone numbers, website addresses, social media accounts, and other similar details.

The opinions expressed in contributions are those of customers and properties, and not of does not accept responsibility or liability for any reviews or responses/10(26). "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?" is the second book from Chin Music Press.

Chin Music released "Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan" in the spring of and immediately established itself as a publisher focused on meticulous design and collaboration among artists and writers.

Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans. is the second book from Chin Music Press. Chin Music released Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan in the spring of and immediately established itself as a publisher focused on meticulous design.

Part of the book was translated into English and appeared as Floating Feelings in Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan (Chin Music Press, ).

Work Experience Starting out as a crime reporter for a major Japanese daily, she has worked for various Japanese and English media organizations, including a daily newspaper, wire services, magazines, a.

Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans. is the second book from Chin Music Press. Chin Music released Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan in the spring of and immediately established itself as a publisher focused on meticulous design 4/5(5).

His publishing house in Seattle, Chin Music Press, has just published its first book, Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan, a collection of essays by Japanese and Western writers that takes the armchair traveler past the temples and tourist sites and into the mind of Japan.

Co-authored “Kuhaku: Other Account from Japan” (Chin Music Press, Seattle) April Co-authored a book titled Tsuma-no Koi from Astra Publishing Co. Tokyo (Japanese) March Began working at NHK as a news translator. Resumed freelance. Woven throughout the book is a series of interviews with New Orleans residents from all walks of life-jazz pianists, grain traders, tour guides, and others who make up this city.

Chin Music released Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan in the spring of and immediately established itself as a publisher focused on meticulous design and collaboration among artists and writers. Bruce Rutledge Discussing "Kuhaku & Other Accounts From Japan." 7 p.m.

Get Lost Travel Books, Market St., S.F. () Thursday at Word Beat Reading Series 7 p.m. Caffe Mediterraneum.Sign in - Google Accounts.This book is out of print. KuhAKu & OThER ACCOuNTS fROM JAPAN An anthology of essays & art edited by Bruce Rutledge, designed by Craig Mod, with illustrations by kozyndan “[A] new type of travel book.” – Bookslut Trade cloth, $, pages Broken Levee Books Backlist» hOME, AWAY A novel by Jeff Gillenkirk.