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Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 26) (English and Japanese Edition) by Kageo Muraoka; Kichiemon Okamura - First English Edition - 1973 - from Wyrdhoard Books and Biblio.co.uk

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Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 26) (English and Japanese Edition)

by Kageo Muraoka; Kichiemon Okamura

Condition: Very Good/Good


New York: Weatherhill, 1973. First English Edition is Near-Fine in lilac & aquamarine desorative cloth over boards. Faint foxing along all edges of text-block; interior unmarked, clean, tight & square. Price-clipped DJ is Good w corner wear & creasing along extremities, sl discolored along DJ head. "In a generous selection of photography--30 in full color and 130 in black and white--the book illustrates the full range of Japanese folk-craft products: ceramic ware, textiles, woodwork, metalwork, and pictorial design."--flap copy.. First English Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used.


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