Green Willow. James, ed/Goble ill. Macmillan, 1923/1910, 3rd trade ed.

Green Willow and other Japanese Fairy Tales.

A collection of Japanese tales and legends from various sources: from the author's memory, from plays, and from the Ko-ji-ki or Record of Ancient Matters .. some newly translated. Beautifully illustrated by Goble. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.



The Village Tree, written and illustrated by Taro Yashima, 1st printing. SIGNED

The Village Tree.

Yashima's third book, memories of his childhood painted and written for his daughter Momo. Life for children in his village centered around a huge tree. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR/ARTIST IN ENGLISH AND JAPANESE WITH DRAWING OF CHILD FLYING KITE AND CHOP Note: This Book has been sold.



The Princes Fire-Flash & Fire-Fade by Mrs. James. Griffith/Kobunsha.

The Princes Fire-Flash & Fire-Fade.

NOTE: This copy has been SOLD.



Battle of the Monkey and the Crab, Japanese Fairy Tales Series No. 3.

Battle of the Monkey and the Crab

A very bright, relatively modern, Japanese woodblock crepe paper book. A nice gift. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Very Hungry Caterpillar. (Japanese edition)

The Japanese calligraphy brings out the handsome design of this book.



The Rolling Rice Ball.

An old man gained welcome to the mouse community underground when his rice ball rolled down their hole, but then he became too greedy. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.



The Golden Thread by Sasaki by Tazu Sasaki /Etsuro Suzuki, ill

The Golden Thread: Japanese Stories for Children.

The Boy and the Little Badger, Ko-chan Who Rode a Shrike, The Woodpecker and the Soap Bubbles, Sae-chan's "Road of Time", The Golden Thread and the Rainbow, How Far Does the Wax-Stone Road Go, White Bonnet Hill.



My Lord Bag-o'-Rice, Chamberlain. Griffith Farran & Co, Kobunsha c 1888

My Lord Bag-o'-Rice,

NOTE: This copy has been SOLD.



The Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom.T. Hasegawa, 38 Yotsuya Hommura

The Old Man Who Made the Dead Trees Blossom.

A Japanese crepe paper book from the early 1900's with splendid pictures. I like the little dog!.



The Weaver of the Frost.

Note: This book has been sold.



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