Japanese Fairy Tales was translated by Yei Theodora Ozaki. Her translations of Japanese tales are very popular and were reprinted many times over the years. Yei Theodora Ozaki lived an untraditional life during her life time, refusing an arranged marriage she became a teacher and secretary instead to earn money. While traveling over Japan and Europe her letters home went astray and arrived serendipitously to Yukio Ozaki a Japanese politician. After exchanging many letters they finally met in 1904 and were married.
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