B000M49U96 A Very Good book and a Good dustjacket which has some closed tears along its edges. 114 pages. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Five Sacred Festivals of Ancient Japan: ...
Publisher: Charles E. Tuttle 1967-01-01
Publication Date: 1967
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Charles E. Tuttle, Rutland, Vermont, 1967. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. mild glue stains to end papers from former jacket protector, otherwise gently used, a clean, square copy. Seller Inventory # 020453
Book Description Sophia University / Tuttle, Tokyo, 1967. viii, 114p., hardcover, very good but for foxing of top of text block; dustjacket lightly worn with some foxing. Seller Inventory # 166340
Book Description Sophia University, Tokyo / Charles E. Tuttle Company , Rutland. 1976, 1th printing, viii,114pp. With 6 figures. Half cloth. Dustjacket with some signs of use. Book in very good condition. Seller Inventory # 10520
Book Description Sophia University., Tokyo., 1967. Black and white line illustrations, one folding, viii + 114pp, index, elegant bookplate tipped in front free endpaper, edges slightly yellowed, half cream linen covered spine, leather laid, orange paper covered boards trifle marked, tall octavo. "The Five Sacred Festivals of Ancient Japan deals with the historical, religious and folk backgrounds for the great traditional festivals of Japan. These include the New Year Festival (Oshogatsu), the Girls' Festival (Hinamatsuri), the Boys' Festival (Tango no Sekku), the Star Festival (Tanabata) and the Chrysanthemum Festival (Jugoya)." Taken from preface. Seller Inventory # 70195
Book Description Tokyo, Sophia University, (1967). Half cloth, with dust-jacket. With plates. VIII,114 pp. Seller Inventory # 11843
Book Description Sophia University in cooperation with Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo, Japan, 1967. Cloth and patterned boards. Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket. 9 b/w illustrations, 1 folding plate (illustrator). Second printing. 4to. viii, 114 pp. 'The present volume is a posthumous work of the late U.A. Casal who was a Swiss businessman with a deep interest in Japanese art and folklore. He came to Japan early in 1912, the last year of the Meiji era, and lived more than fifty years in Kobe. There he intensified his study of Japanese art and culture, publishing the results in many scholarly journals.". Seller Inventory # 1005153