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ART SINCE 1945 IN GENERAL

[See Clark, Japanese Art: a bibliography for students above for a list of short articles on many postwar and contemporary artists from The Japan Quarterly]


Forty Years of Japanese Contemporary Art, Tôkyô, Tôkyô Metropolitan Fine Art Museum, 1985.

Havens, T.R.H., Artist and Patron in Post-War Japan, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1982.

Jensen, K.W. et al, ‘Japan pa Louisiana’, Louisiana Revy, 15, nr.1-2, September 1974.

Munro, A., et al., Scream against the sky: Japanese Art after 1945, New York, Harry N. Abrams,

1994.[Review: Conant, E., Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995]

Munsterberg, H., The Art of Modern Japan, New York, Hacker Art Books, 1978.

Terada, T., Japanese Art in World Perspective, Tôkyô, Weatherhill, 1976
ART FROM 1945 TO mid-1960S

Altshuler, B., The Avant Garde in Exhibition, New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1994.

Bertozzi, B., ‘Gutai: The Happening People’, Flash Art, no.158, May/June 1991.

D[onald] J[udd], ‘Reviews and previews: new names this month - Yayoi Kusama’, Art News 58, no.6, October 1959.



The First Contemporary Japanese Graphics Exhibition, London, I.C.A., 1971.

Fry, E.F., Contemporary Japanese Art, New York, Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum, 1970.

Kaido, K., Reconstructions: Avant-Garde Art in Japan 1945-1965, Oxford, Museum of Modern Art,

1985.


Kaprow, A., Assemblage, Environments and Happenings, New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1966.Kung, D., The Contemporary Artist in Japan, Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1966.

Lambert, Jean Clarence, Sugai, Barcelona, Ediciones Poligrafica, 1993.

Love, Joseph,’ The 10th Tokyo Biennale of Contemproary Art’, Art International, XIV, no.6, 1970.

Miller, D., New Japanese Painting and Sculpture, New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1966.

Takashina,S. et al, Art in Japan Today, Tôkyô, The Japan Foundation, 1974.

Tapié, M., Haga, T., Avant-Garde Art in Japan, New York, Abrams, 1962.

Westgeest, H., Zen in the fifties: Interaction between east and west, Zolle, Waanders Uitgevers, 1996.
ART FROM late 1960S TO 1980S

Annear, J., Zones of Love, Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art, 1991.

Clark, J., ‘The Conditions for Post-Modernity in Japanese art of the 1980s’, in Sugimoto, Y., ed., The

Postmodernity Debate and the Japanese Experience, London, Kegan Paul International, 1994.

Gamble, S., ‘Tokyo Art Expo’, Art Monthly Australia, 40, April 1991.

Gins, Madeline, ‘Interview with Arakawa...’, Flash Art, no.133, April 1987.

Gomez, Edward, ‘Mono-ha’, Art News, volume 88, March 1989.

Gumpertz, Lyn, ‘A Distant Mirror'; Chapman, Christine, ‘Power and Patronage'; Lufty, Carol, ‘Gaining

Face'; Art News, March 1990.

Hackett, L., ‘Sculpting the elements..[Kawana Tetsunori], Asian Art News, 2, no.2, Mar/Apr 1992.

Halbreich & Kômoto & Nanjô & Sokolowski, Against Nature: Japanese Art in the 1980s, New York,

New York University Grey Art Gallery, 1989

Hara, Toshio & Fox, Howard T., A Primal Spirit, Tôkyô, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, and Los

Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1990.

Harris, T.G.H., ‘Nobuo Sekine: Phases of Nothingness’, Art International, XXII, 5-6 Summer 1978.

Hutchinson, J., Earth, Air, Fire, Water: Sculpture of Toshikatsu Endô, Dublin, Douglas Hyde Gallery

1992.


Karia, Bhupendra, ed., Yayoi Kusama:A Retrospective, New York, Center for International

Contemporary Art, 1989.

Kobayashi, H., ed., The Eighties, Tokyo, Kobayashi Gallery, 1990.

Koplos, Janet, ‘Through the looking glass’, Art in America, July 1989

....................., Contemporary Japanese Sculpture, London, The Abbeville Press, 1991.

Love, Joseph, ‘Exhibition in Tokyo - Lee Ufan’, Art International, XIV, 5, June 1970.

....................., ‘Tokyo Letter’, Art International, XIV, 10, 1970.

....................., ‘Tokyo Letter’, Art International, XV, 5, May 1971.



Monoha, La Scuola della cose, Roma, Museo laboratorio di arte contemporanea, dell’ Università degli

studi di Roma, 1988.

Nakahara,Y. et al, Japan ‘89, Europalia 89, Gent, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, [Honda N.V. and

The Japan Foundation], 1989.

Nakahara,Y. et al, Art In Japan Today II, Tôkyô, The Japan Foundation, 1984.

Nakamura, K., Private Visions, Japanese Video Art in the 1980s, Tôkyô,The Japan Foundation, 1990.

Nanjô, F., ‘Situation in Japan’, Third Text, 6, Spring 1990.

........., & Weiermair, Peter, Japanische Kunst der Achtziger Jahre, Frankfurt am Main, Edition

Stemmle, 1990

Okada, Takahiko & Namba, Hideo, Japanese Art Today, Tôkyô, Sezon Museum of Art, 1990



Seven Artists:Aspects of Japanese Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, Santa Monica Museum of Art,.

1991.


‘Mieko Shiomi’, Art and Artists, October 1978.

The Space: Material, Tension, Vacancy in Japanese Contemporary Art, Saitama, Museum of Modern

Art, 1989

Silva, Arturo, ‘Mono-ha’, Art Forum, vol.25, January 1987.

Sourgnes, Michel & Homma, Masayoshi, Japanese Ways, Western Means, Art of the 1980s in Japan,

Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery, 1989.

Tatehata, A., ‘Three aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art’, Art & Asia Pacific , no.1, [supplement to

Art & Australia] March 1993.

Yamagishi, N., ‘Japanese contemporary art in the 1980s’, Art Monthly Australia, 40, 1991.

Zones of Love, a Special Supplement to Art & Text, no.40, September 1991, with five translated essays

by Japanese contributors and introductions by Paroissien L., and Annear, J.


ART IN THE 1990S

Annear, J., ‘A forest of art in a Tokyo town’ [Faret Tachikawa], Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1,

Annear, J., ‘Neither inside nor outside' (interview with Hasegawa Yûko), Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.

Annear, J., Peepshow’ [Morimura Yasumasa], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

Annear, Judy, ‘Mirrors in the water: the work of Morimura Yasumasa’, in McDonald, E. & Engberg, J.

eds, Binocular: Focusing, Time, Lapses, Sydney, Mo‘t & Chandon, 1992.

‘Art into Function’ [Faret Tachikawa], Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.1, Winter, 1995.

Auping, Michael, Tatsuo Miyajima: Big Time, London, Hayward Gallery & Forth Worth, Modern Art

Museum of Fort Worth, 1996-7.

Brown, Azby, ‘The Birth of the Past' [on Shimada Yoshiko], World Art vol.1, no.1, 1994.

Bryson, Norman, ‘Yasumasa Morimura’, Artforum 32, no.5, January 1992.

Cameron, Don, ‘The On Kawara Story’, Arts Magazine, 61, no.2, October 1986.

Clark, John, ‘The 1995 Osaka Triennale’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.

Denizot, René, On Kawara, Frankfurt, Museum für Moderne Kunst, 1991.

Dyer, Richard. ‘Yukinori Yanagi: Union Jack Ant Farm.’ Third Text no.27 Summer 1994

Findlay, Ian. ‘Wood in Flight: Kiichi Sumikawa.’ World Sculpture News 3:4 Autumn 1997

Fouser, Robert J., ‘In Praise of Mad Shadows: The Photography of Tokihiro Sato.’ Art AsiaPacific

issue 21 1999

Hagenberg, R., ‘Heartbeat with a hiccup [Dumb Type]’, Asian Art News, vol.5, no.2, March/April 1995.

Hagiwara Hiroko, ‘Silenced by “History”; Taeko Tomiyama’s “Harbin Station” Series’, Third Text, no.33,

Winter 1995-1996.

Inaga Shigemi, ‘To be a Japanese artist in the so-called Postmodern Era’, Third Text, no.33, Winter 1995-

96

Jana, Reena ‘A Blunt Reality.’ Asian Art News 9:5 September/October 1999 [Daido Moriyama]



Kaihotsu Chie ‘De-Genderism, Art on the edge of representation’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Kaihotsu, Chie, ‘Shooting from the hip’, [Nagashima Yurie, Ninagawa Mika, Hiromix], ART AsiaPacific,

no.13, 1997.

Kellein, Thomas, Hiroshi Sugimoto: Time Exposed, Stuuttgart, Edition Hansjorg Mayer, 1995.

King, Natalie ‘Fashion statements: Three Exhibitions in Japan’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Koplos, J., ‘The two-fold path: contemporaary art in Japan’,

Kuroda Raiji, ‘Something strange in the cities - Three Japanese artists living in Japan' [Fuji Hiroshi,

Nakamura Masato, Nishiyama Minako,] in Fukuoka Art Museum, 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism



as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.

[Kusama Yayoi] Love Forever, Yayoi Kusama, 1958-1968, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

Museum, 1998 [rev: Chattopadhyay, Charlotte , Asian Art News, vol.8, no.3, May/June 1998].

Lumby, Catherine, ‘Public Image’, [Hiarakawa Noritoshi], World Art, no.1, 1996

Magnan, Kathleen, F., ‘The artist as model - Mori Mariko’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

Mitsuda, Y., ‘Flowers for wounds’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.

Miyajima Tatsuo interview with Lynne Cooke and Mark Francis, in Carnegie International 1991, vol.I,

Pittsburgh, The Carnegie Museum of Art & New York, Rizzoli, 1991.

Munroe, Alexandra, ‘Japanese artists in the Amercian avant garde’, in Japanese Art in America (I)

Arita, Nakagawa, Sugimoto, New York, Japan Society, 1987.

Munroe, Alexandra, ‘Radical Will: Yayoi Kusama in New York’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Muroi, Hisashi, ‘Mediating the body in contemporary Japanese art’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Nagoya Satoru, ‘Rental galleries in Tokyo’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Nakamura Hideki, ‘Korean Art in Japan’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

‘Nippon International Contemporary Art Festival’, Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 3, May/June 1997.

Pai, Maggie, 'Festival of Delights',[Tokyo International Art Festival] Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1,

January/February 1998.

Preece, Robert. ‘No More “I’m Sorry”: Yoshiko Shimada.’ World Sculpture News 3:1 Winter 1997

Rousmanière, Nicole C., ed., Hiroshi Sugimoto, Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, 1997.



S(h)igeko Kubota: Video Sculptures, Berlin, Daadgalerie, 1981.

Sawaragi Noi, ‘Desire and Decay’ [Araki Nobuyoshi], World Art, no.2, 1995.

Shalala, N., ‘Censorship Silences Japanese Artists’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.5, Sept-Oct, 1994.

Shikata, Y.,‘Breaking Tokyo’s Taboos’ [Hirakawa Noritoshi, Kitagawa Yuji, Bulbous Plants], World Art,

November 1993.

Shikata, Y.,‘Faith no more [Tsuda Toshinori]’, World Art, 1, 1995.

Shikata, Y.,‘Worlds on Film' [Sekiguchi Atsuhito], World Art, vol.1, no.2, 1994.

Shikata, Y., ‘Tokyo through the looking glass’, World Art, Inaugural Issue, November 1993.

Shimizu, Toshio ‘Territory of the Mind: Japan and Asia in the 1990s.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 19 1998

Shioda Jun’ichi; Fukunaga Osamu, “Japanese contemporary art in the 1990s; a perspective’, Sydney: Japan

Culture Centre;The Japan Foundation Papers, no.1, January 1997.

‘Supplement Japan’, Asian Art News, July/August 1994. [includes pieces on Kusama Yayoi, Kanai Yoshiko, Kimura Yutaka, Oscar Satio Oiwa, Fukuda Miran, Criticism, museum culture, women artists,

environmental and public art].

Tomiyama Taeko, ‘Shadows of a distant scene’, Third Text, no.33, Winter 1995-96.

Tripp, Laura, ‘Dumb Type, smart noise’, World Art, no.2, 1996.

Yamawaki, Kazuo, ‘Aspects of Contemporary Japanese art centred on Lee U-fan’, in Seven Artists:



Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art, Santa Monica, Santa Monica Museum of Art, 1991.
New Media

Evaluation of Kansei: Report of modeling the Evaluation Structure of KANSEI 1998. Tsukuba

University, 1998

Brown, Azby, 'Inter-Communication Center Opening Exhibition', World Art, #15, December 1997.

[Includes index for issues 1-12].

Fouser, Robert J. 'Life without zero: an interview with Miyajima Tatsuo', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998.

Knowbotic Research, Artlab7 IO_DENCIES questioning urbanity, Tokyo, Artlab Canon Inc., October

4 - 12 1997



Miyajima Tatsuo: Big Time, London, The South Bank Board, 1997 [review Kent, Art

AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.]

Shikata Yukiko, 'Atopic Site, On Camp/Off Base, TAZ [Tokyo Art Zone], Visual Arts + Culture, vol.1,

no.1, 1998.

............., ‘Sign of the Times: Masato Nakamura and Command N.’ Art Asia Pacific 24:1999



CRAFT AND MODERN DESIGN

Ajioka, Chiaki, Early Mingei and the Development of Japanese Crafts, 1920s-1940s, Ph.D. thesis

ANU, 1996.

Ben-Ari, E., Moeran, B., eds., Unwrapping Japan, New York, Manchester University Press, 1990

Dietz, Matthais; Mönninger, Michael, Japanese Design, Cologne, Benedikt Taschen 1992, 1994.

Evans, S., Contemporary Japanese Design, London, Collins & Brown, 1991.

Faulkner, Rupert, Japanese Studio Crafts: tradition and the avant-garde, London, Victoria and

Albert Museum, 1995.

Fraser James et al, Japanese Modern: Graphic Design Between the Wars, San Francisco, Chronicle

Books, 1996.

Frolet, E., Yanagi Sôetsu, où les éléments d'une renaissance artistique au Japon, Paris, Publications

de La Sorbonne, 1986

Fry Tony, ‘The Development of Modern Japanese Design: A Personal Account’ in Margolin V.,

Buchanan, R., eds, The idea of design : a Design issues reader, Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press, 1995

Hanley, Susan, B. Everyday Things in Premodern Japan: The Hidden Legacy of Material Culture,

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1997.

Harris, Victor, Japanese Imperial Craftsmen: Meiji Art from the Khalili Collection, London, British

Museum, 1994.

Hendry, J., Wrapping Culture, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1993

Hiesinger,, Kathryn B., Fischer, Felice, Japanese Design: A Survey since 1950, Philadelphia,

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1994.

McNeil, P., ‘Myths of Modernism: Japanese Architecture, Interior Design and the West c.1920-

1940’, Journal of Design History, vol.5, no.4, 1992.

Moeran, Brian, Folk Art Potters of Japan: beyond an anthropology of aesthetics, London: Curzon

Press, 1997

Oka, H. How to wrap five eggs: Japanese Design in Traditional Packaging, New York, Weatherhill,

1967.

Richie, D., Buruma, I., The Japanese Tattoo, Weatherhill, New York, 1980.



Sparke, P., Japanese Design, London, Michael Joseph, 1987.

Steele, William, ‘Nationalism and Cultural Pluralism in Modern Japan: Soetsu Yanagi and the Mingei

Movement’, in Macdonald, Gaynor Marilyn II; Maher, John Christopher III, Diversity in

Japanese culture and language, London, Kegan Paul International, 1995.

Tobin, J.J., ed., Re-Made in Japan: Everyday Life and Consumer taste in a changing society, New

Haven, Yale University press, 1992.

Winther-Tamaki, Bert, 'Yagi Kazuo: The Admission of the Nonfunctional Object into the Japanese

Pottery World', Journal of Design History 12:2 1999
POPULAR CULTURE IN GENERAL [INCLUDING ADVERTISING]

Arase, Y., ‘Mass communication between the two world wars’, Developing Economics, V, 1967, 748-66

Bailey, S., Sex Drinks and fast Cars: the creation and consumption of images, London, Faber & Faber,

1986.


Boorstein, D., The Image, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1963

Clamer, John, Contemporary Urban Japan: A Sociology of Consumption, Oxford, Blackwell

Publishers, 1997.

Creighton M.R., ‘Imagining the other in Japanese advertising campaigns’, in Carrier, J. Ed.,



Occidentalism: Images of the West, Oxford, The Calrendon Press, 1995.

Dyer, G., Advertising as Communication, London, Methuen, 1982.


General advertising

Graburn, N.H.H., ‘Tourism: The Sacred Journey’, in Smith, V. ed., Anthropology of Tourism, Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania University Press, 1977.

Graburn, N.H.H., To Pray, Pay and Play: The Cultural Structure of Japanese Tourism, Aix-en Provence,

Centres des Hautes Études Touristiques, 1983

Kato, Hidetoshi, Communication Policies in Japan, Paris, UNESCO, 1978.

Kato, Hidetoshi, Handbook of Popular Japanese Culture, New York, Greenwoood Press, 1989

Kato, Hidetoshi, Japanese Research on Mass Communication: Selected Abstracts, Honolulu, University

Press of Hawaii, 1974.

Lent, John A., ed., Asian Popular Culture, Boulder, Westview, 1995

Marchand, R., Adverstising the American Dream, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1985.

Martinez, D. P. (ed.) The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture: Gender, Shifting Boundaries and



Global Cultures. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1998

Moeran B. & Skov L. ‘Japanese advertising nature: ecology, fashion, women and art’, in Bruun O. and Kalland. A., eds., Asian Perceptions of Nature: a critical approach, London, The Curzon Press, 1995.

Moeran, B.,‘Individual, Group and Seishin: Japan's Internal Cultural Debate’, Man, 19, 2, June 1984.

Moeran, B., ‘The language of Japanese Tourism’, Annals of Tourism Research, vol.10, in Graburn, N.H.H., ed. The Anthropology of Tourism, 1983, also in Tourism: an explanation, ed. van Harssel, J., Elmsford NY, National Publishers of the Black Hills inc., 1981, 1986

Moeran, Brian, A Japanese Advertising Agency, London, The Curzon Press, 1996.

Moeran, Brian, Language and Popular Culture, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1989

Oguchi, Y., Review of ‘Play Days' in the Early Modern Rural Community, by Furukawa Sadao, JFN, XV,

3, 1987.


Packard, V., The Hidden Persuaders, London, Longmans, 1957.

Schilling, Mark, The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop Culture, New York, Weatherhill, Inc., 1997.

Skov, Lise; Moeran, Brian, Women, Media and Consumption in Japan, London, The Curzon Press, 1995

Tanaka Keiko, Advertising Language, London, Routledge, 1994.

Treat, John, ed., Contemporary Japan and Popular Culture, London, The Curzon Press, 1995.
POPULAR VISUAL CULTURE - including Comics

Bachmayer, Eva, ‘Gequälter Engel: Das Frauenbild in den erotischen Comics Japan. Versuch einer

pyschoanalytischen und feministischen Interpretation' and Megumi Maderdonner, ‘Kinder-Comics

als Spiegel der gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung Japans’, both the above are in Beiträge zur



Japanologie, Band 21, Wien, 1986.

Barker, M., Comics: Ideology, Power and the Critics, New York, Manchester University Press, 1989

Buckley, S., ‘"Penguin in Bondage": A Graphic Tale of Japanese Comic Books’, in Penley, C. &

Ross, A. eds., Technoculture, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1991.

Buruma, I., A Japanese Mirror, London, Jonathan Cape, 1984

Carter, Angela, ‘Once more into the Mangle’, New Society, 29 April 1971

......................, ‘People as Pictures' (on Japanese tatooing), New Society, 8 Oct. 1970.

Clark, J., ‘Obscenity Deleted’, mimeo, 1979 (ICA Lecture)

Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘Neo-Tokyo: Animation’s Epicentre’, World Art , no.1, 1995.

Horn, M., The World Encyclopedia of Comics, New York, Chelsea House, 1976.

Kinsella, Sharon, ‘Change in social status, form and content of adult manga, 1986-1996’, Japan

Forum, vol.8, no.1, March 1996.

Sato, K., ‘People who can only play at love’, Japan Echo, vol.XX, no.4, Winter 1993.

Schodt, F.L., Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics, Tokyo, Kodansha International 1983.

Shilling, M., ‘Doraemon: Making dreams come true’, Japan Quarterly, October/December 1993

Silberbaum, A., and Dryoff, H.D., Comics and Visual Culture, New York, Saur, 1986.

Yamane, S., ‘Cartoons and Comics in Japan: Putting Laughter into everyday life’, Asian Culture,

January 1980.
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE

Baltzer, F., Das Japanische Haus, Berlin, 1903

Blaser, Werner, Japanese Temples and Tea Houses, Dodge, 1956

Carver, N.F.,Japanese Folk House, Kalamazoo, Documan, 1984

Clark, John, ‘Japanese houses’, Architects Association Quarterly, vol.10, no.4, 1978.

Coaldrake,W.H., The way of the carpenter : tools and Japanese architecture , New York : Weatherhill,

1990.

Engel, H., The Japanese House: A Tradition for Contemporary Architecture, Tuttle, 1964.



Fawcett, Chris, The New Japanese House, Granada, 1980, (Review: Clark, Architects’ Association

Quarterly, vol.14, no.2, 1982)

Ito, Teiji, The Roots of Japanese Architecture, Harper and Row, 1963

.........., Traditional Domestic Architecture of Japan, Tokyo, Weatherhill, 1972

............, Novograd, P., ‘The Development of Shoin-style architecture' in Japan in the Muromachi



Age, ed. Hall and Toyoda, California UP, 1977

Jeremy, M., Robinson, M.E., Ceremony and Symbolism in the Japanese House, Manchester UP, 1989

Kawashima, C,. Minka, Kôdansha, 1986, (rev. Monumenta Nipponica, 42, 4, Winter 1987).

Morse, E.S., Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings, 1888 (Dover reprint)

Seki, Masaru, ‘Early Japanese Dwellings’, Chanoyu, 9, 1-12

Terry, C.S., Contemporary Japanese Houses, 1964



Vance Bibliography, A1188, June 1984, ‘Contemporary Japanese Domestic Architecture’.
JAPANESE CITIES - ALL PERIODS (Including comparative material and guidebooks)

Atlas Tokyo, bilingual, Heibonsha, 1986

Bredon, Juliet, Peking, Shanghai, Kelly and Walsh, 1919, reprint Oxford UP, 1982.

Bester, T., Neighbourhood Tokyo, Stanford UP, 1988

Cole, W., Kyoto in the Momoyama Period, U Oklahoma P, 1967

Cooper, M., Exploring Kamakura: a guide for the curious traveller, Weatherhill, 1979

Ashihara, Y., The Hidden Order: Tokyo Through the Twentieth Century, Tokyo, Kôdansha, 1989

‘Des Villes Nommées: Tokyo’, Autrement, hors Série, no.8, September 1984

Jinnai, Hidenobu, Ethnic Tokyo, (bilingual), Process: Architecture, 1972

...................., Tokyo: A spatial anthropology, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1995.

Dore, R.P., City of Life in Japan, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1958 (reprints).

Fiévé, Nicolas, L’Architecture et la ville du Japon ancien: Espace arhcitectural de la ville de

Kyôto et des résidences Shôgunales aux 14e et 15e siècles, Paris, Maisonneuve & Larose, 1996.

Friedman, M., ed, Tokyo: Spirit and Form, Walker Art Center / Harry N. Abrams, 1986

Japan architect., ed, A Guide to Japanese Architecture, Tokyo : Shinkenchiku-sha, 1984.

Ito Nobuo, A guide to Japanese architecture Tokyo : Shinkenchiku-cha, 1971]

Jinnai, Hidenobu, Tokyo: A spatial anthropology, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1995.

McClain, J.L., ‘Castle Towns and Daimyo Authority: Kanazawa in the years 1583-1630’, Journal of



Japanese Studies, 6, 2, Summer 1980

............, Kanazawa: a 17th century Japanese castle town, Yale UP, 1982 (rev.: Monumenta



Nipponica, 42, 1, Spring 1987)

Mosher, G., Kyoto: a contemplative guide, Tuttle, 1964

Mumford, Lewis, The Culture of Cities, Secker and Warburg, 1938

Pons, Phillipe, D’ Edo à Tokyo, Paris, Gallimard

Ponsonby-Fane, R.A.B., Imperial Cities: The Capitals of Japan from the oldest times until 1229,

(reprint of TASJ originals), University Publications of America, 1979

......................... ...., ‘Ancient Capitals and Palaces of Japan’, Transactions of the Japan Society

of London, XX, 1923

.............................., ‘Kioto in the Momoyama Period’, Transactions of the Japan Society of



London, 24, 1927, 75-170, reprinted in Hong Kong, 1931, Kyoto: its history and vicissitudes since

its foundation, Kyoto, The Old Capital of Japan, 794-1192, 1931, reprint Ponsonby Memorial

Society, 1956

Seidensticker, E., Low City, High City, Tokyo from Edo to the Earthquake, Alfred A. Knopf/Allen Lane, 1983

....................., Tokyo Rising: The city since the great earthquakeNew York, Alfred A. KNopy 1990.

Smith, H.D.II, ‘Tokyo as an idea: an exploration of Japanese Urban Thought until 1945’, Journal of J

Japanese Studies, 4, 1, Winter 1978

Suzuki, H., Review of ‘Glimpses of a Hidden City’, by Maki Fumihiko, Japan Foundation News, XV,

1987

Suzuki Shodo: Japanese landscape, Tokyo, Japan : Process Architecture, 1991.



Tajima Noriyuki, Tokyo: a guide to recent architecture, London, Ellipsis, 1996.

Takeo, Y., Social Change and the City in Japan: from earliest times through the Industrial Revolution,

Japan Publications Trading Co., 1978

‘Tokyo: Creative Chaos’, Japan Echo, Special Issue XIV, 1987

Ueda Atsushi, The City within Architecture, Tôkyô, Process Architecture, 1993.

Vance Bibliography A1085, November 1983, ‘An Architectural Guide to Tokyo’

Waley, Paul, Tokyo Now and Then, Weatherhill, 1984

Ward, P., Japanese Capitals, Cambridge, The Oleander Press, 1985

Wheatley, P.,, From Court to Capital: a tentative interpretation of the origins of the Japanese Urban



Tradition, U Chicago P, 1978 (review: Miller R.A., Journal of Japanese Studies, vol.5, 1, Winter

1979).

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