Series: Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art

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Major Themes in Japanese Art (Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, Vol. 1) by Itsuji Yoshikawa1
The Beginnings of Japanese Art (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art) by Namio Egami2
Shinto art: Ise and Izumo shrines by Yasutada Watanabe3
Asuka Buddhist Art: Horyu-Ji (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 4) by Seiichi Mizuno4
Nara Buddhist Art, Todai-Ji (Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V.5) by Takeshi Kobayashi5
The Silk Road and the Shoso-in by Ry-Oichi Hayashi6
Temples of Nara and their art by Minoru Ōoka7
Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism by Ryuken Sawa8
Heian Temples: Byodo-In and Chuson-Ji (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 9) by Toshio Fukuyama9
Painting in the Yamato style by Saburo Ienaga10
Sculpture of the Kamakura period by Hisashi Mori11
Japanese Ink Painting: Shubun to Sesshu (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, No. 12) by Ichimatsu Tanaka12
Feudal architecture of Japan by Kiyoshi Hirai13
Momoyama Decorative Painting (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V.14) by Tsugiyoshi Doi14
Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony (Heibonsha Survey) by Tatsusaburo Hayashiya15
Japanese Costume and Textile Arts (Heibonsha Survey) by Seiroku Noma16
Momoyama genre painting by Yuzo Yamane17
Edo painting: Sotatsu and Korin by Hiroshi Mizuo18
The Namban art of Japan by Yoshitomo Okamoto19
Edo Architecture, Katsura and Nikko (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V.20) by Naomi Okawa20
Traditional domestic architecture of Japan by Teiji Itoh21
Traditional woodblock prints of Japan by Seiichiro Takahashi22
Japanese painting in the literati style by Yoshiho Yonezawa23
Modern Currents in Japanese Art (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 24) by Michiaki Kawakita24
Japanese art in world perspective by Toru Terada25
Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 26) by Kageo Muraoka26
The Art of Japanese Calligraphy (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, V. 27) by Yujiro Nakata27
The Garden Art of Japan (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art ; no. 28) by Masao Hayakawa28
The art of Japanese ceramics by Tsugio Mikami29
Japanese Art: A Cultural Appreciation (The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art, Volume 30) by Saburo Ienaga30

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