The Japanese Mind: Essentials of Japanese Philosophy and Culture (Google eBook)
Charles Alexander Moore
University of Hawaii Press, 1967 - History - 357 pages
A collection of essays that provide insight into Japanese culture. This book is a great buy for anyone interested in Japan.
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