Proceedings of the Nitobe-Ohira Memorial Conference on Japanese Studies, the University of British Columbia, May 23-25, 1984: Panel 2, Japanese Buddhist Art
Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, 1988 - Art - 419 pages
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