List of LTCB International Library Selection

List of Publications (as of Oct. 1, 2019)

No.1-9

The following titles are now for sale by I-House Press (prices are attached to each title).

No. 1

Lectures on Modern Japanese Economic History 1926-1994 by Nakamura Takafusa (Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo), 1994. 336 pages, cloth.
3,630 yen (Discount rate* 2,541 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-00-6 C1333

No. 2

Beyond the Full-Set Industrial Structure: Japanese Industry in the New Age of East Asia by Seki Mitsuhiro (Professor, Hitotsubashi University), 1994. 172 pages, cloth.
2,136 yen (Discount rate* 1,494 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-01-4 C1334

No. 3

The Economics of Work in Japan by Koike Kazuo (Professor of Human Resource Management, Hosei University), 1995. 304 pages, cloth.
3,204 yen (Discount rate* 2,242 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-02-2 C1336

No. 4

The Japanese Market Economy System: Its Strengths and Weaknesses by Tsuru Kotaro (Senior Fellow, The Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry [RIETI]), 1995. 166 pages, cloth.
2,136 yen (Discount rate* 1,494 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-03-0 C1333

No. 5

Shaping the Future of Japanese Management by Tsuchiya Moriaki (Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo) and Konomi Yoshinobu (Professor, Keio University Graduate School of Business Administration), 1997. 264 pages, cloth.
3,300 yen (Discount rate* 2,310 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-04-9 C1334

No. 6

The Japanese Family System in Transition by Ochiai Emiko (Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University), 1997. 210 pages, cloth.
3,300 yen (Discount rate* 2,310 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-06-5 C1336

No. 7

The Economics of Development Assistance: Japan’s ODA in a Symbiotic World by Nishigaki Akira (Former President and Chairman of OECF) and Shimomura Yasutami (Professor, Saitama University). 1999. 332 pages, cloth.
3,300 yen (Discount rate* 2,310 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-05-7 C1333

No. 8

The Postwar Conservative View of Asia: How the Political Right Has Delayed Japan’s Coming to Terms with its History of Aggression in Asia by Wakamiya Yoshibumi (Managing Editor, Asahi Shimbun). 1999. 382 pages, cloth.
3,300 yen (Discount rate* 2,310 yen)
ISBN 978-4-924971-07-3 C1331

No. 9

Japan in Trade Isolation, 1926-37 and 1948-85 by Ikeda Michiko (Ph.D. Economics, Harvard University). First English edition, 2008. 378 pages, hardcover.
3,143 yen (Discount rate* 2,200 yen)
ISBN 978-4-903452-07-4 C1033
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

*Discount rates are applicable for IHJ members.

No. 10-25

The following titles have been donated to Universities, Libraries, Institutions, etc., and they are now out of print. We have started to republish and sell some of them [revised, enlarged and soft cover versions]. For details please see the I-House Press page.

No. 10

The Lancashire Cotton Industry and its Rivals—International Competition in Cotton Goods in the Late Nineteenth Century: Britain versus India, China, and Japan by Heita Kawakatsu (Governor, Shizuoka Prefecture).
Translated and edited by Jean Connell Hoff.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2018. 328 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-44-8

No. 11

Japan’s Lost Decade by Yoshikawa Hiroshi (Professor, University of Tokyo).
Translated by Charles Stewart.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2002. 254 pages, cloth.

No. 12

The New Middle Ages: The World System in the 21st Century by Tanaka Akihiko (Professor, University of Tokyo).
Translated by Jean Connell Hoff.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2002. 276 pages, cloth.

No. 13

Kabuki: Baroque Fusion of the Arts by Kawatake Toshio (Professor Emeritus, Waseda University).
Translated by Frank & Jean Hoff.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2003. 326 pages, cloth.

No. 14

Beyond the “Judgment of Civilization”: The Intellectual Legacy of the Japanese War Crimes Trials, 1946-1949 by Ushimura Kei (Associate Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies).
Translated by Steven J. Ericson.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2003. 354 pages, cloth.

No. 15

In Search of Wisdom: One Philosopher’s Journey by Imamichi Tomonobu (Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo).
Translated by Mary E. Foster.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2004. 388 pages, cloth.

No. 16

Delivering the Goods: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in a Japanese Corporation by Ogura Masao (Former Chairman, Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.).
Translated by David S. Noble. Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2004. 218 pages, cloth.

No. 17

The Japanese House: In Space, Memory, and Language by Nakagawa Takeshi (Professor, Waseda University).
Translated by Geraldine Harcourt. Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2005. 278 pages, cloth.

No. 18

A Nagging Sense of Job Insecurity: The New Reality Facing Japanese Youth by Genda Yuji (Associate Professor, University of Tokyo).
Translated by Jean Connell Hoff.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2005. 218 pages, cloth.
(A revised and expanded edition is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Presssite.)

No. 19

Shrinking-Population Economics: Lessons from Japan by Matsutani Akihiko (Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies).
Translated by Brian Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2006. 216 pages, cloth.
(An enlarged, revised version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Presssite.)

No. 20

Escape from Impasse: The Decision to Open Japan by Mitani Hiroshi (Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo).
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2006. 354 pages, cloth.

No. 21

The Meiji Constitution: The Japanese Experience of the West and the Shaping of the Modern State by Takii Kazuhiro (Professor, University of Hyogo).
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2007. 180 pages, cloth.
ISBN 978-4-903452-04-3

No. 22

Competing to Be Really, Really Good: The Behind-the-Scenes Drama of Capability-Building Competition in the Automobile Industry by Fujimoto Takahiro (Professor, University of Tokyo).
Translated by Brian Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2007. 167 pages, cloth.
ISBN 978-4-903452-05-0
(A paperback editio is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Presssite.)

No. 23

Maruyama Masao and the Fate of Liberalism in Twentieth-Century Japan by Karube Tadashi (Professor, University of Tokyo).
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2008. 222 pages, cloth.
ISBN 978-4-924971-24-0
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 24

Doing It Our Way: A Sony Memoir by Ohga Norio (Former CEO, Sony Corporation).
Translated by Brian Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2008. 144 pages, cloth.
ISBN 978-4-924971-25-7
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 25

The Edo Inheritance by Tokugawa Tsunenari.
Translated by Tokugawa Iehiro.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2009. 212 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-26-4
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 26

The New Paradox for Japanese Women: Greater Choice, Greater Inequality by Tachibanaki Toshiaki.
Translated by Mary E. Foster.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2010. 316 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-28-8
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 27

Demystifying Pearl Harbor: A New Perspective from Japan by Iguchi Takeo.
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2010. 366 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-29-5
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 28

The Sino-Japanese War and the Birth of Japanese Nationalism by Saya Makito.
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2011. 210 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-30-1

No. 29

Taction: The Drama of the Stylus in Oriental Calligraphy by Ishikawa Kyuyoh.
Translated by Waku Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2011. 324 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-31-8
(An I-House Press version is currently available for purchase. Please see the I-House Press site.)

No. 30

A History of Japanese Political Thought, 1600-1901 by Watanabe Hiroshi.
Translated by David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2012. 560 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-903452-24-1

No. 31

Matsumoto Shigeharu: Bearing Witness by Kaimai Jun.
English adaptation by Waku Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2012. 238 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-33-2

No. 32

The Power of the Weave: The Hidden Meanings of Cloth by Tanaka Yûko.
Translator: Geraldine Harcourt.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2013. 236 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-34-9

No. 33

Toshihiko Izutsu and the Philosophy of WORD: In Search of the Spiritual Orient by Eisuke Wakamatsu.
Translator: Jean Connell Hoff.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2014. 484 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-37-0

No. 34

The Akita Ranga School and the Cultural Context in Edo Japan by Imahashi Riko.
Translator: Ruth S. McCreery.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2016. 460 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-41-7

No. 35

The Rise of Sharing: Fourth-Stage Consumer Society in Japan by Miura Atsushi.
Translator: Dana Lewis.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2014. 374 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-38-7

No. 36

Japan’s Asian Diplomacy: A Legacy of Two Millennia by Ogura Kazuo.
Translator: David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2015. 248 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-39-4

No. 37

Holy Foolery in the Life of Japan: A Historical Overview by Higuchi Kazunori.
Translator: Waku Miller.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2015. 244 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-40-0

No. 38

The Comfort Women: Historical, Political, Legal, and Moral Perspectives by Kumagai Naoko.
Translator: David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2016. 244 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-42-4

No. 39

How Like a God: Deification in Japanese Religion by Sato Hiroo.
Translator: David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2016. 276 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-43-1

No. 40

Return from Siberia: A Japanese Life in War and Peace, 1925–2015 by Oguma Eiji.
Translator: David Noble.
Tokyo: International House of Japan, 2018. 320 pages, hardcover.
ISBN 978-4-924971-45-5