Japanese Inn: A Reconstruction of the Past by Oliver Statler (1st Ed 1961 HC/DJ)
In the book, Statler delves into the history, architecture, and cultural significance of traditional Japanese inns. He explores the design and layout of these inns, their role in Japanese society, and their connection to various aspects of Japanese culture, including tea ceremonies, traditional arts, and hospitality.
This is a book written through the long-standing calm and historic Minaguchi-ya, an inconspicuous rural inn.
Oliver Statler spent several years in Japan,
Printed endpapers at the front and back of the book along with 50 Striking Japanese Prints. 1st Edition, 1961
Very slight wear to DJ
No other issues noted
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