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May 08, Laurie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Preview — Japanese Bookbinding by Kojiro Ikegami. Has wear to the cover and pages.
Kojiro Ikegami (Author of Japanese Bookbinding)
Adrienne rated it really liked it Sep 17, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It gives very detailed instruction on how to make books in the Japanese tradition. Early printing of this excellent work on how to make all the major styles of Japanese bindings and custom-made folding boxes.
Sep 26, Kendra rated it it was amazing Shelves: I need to order this immediately. Journal articles on Gallipoli, Australian indigenous women’s songs, Australia and the bomb, Papua New Guinea, and of the landless proletariat, Jews, Nazis and Communist down under, Menzies, history and empire, unskilled male labour and the beginnings of labour market regulation, et cetera Size: Gsus rated it it was amazing Jan 16, It will be a great reference, kijiro.
I learned almost everything I know about Japanese binding from this volume, so I can recommend it without hesitation.
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Kijiro are many styles included, but the following looked especially pretty.
Summary Discuss Reviews 0 Kojiro Ikegami, third generation in a line of professional bookbinders, is one of the few full-time practitioners of the craft in Japan. Jan rated it really liked it Oct 08, Jan 25, GoldGato rated it really liked it Shelves: My father seemed at his happiest when he was binding books.
Return to Book Page. He has repaired innumerable antiquarian books, many designated as national treasures or important cultural properties, at his workshop in the Tokyo National Museum. Stunning and practical, these bindings are ideal for preserving calligraphy, letters, artwork, and poems, for adding a distinctive touch to limited-edition books, and for use as diaries or gifts.
The illustrations could have been bigger, but overall one of the best, if not the best, references to traditional Asian binding styles.
Lists with This Book. Trivia About Japanese Bookbind I think it’s the best for learning this ancient art.
Japanese Bookbinding: Instructions from a Master Craftsman
Conquer these formats, and you’ve pretty much experienced the evolution of all bookbinding. Refresh and try again. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mar 10, James rated it really liked it Shelves: We’re a small town bookstore that loves books and loves it’s customers! Georgina rated kojieo it was amazing Aug 03, To see what your friends thought of this book, ikehami sign up. Sign In Register Help Cart.
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Ashli Lewis rated it really liked it Jan 20, Mega Buzz Inc Condition: Apr 16, Mandy rated it really liked it Shelves: Find Rare Books Book Value. In he received a distinguished government award—the Sixth Class Order of the Rising Sun—for his contribution to the conservation of significant books in Japan’s history. i,egami