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December 23, 1963 | Carleton Mitchell
AMERICA'S FOREMOST YACHTSMAN-AUTHOR, CARLETON MITCHELL, MAKES THE FIRST MAJOR REPORT ON SAILING THE COASTAL WATERS OF JAPAN, WHOSE WOOD-BLOCK BEAUTY HE DESCRIBES AS THE STIMULATING CLIMAX TO ALMOST HALF A CENTURY OF...
October 28, 1963 | Lee Griggs
The weather was clear, crowds under control and events on time as Japan rehearsed for '64
May 20, 1963
Hard by an ancient Buddhist temple two miles from the middle of downtown Tokyo, the Japanese observe their newest religion: golf. As a result, the grounds of the Shiba Driving Range, a three-tiered structure designed...
October 02, 1961 | Ikuma Dan
Ikuma Dan, author of this appealing tale of an unusual adventure with a wild kite of Japan, is one of his country's foremost composers, creator of the background music for the well-known films "Samurai" and...
May 08, 1961 | Donald S. Connery
The 1964 Games are still three years away, but the Japanese, who want to put on the best show ever, already have mastered many of the problems of staging the world's largest carnival