Portrays changes that have transformed Japanese culture since the end of Pacific War. Beginning with the Allied Occupation in 1945 and concluding with early twenty-first century, this title reflects Japan’s transition from poverty to prosperity, its struggle with conflicting ideologies and political beliefs, and more.
|notes:||Additional selections by Amy Vladeck Heinrich and Hiroaki Sato.|
|publisher:||Columbia University Press|
|publication place:||New York|
|english publication date:||2007|
|description:||XVI, 841 p. ; 25 cm.|
|related:||Modern Asian literature|