Posts Tagged ‘Japan’

Obama Visits Hiroshima

Obama Visits Hiroshima
On May 27 President Obama will become the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, Japan since the U.S. first dropped an atomic bomb on the site at the end of World War II. In acknowledgement of the heavily symbolic act, we’re recommending books to read about Hiroshima, including Odyssey’s new guidebook, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Best Travel Books of 2015

Best Travel Books of 2015
Looking for some book recommendations for 2016? As you begin planning you travels for the New Year, don’t miss the top ten travel books of 2015. Where the Dead Pause, and the Japanese Say Goodbye. When her American father passes away, Marie Mutsuki Mockett seeks consolation in her mother’s home country of Japan. Her relatives own
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The Inland Sea

The Inland Sea
“It is to the Inland Sea that I am bound,” travel writer Donald Richie announces at the opening of his 1971 classic, The Inland Sea, recently republished by Stonebridge Press in a new edition. Richie, bemoaning the industrialization and commercialism threatening Japanese society, flees to the islands scattered across the Inland Sea, a body of
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An Interview with Marie Mockett

An Interview with Marie Mockett
Author Marie Mutsuki Mockett discusses her frequent travels to Japan in the wake of the 2011 tsunami, captured in her new travel memoir Where the Dead Pause, and the Japanese Say Goodbye. Her book is an unpretentious and engaging introduction to Japanese culture and Zen Buddhism as well as an exploration of how a particular culture accepts
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