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  1. Publications of Note
  2. Sōseki: Modern Japan's Greatest Novelist by John Nathan (review)
  3. Fukushima Fiction: The Literary Landscape of Japan's Triple Disaster by Rachel DiNitto, and: The Earth Writes: The Great Earthquake and the Novel in Post–3/11 Japan by Koichi Haga (review)
  4. Shōjo Across Media: Exploring "Girl" Practices in Contemporary Japan ed. by Jaqueline Berndt et al. (review)
  5. Age of Shōjo: The Emergence, Evolution, and Power of Japanese Girls' Magazine Fiction by Hiromi Tsuchiya Dollase (review)
  6. Magazines and the Making of Mass Culture in Japan by Amy Bliss Marshall (review)
  7. The Typographic Imagination: Reading and Writing in Japan's Age of Modern Print Media by Nathan Shockey (review)
  8. Japan's Carnival War: Mass Culture on the Home Front, 1937–1945 by Benjamin Uchiyama (review)
  9. Beauty in the Age of Empire: Japan, Egypt, and the Global History of Aesthetic Education by Raja Adal (review)
  10. Kenkoku University and the Experience of Pan-Asianism: Education in the Japanese Empire by Yuka Hiruma Kishida (review)
  11. In Search of Our Frontier: Japanese America and Settler Colonialism in the Construction of Japan's Borderless Empire by Eiichiro Azuma (review)
  12. Transnational Nazism: Ideology and Culture in German-Japanese Relations, 1919–1936 by Ricky W. Law (review)
  13. The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: When Total Empire Met Total War by Jeremy A. Yellen (review)
  14. Nothingness in the Heart of Empire: The Moral and Political Philosophy of the Kyoto School in Imperial Japan by Harumi Osaki (review)
  15. Into the Field: Human Scientists of Transwar Japan by Miriam Kingsberg Kadia (review)
  16. Kingdom of the Sick: A History of Leprosy and Japan by Susan L. Burns (review)
  17. Engaging the Other: "Japan" and Its Alter Egos, 1550–1850 by Ronald P. Toby (review)
  18. The Portuguese Slave Trade in Early Modern Japan: Merchants, Jesuits and Japanese, Chinese, and Korean Slaves by Lúcio de Sousa (review)
  19. Maritime Ryukyu, 1050–1650 by Gregory Smits (review)
  20. Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji: Philosophical Perspectives ed. by James McMullen (review)
  21. The Japanese Discovery of Chinese Fiction: The Water Margin and the Making of a National Canon by William C. Hedberg (review)
  22. That Distant Country Next Door: Popular Japanese Perceptions of Mao's China by Erik Esselstrom (review)
  23. Anti-Japan: The Politics of Sentiment in Postcolonial East Asia by Leo T. S. Ching (review)
  24. Japan's Castles: Citadels of Modernity in War and Peace by Oleg Benesch and Ran Zwigenberg (review)
  25. Waste: Consuming Postwar Japan by Eiko Maruko Siniawer (review)
  26. The Platform Economy: How Japan Transformed the Consumer Internet by Marc Steinberg (review)
  27. Taming Japan's Deflation: The Debate over Unconventional Monetary Policy by Gene Park et al. (review)
  28. Understanding Governance in Contemporary Japan: Transformation and the Regulatory State by Masahiro Mogaki (review)
  29. Dynasties and Democracy: The Inherited Incumbency Advantage in Japan by Daniel M. Smith (review)
  30. Beyond the Gender Gap in Japan ed. by Gill Steel (review)
  31. Guardians of the Buddha's Home: Domestic Religion in Contemporary Jōdo Shinshū by Jessica Starling (review)
  32. Seeking Śākyamuni: South Asia in the Formation of Modern Japanese Buddhism by Richard M. Jaffe (review)
  33. Not Seeing Snow: Musō Soseki and Medieval Japanese Zen by Molly Vallor (review)
  34. Word Embodied: The Jeweled Pagoda Mandalas in Japanese Buddhist Art by Halle O'Neal (review)
  35. Making Meaning: Lexical Glosses as Interpretive Interventions in the Kakaishō
  36. Imperial Loyalism and Political Fissures in Early Modern Japan
  37. Who Cooked for Townsend Harris? Chinese and the Introduction of Western Foodways to Bakumatsu and Meiji Japan
  38. Ekuni Kaori's Tears in the Night: The Brilliance of Queer Readings for Japanese Literary Studies
  39. Notes on Contributors
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