Okakura Kakuzō

Okakura Kakuzō in 1898 (also known as 岡倉 天心 Okakura Tenshin) was a Japanese scholar who contributed to the development of arts in Japan. Outside Japan, he is chiefly remembered today as the author of ''The Book of Tea''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1917
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Idéaux de lO̓rient, Le réveil du Japon....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1920
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Ideals of the East....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1904
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Awakening of Japan....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1984
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Awakening of Japan....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1905
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Ideals of the East, with special reference to the art of Japan....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1920
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Ideals of the east....
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1905
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Awakening of Japan....
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by Okakura, Kakuzo, 1862-1913.
Published 1964
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by Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913.
Published 1893
...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913. Hō-ō-den (Phoenix hall)....
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Published 1916
Other Authors: '; ...Okakura, Kakuzō, 1862-1913....
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