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One of the great benefits of joining the International Netsuke Society is the quarterly journal which the society publishes. Articles are written by various collectors, scholars and dealers of netsuke. Published with high quality papers, the journal is handsome as well as being extremely informative and educational. Not a Member? Join Today to read all of the journals online!

Winter 2000

  • Exhibition: Netsuke and Sagemono at the Ferenc Hopp Museum, BudapestN. Burton Drexler
  • Symposium: Netsuke and Edo CultureLinda Meredith
  • Naito Toyomasa: Part IKazutoyo Ichimichi
  • The Bakemono Says
  • On the ContinentGabor Wilhelm
  • AuctionsJoseph Kurilecz and Katherine E. Martin
  • Iwami: Pupils of the Seiyodo SchoolDavid Burditt
  • Reviews:
    • Netsuke - 112 Masterpieces: The Trumpf Collection
    • The Robert S. Hurhart Collection of Iwami Netsuke
  • LegendsSharen Chappell
  • Questions and AnswersJoseph Kurstin
  • Notes XNeil K. Davey

Fall 2000

  • Do Unique netsuke Really Exist?Karl M. Schwartz
  • Red Robe Kokusai, Part IIYoichi Shimatani, translated and edited by Nori Watanabe
  • News from JapanNori Watanabe
  • AuctionsDouglas J. K. Wright
  • How I Started Collecting NetsukeMichael O. Sear
  • Millennial War and Peace Netsuke by Three Japanese ArtistsRobert O. Kinsey
  • Miriam Kinsey, A remembranceMichael Henry Birch
  • LegendsSharen Chappell
  • Questions and AnswersYukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes IXNeil K. Davey

Summer 2000

  • The Tatekawa Family of Wood CarversAlain Ducros
  • Exhibition: Japanese Treasures, Toledo Museum of ArtCarolyn Putney and Matthew Wiederhold
  • News from Japan: Kano TomokazuNori Watanabe
  • AuctionsKatherine E. Martin
  • Outstanding Netsuke by Contemporary Lacquer Artists Part IIIMiriam and Robert Kinsey
  • Inro Motifs VIIHeinz Kress
  • Questions and AnswersYukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes VIIINeil K. Davey

Spring 2000

  • Iwami Carvers: KanmanDavid Burditt
  • Netsuke Exhibition in StockholmMichael R. Bernstein
  • Reviews: Shishi and Other Netsuke
  • AuctionsDouglas J.K. Wright
  • On the ContinentGabor Wilhelm
  • LegendsSharen Chappell and Dr. Karl Schwarz
  • Questions and AnswersYukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes VIINeil K. Davey

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