- Title Pages
- 1 Western-Style Painting
- 2 Japanese Painting from Edo to Meiji
- 3 The Expanding Arts of the Interwar Period
- 4 Sensō Sakusen Kirokuga
- 5 From Resplendent Signs to Heavy Hands
- 6 How <i>Gendai Bijutsu</i> Stole the “Museum”
- 7 Fashion Altars, Performance Factors, and Pop Cells
- 8 The Creation of the Vocabulary of Aesthetics in Meiji Japan
- 9 Okakura Tenshin and Aesthetic Nationalism
- 10 Japanese Art Criticism
- 11 Sculpture
- 12 Can Architecture Be Both Modern and “Japanese”?
- 13 The Modern Japanese Garden
- 14 Japanese Prints 1868–2008
- 15 Aspects of Twentieth-Century Crafts
- 16 Japanese Calligraphy since 1868
- 17 Adoption, Adaptation, and Innovation
- Production Notes
- Since Meiji
- University of Hawai'i Press
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