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◊ HAILSTONES (2001) a haiku chapbook ¥700 (airmail $7, incl. postage & packaging ; sold out )
◊ LOST HEIAN (2003) a Japan-in-Asia haiku gathering ¥800 (discount price for last copies; airmail $14, incl. p&p)
◊ ENHAIKLOPEDIA (2005) a haiku topic anthology, incl. haibun ¥1,300 (reprinted in larger format, discount price; airmail $18, incl. p&p; further reduction available if bought with Meltdown; last few copies)
◊ The MOON and INSECTS (2007) a haiku chapbook ¥500 (sold out)
◊ SEASONS OF THE GODS 神々の四季 (2007) bilingual, incl. haibun & illustrations ¥1,300 (last few copies; airmail now $18, incl. p&p)
◊ ONE HUNDRED POETS ON MOUNT OGURA, ONE POEM EACH 小倉山百人一句一首 (2010) bilingual, incl. haiku, tanka & illustrations ¥1,400; airmail $19, incl. p&p; proceeds help conservation project on the mountain; Haiku Society of America Kanterman Merit Award for Best Anthology 2011; last few copies)
◊ MELTDOWN メルトダウン (2013) a haiku topic anthology, Z to A, “head and shoulders above all haiku collections published in English language so far” (Dimitar Anakiev in Haiku Novine), incl. almost 500 haiku and a short 4-part renku cycle ￥1,500 (+ p&p); airmail $20, incl. p&p; package price available if purchased with companion volume, Enhaiklopedia.
◊ PLAIN LIVING, HAPPY SINGING (2014) a solo haiku collection by Toshi Ida, including haibun and haiga; ￥860, US$14 (airmail incl. p&p, ordering as above; last few copies)
◊ GENJUAN HAIBUN CONTEST Decorated Works 2012-14 (2015) contains 29 haibun pieces by awardees from around the globe, 3 by judges, 4 classical Japanese pieces in Eng. trans, judges comments, haiga/nanga; ￥1,000, US$ 16 (airmail incl. p&p, ordering as below)
◊ PERSIMMON (2017) a harvest of haiku, haibun and rensaku; 152 pp, 60 poets divided into four villages; ￥1,300 (+ p&p); airmail $18, incl. p&p
◊ FROM THE COTTAGE OF VISIONS: GENJUAN HAIBUN CONTEST Decorated Works 2015-17 (2018) contains 28 haibun pieces by awardees from around the globe, 4 by judges, 3 contemporary Japanese pieces in Eng. trans, judges comments, illus. by Buson & Taiga ; ￥1,000, US$ 16 (airmail incl. p&p, ordering as below)
◊ I WISH 願わくは (2020) a 20th anniversary haiku collection; A6 pocket-sized, 104 pp, 57 poets; ￥1,200 (+ p&p); airmail $17, incl. p&p
◊ THE COTTAGE OF VISIONS, GENJUAN: INTERNATIONAL HAIBUN CONTEST Decorated Works 2018-21 (2021) JUST OUT! contains 40 haibun pieces by awardees from around the globe, 8 by judges, 3 classical Japanese pieces in Eng. trans, judges comments, illus. by Buson & Taiga ; ￥1,400, US$ 18 (airmail incl. p&p, ordering as below)
◊ KIKAKUZA HAIBUN CONTEST Decorated Works 2009-2011 (2011) 33 contemporary haibun + 4 classical ones in trans., judges’ comments, etc.; last copies ￥1,000 or equivalent + p&p. (e.g. to US/EU/UK/Oz $16 in total). Pub. Book Works Hibiki, Tokyo.
Kikakuza 09-11 + Genjuan 12-14 Decorated Works + From the Cottage of Visions (Genjuan 15-17) + Cottage of Visions (Genjuan 18-21) (complete 4-book set); special discount price ￥3,500 + p&p. (to US/EU/UK/Oz US$45 in total)
◊ 「イヌピアット語のレッスン」(2019) Japanese translation of “From the Cottage of Visions” (Genjuan Haibun Contest Decorated Works 2015-2017) + judges’ comments, with new foreword, afterword, commentary; ￥1,500 or equivalent + p&p. (e.g. to US/EU/UK/Oz $20 in total). Pub. Zonomori Press 像の森書房 , Osaka.
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Mail orders in Japan: Teruko Yamamoto 山本照子様 〒567-0046 大阪府 Osaka-fu 茨木市 Ibaraki-shi 南春日丘 Minami Kasugaoka 6-1-5 (tel. 072 627 3412). Email: teruyama2014″at”gmail”dot”com. Use genkin-kakitome (envelope for cash, available from P.O.). Put a note inside with your name, address and order. You can request bank transfer details, too.
Overseas orders: Hitomi Suzuki, 1-217 Uzumasa Sanbi-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto-shi 〒616-8192, Japan. (京都市右京区太秦三尾町1-217 鈴木ひとみ様). Email: indigoapple28″at”gmail”dot”com. Best first contact us by email as we have just organized a new minimum-commission payment method using internet transfer. Hitomi can inform you of details. You can also send cash US$ (or equivalent £ or ¥), wrapped in aluminium foil or thick paper within envelope at your own risk. Put a note inside with your name, address and order.
i would like to buy Enhaiklopedia.
I live in New York City.
Please let me know how I can order in the quickest possible way.
Thank you for your interest. Kindly send US$ 15 in cash well-wrapped in an envelope to Hisashi Miyazaki, 54-16 Hamuro-cho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka 569-1147, Japan, clearly stating your own address and the title of the book. He will airmail it to you within a week of receipt.
Janet, I see that the site now says $12. That will be enough.
I’d like to send 3 ( or more ) copies of haiku book “Our Window ” by my husband , poet Dumitru D.Ifrim.(1937-2005) to sell them .
Please, can I send them to Hisashi Miyazaki ?
No, Celia, sorry. We don’t sell others’ books.
Dear Tito ,
My name is CLELIA, not…
Having heard about the project to help the clean-up of Mt. Ogura, I would like to know the cost of a couple of issues sent to Canada.
(Member, Haiku Canada)
Thanks, Heather, for your interest. We have just replied to you by email. Comment again if you haven’t received it, please!
Hello, I read on the Japan Visitor blog that you have review copies of ONE HUNDRED POETS ON MOUNT OGURA, ONE POEM EACH 小倉山百人一句一首 to give away. If you could fire one my way I would be very happy to review it on my (rather popular, local) site http://www.deepkyoto.com. This is exactly the kind of thing I want to support! Do you still have any review copies left?
Michael Lambe (Deep Kyoto)
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If anyone interested clicks the link Michael Lambe has provided to Deep Kyoto, you will be able to see photos of a couple of our recent workdays as well as read a nice account of PTO’s work on Mt. O. A review of our 100 Poets book is coming up soon at Deep Kyoto, we hear. Thanks, Michael!
I hope you and yours were away from the epicenter of the catastrophic
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I’d love to get one or more copies of “One Hundred Poets on Mount Ogura”, but don’t get to Kyoto as often as I’d like. Though I know I can mail Kawaguchi-san an order, are there any places to buy it in Osaka or Nara? Tomorrow (Sat, 10/23), I’ll be bouncing around Tenmabashi & probably Umeda areas, and am generally in town Mondays & Wednesdays for work.
Btw… I found out through Michael’s “Deep Kyoto” blog, but have you bookmarked now too.
Thanks, and nice work!
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hello im new to this site and im really happy my father told
me to check it out i love what the kyoto journal people are doing. i am an artist and im feeling the positivity coming from the journal
I am traveling to Kyoto on April 11. Could you give the addresses where I can buy some of your publications like: HAILSTONES and ONE HUNDRED POETS ON MOUNT OGURA ?
Herman van der Made
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One of my FB friends would like a copy of the Kikakuza Haibun Contest winners anthology. Please send me details (ordering address and cost of book, plus S&H. Thank you!
Thanks for the enquiry, Maggie. Will deal with this by email when I’ve time later in the week, as I know your address. A few days’ patience, please.
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I would like to buy a copy of Persimmon. I see that it is $18USD — does that include mailing costs? Also, where do I send payment? Thanks!
As written above, airmail $18, incl. p&p, which means “including mailing costs”, and order through Hisashi Miyazaki, 54-16 Hamuro-cho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka 〒569-1147, Japan. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Please use cash US$ (or equivalent £ or ¥), wrapped in aluminium foil or thick paper within envelope. Put a note inside with your name and address. Any further enquiries by email to him, please.
Thank you. I enjoy the wonderful work you do.
I would like to buy cottage of visions, 2009-11 and cottage of visions, 1012-14.
Am I correct in sending 26.00 American Dollars in cash to the above address?
If you mean Kikakuza 09-11 + Genjuan 12-14, it will cost $25.
If you mean Genjuan 12-14 + Cottage of Visions 15-17, it costs $26. If you prefer a discount set of all 3 books, please send just $30 to Hisashi Miyazaki at his Osaka address. Perhaps also email him first (add. given under Overseas Orders above).
Thank you for your interest and hoping you enjoy the books.
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Hello — I would like to purchase Enhaiklopedia. How much is it now, and how do I make this transaction?
these dollars for karumi
Thank you — Teri White Carns, email@example.com
Thanks for the enquiry. Kindly email Hitomi Suzuki at the email given in the instructions for Overseas Orders at the bottom of this Publications page: indigoapple28″at”gmail”dot”com (please change to normal at-mark and dot yourself). If you don’t get a reply or something, feel free to write back here.