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New iKjeld.com Shop

Wednesday, March 16, 2005 Posted: 11:12 PM JST

Visit our brand new Amazon-affiliated shop. We have made it extremely easy for you to find Japan-related items. Find the best books on Japan, your favorite Japanese film or anime on DVD or the latest J-pop CD. We have it all.

And we also carry everything else Amazon offers. So next time you plan to do some shopping, consider doing it at our shop. You don't loose a penny and you help us stay on the net in the process.


Help us maintain this website by purchasing at least one item that you plan to buy anyway through an affiliate link. While this is a labor of love, we do have minimal expenses we incur to run this site.

To help us earn the full 6.75%+ commission on Amazon.com, when you locate the item you want, be sure the URL for the product looks something like this, with /ikjeldcom/ on the end, hit RETURN or ENTER, the same window comes up, and then add the product to your shopping cart:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0679781587/ikjeldcom/
or
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0679781587/ref=ase_ikjeldcom/

If you use our shop's own shopping cart and go straight to the Amazon check-out page when done, you don't need to worry about any of this.

You may save a little buying used books, but then the author makes no royalty. You also cannot take advantage of the free shipping on orders over $25. So do the math. When you buy books new, you help us justify the work we put into this website, and you keep the authors writing the books you so much like.

Thank you for buying new books through our store!

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The now legendary Sir Ernest Mason Satow (1843-1929) was a member of the British legation in Tokyo for twenty-one years. This classic book is based on the author's detailed diary, personal encounters, and keen memory. In it, Satow records the history of the critical years of social and political upheaval that accompanied Japan's first encounters with the West around the time of the Meiji Restoration. Fascinating.
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