Tokyo: Domei Tsushin-Sha, 1941. 1st edition. Cloth. 1st edition. Text in both English and Japanese, adverts in English. A Very Good copy. Folio, unpaginated, with approximately 140 pages of text, and advertisements, profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, many full page. Bound in tan cloth with titlein orange and black on the spine and front board. Boards mildly soiled, with slight bowing. Very Good. Item #24448
Some sections include "Japan and Manchokuo in Closer Relations", "Diary in Photographs, Nov. 1939- Oct. 1940", "Peace Advance into Indo-china", "China Incident", "Naval Strength of Japan", "Triple Alliance of Japan, Germany, and Italy concluded". An interesting snap-shot into Japanese life and tourism just prior to the USA's entry into WWII, with many of the articles expounding Japan's military prowess, while the advertisements try to induce induce Western tourists with modern luxuries and genuine hospitality.