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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 1997

  • How I Began CollectingGeorge E. Henriquez
  • A Young Collector's StoryGarrett McCormick
  • Hatsune no TsuzumiShinzo Shibata
  • Inro Motifs Part VIHeinz Kress
  • A Ukrainian Netsuke CarverWolfmar Zacken
  • News from JapanNori Watanabe
  • ReviewRobyn Buntin
  • Auction ReportD.J.K. Wright
  • LegendsSharen Chappell and Karl M. Schwarz
  • Tidbits and AnswersYukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • The Bakemono Says

Fall 1997

  • Sado ­ Island of GoldMichael Dean
  • David CarlinDale S. Miller
  • The Lotus Sutra at Daikyoji TempleYoichi Shimatani
  • The 11th Vienna Netsuke SymposiumRebecca Law
  • ReviewsRobyn Buntin and Heinz Kress
  • Auction ReportGabor Wilhelm, D.J.K. Wright, and Jairus K. Hammond
  • LegendsSharen Chappell
  • Tidbits and AnswersYukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin

Summer 1997

  • Authenticity in NetsukeDavid Burditt
  • Four Fine FoxesGeorge Lazarnick
  • Carving Netsuke in the Late 20th CenturyArmin Müller and Lynn Richardson
  • Nagoya Netsuke CarversKentaro Akatsu
  • ReviewsD.J.K. Wright, Neil Davey, and Michael Birch
  • Auction ReportGabor Wilhelm
  • The Bakemono Says

Spring 1997

  • Why Art Historians Don't Study Netsuke, and Why They ShouldKendall Brown
  • Ohara MitsuhiroKengo Sekido, translated by Nori Watanabe
  • Inro Motifs, Part VHeinz Kress
  • Auction ReportGabor Wilhelm

The International Netsuke Society is vehemently opposed to the trafficking, trade or commerce of illegal ivory, horn or any other illegal material. We support and comply with all international laws and regulations, including but not limited to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), the Endangered Species Act, and the African Elephant Conservation Act.