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International Netsuke Society Journal - 2002

  Winter 2002
  • Convention Bulletin
  • News from Japan by Nori Watanabe
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Bokko Bokkoku Bokuboku by Paul Moss
  • Stumped by Mitsuhiro by Roger Rudolph
  • Where are the Takarabukuro Mitsuhiros? by Florian Langegger
  • Auctions by Ed McNiff and Ken Prescott
  • Reviews:
    • Netsuke: Japanese Miniature Carvings Collections of the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts
    •  Budapest by Gabor Wilhelm
  • In Memoriam
Fall 2002
  • Convention Bulletin
  • News from Japan by Nori Watanabe
  • The Bakemono Says
  • Netsuke: Fantasy and Reality in Japanese Miniature Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston by Joseph Kurstin
  • The Siniu Enigma by C. U. Suido Schiller
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Auction by Douglas J. K. Wright
  • On Contemporary Netsuke by Jonas G. Gadelius
  • George Weil Netsuke by Paul Moss
  • Review: Inro of the Ryukyus: Lacquered Medicine Containers
  • Legends by Sharen Chappell
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes XVII by Neil K. Davey
Summer 2002
  • Stolen Netsuke Recovered
  • The Bakemono Says
  • News from Japan by Nori Watanabe
  • An Early 17th Century Screen: Use of Katabori Netsuke in Early 17th Century by Joseph Kurstin
  • The Mail Carrier's Netsuke and Sagemono by Yoichi Shimatani, translated and edited by Nori Watanabe
  • The Poetry of Netsuke, Part I by Robert O. Kinsey
  • Tomizo Saratani: The Story of a Great Modern Lacquer Master by David Pepper
  • Reviews, Netsuke: Fantasy and Reality in Japanese Miniature Sculpture
  • Legends by Sharen Chappell
  • Gama Sennin and the Wonder of Toad Myth and Magic by Mark Burell and Merrily Baird
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes XVI by Neil K. Davey
  • In Memoriam: Ilse Wollman
  • Celebrating the Year of the Horse
Spring 2002
  • Celebrations
  • The Netsuke Carvings of Jobun by Milton Stratos
  • Sasayama, the Home of Naito Toyomasa by Nori Watanabe
  • On the Continent by Gabor Wilhelm
  • Auctions by Douglas J. K. Wright
  • Reviews by E. A. Wrangham
  • Questions and Answers by Yukari Yoshida and Joseph Kurstin
  • Notes XV by Neil K. Davey
  • In Memoriam

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.