5.9 x 8.2", 160 pp., color and b/w illustrations throughout, text in Japanese with contents in English, paper, Tokyo, 2000. (o.p.; some wear). Articles include: Special Features: Tobacco Accessories The Mode of Stylish Being Chic with Tobacco Pouches The Beauty of Japan's Tobacco Accessories Chinese Snuff Bottles Qing Dynasty Snuff...
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9 x 12.3", 289 pp., over 400 illustrations, many in color, cloth, slipcase, Tokyo, 1974. This volume illustrates early Japanese cigarette packaging designs in the pre-monopoly eras, roughly 1878-1905.
8.5 x 12", 223 pp., 1228 examples illustrated in color, text in Japanese, cloth, Tokyo, 1985. (o.p.; gilt characters on spine/front cover, text fine). This volume is a catalogue of Japanese cigarette packaging designs from the early 1900s to the 1960s.
8.5 x 12", 224 pp., 457 examples illustrated, approx. 100 in color, text in Japanese, cloth, Tokyo, 1987. (o.p.; gilt characters on spine/front cover, text fine). This volume surveys Japanese cigarette posters from the earliest example in 1882 through the 1960s.
7.25 x 10.25", 2nd printing, 72 pp., fully illustrated, many in color, paper, Tokyo, 1988. English language catalogue of the Tobacco and Salt Museum, Tokyo, outlining the evolution of tobacco culture in Japan as seen in the arts and economy.
8.5 x 12", 324 pp., approx. 80 color and 645 b/w illustrations, text in Japanese, cloth, Tokyo, 1997. (o.p.; gilt characters on spine/front cover, text fine). This volume features tobacco bon or Japanese smoking trays, usually made of beautifully designed lacquer and wood.