The Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art

  • v. 1. Major Themes in Japanese Art – Nihon bijutsu nyūmon par Itsuji Yoshikawa
  • v. 2. The Beginnings of Japanese Art – Nihon bijutsu no tanjō par Namio Egami
  • v. 3. Shinto Art : Ise and Izumo Shrines – Ise to Izumo par Yasutada Watanabe
  • v. 4. Asuka Buddhist Art : Horyu-ji – Hōryūji par Seiichi Mizuno
  • v. 5. Nara Buddhist Art : Todai-ji – Tōdaiji no Daibutsu par Takeshi Kobayashi
  • v. 6. The Silk Road and the Shoso-in – Shiruku Rōdo to Shōsōin par Ryoichi Hayashi
  • v. 7. Temples of Nara and Their Art – Nara no tera par Minoru Ooka
  • v. 8. Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism – Mikkyō no bijutsu par Takaaki Sawa
  • v. 9. Heian Temples : Byodo-in and Chuson-ji – Byōdōin to Chūsonji par Toshio Fukyama
  • v. 10. Painting in the Yamato Style – Yamatoe par Saburo Ienaga
  • v. 11. Sculpture of the Kamakura Period – Unkei to Kamakura chōkoku par Hisashi Mori
  • v. 12. Japanese Ink Painting – Shūbun kara Sesshū e par Ichimatsu Tanaka
  • v. 13. Feudal Architecture of Japan – Shiro to shoin par Kiyoshi Hirai
  • v. 14. Momoyama Decorative Painting – Momoyama no shōhekiga par Tsugiyoshi Doi
  • v. 15. Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony – Cha no bijutsu par Hayashiya, Nakamura, Hayashiya
  • v. 16. Japanese Costume and Textile Arts – Kosode to Nō ishō par Seiroku Noma
  • v. 17. Momoyama Genre Painting – Momoyama no fūzokuga par Yuzo Yamane
  • v. 18. Edo Painting : Sotatsu and Korin – Sōtatsu to Kōrin par Hiroshi Mizuo
  • v. 19. The Namban Art of Japan – Nanban bijutsu par Yoshitomo Okamoto
  • v. 20. Edo Architecture : Katsura and Nikko – Katsura to Nikkō par Naomi Okawa
  • v. 21. Traditional Domestic Architecture – Minka par Teiji Itoh
  • v. 22. Traditional Woodblock Prints – Edo no ukiyoeshi par Seiichiro Takahashi
  • v. 23. Japanese Painting in the Literati Style – Bunjinga par Yoshiho Yonezawa et Chu Yoshizawa
  • v. 24. Modern Currents in Japanese Art – Kindai bijutsu no nagare par Michiaki Kawakita
  • v. 25. Japanese Art in World Perspective – Sekai no naka no Nihon bijutsu par Toru Terada
  • v. 26. Folk Arts and Crafts of Japan – Bekkan [1]. Mingei par Kageo Muraoka et Kichiemon Okamura
  • v. 27. The Art of Japanese Calligraphy – Bekkan [2]. Niwa par Yujiro Nakata
  • v. 28. The Garden Art of Japan – Bekkan [3]. Sho par Masao Hayakawa
  • v. 29. The Art of Japanese Ceramics – Bekkan [4]. Tōki par Tsugio Mikami
  • v. 30. Japanese Art : A Cultural Appreciation
  • v. 31. General Index

Éditions :  Heibonsha puis Weatherhill

Nombre de pages : entre 150 et 200 pages

Format : 21 x 29,7 cm

Langue : Japonais et Anglais

Date de parution :  Version japonaise : 1964 et 1968 puis la Version anglaise : 1972 et 1980