Bringing the World Books from Japan FORGING GLOBAL TIES
Literary Works that Help Readers Discover Contemporary Japan
The “Read Japan” program in recent years has enhanced the understanding of Japan around the world by providing overseas libraries with books related to the country. One related outcome of the program’s efforts is the Tokyo International Literary Festival—the first event of its kind in Japan—held in March 2013.
- 2014.09.24 British Literary Journal Granta Releases its First “Japan” Issue
- 2014.08.19 Monkey Business: Opening A Window on Contemporary Japanese Literature
- 2014.07.15 Pursuing Mutual Understanding across Asia through Literature
- 2013.05.24 Scenes from the 2013 Tokyo International Literary Festival
- 2013.05.09 Bringing Japanese Literature to the World: The Need for Good Translation
- 2013.04.26 Feedback from Writers Attending the Tokyo International Literary Festival
- 2013.03.22 Tokyo International Literary Festival Held!
- 2013.03.15 Japanese Literature’s Big Chance? Interview with Motoyuki Shibata
- 2013.03.08 The International Potential of Literary Journals
- 2013.03.01 Bringing Japan’s Books to Readers Around the World