far eastern viewpoint

Kawai, Shuichiro
June 2009
Classic Record Collector;Summer2009, Issue 57, p60
The article offers advice on reading Japanese record catalogues. It notes that collectors should master katakana, which is employed for words of names of foreign origins, to be able to read catalogues. It mentions that collectors can also refer to the periodical "The Record Geijutsu," which publishes news of all the classical records in Japan.


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