By Conrad Totman
- The first version used to be largely praised for combining sophistication and accessibility.
- Covers a variety of topics, together with geology, weather, agriculture, govt and politics, tradition, literature, media, overseas family members, imperialism, and industrialism.
- Updated to incorporate an epilogue on Japan this present day and tomorrow.
- Now contains extra on girls in heritage and extra on foreign relations.
- Bibliographical listings were up to date and enlarged.
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