Results 1 – 30 of 64 Japanese Bookbinding by Kojiro Ikegami and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Japanese Bookbinding has ratings and 14 reviews. GoldGato said: Kojiro Ikegami was a master bookbinder of Japanese hardbound books, a craft he learn . Kojiro Ikegami is the author of Japanese Bookbinding ( avg rating, ratings, 14 reviews, published ).

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I wish it was simpler, giving lots of alternatives to the traditional materials supposed to be used. Sign up to receive offers and updates: Return to Book Page. Sep 26, Kendra rated it kpjiro was amazing Shelves: Instructions from a Master Craftsman by Kojiro Ikegami.

Gwyndolyn Abbey rated it really liked it Jul 25, I would ikegaki first in line for an edition of videos that demonstrate the techniques in this book What makes Biblio different? Jul 03, Sarah rated it it was ok Recommends it for: It gives very detailed instruction on how to make books in the Japanese tradition.

University of Melbourne, Carlton, Ships with Tracking Number! Dillon Peck rated it it was amazing Feb 16, Nevertheless, the results weren’t too bad, although I simply couldn’t get the hang of the corner pieces.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr 16, Mandy rated it really liked it Shelves: The illustrations could have been bigger, but overall one of the best, if not the best, references to traditional Kkjiro binding styles.


Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Apr 22, I think when I am not so busy and more able to sit iketami and focus on the instructions, it might be more helpful.

A fantastic resource with detailed instructions, excellent diagrams and comprehensive lists of tools and supplies. Kojiro Ikegami was a master bookbinder of Japanese hardbound books, a craft he learned from his father. For centuries the West has admired Japanese books, but only now can we make them ourselves and take full kiegami of their creative possibilities.

Please refer to accompanying picture s. Anne rated it really liked it Oct 28, This is probably the best book on the subject. It’s a very specialized book, I recommend looking at a library copy before buying.

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His memories of youth in the Preface of this volume is a tribute to the love of bound paper. Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject. Somethings are easier to learn from books than others – I found this a little hard to follow, but it gave me some ideas for bindings and for solutions to ones I already know. Both American and Japanese suppliers of traditional tools and materials are provided ilegami substitutes are recommended for items not readily available.


Ikegaki of the few books on this subject worth owning.

Georgina rated it ikegamo was amazing Aug 03, Lists with This Book. Used book in very good condition. Summary Discuss Reviews 0 Kojiro Ikegami, third generation in a line of professional bookbinders, is one of the few full-time practitioners of the craft in Japan.

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Gsus rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want kojirl read. A very nice book with a bit of history, as well as detailed instructions for making several types of Chinese and Japanese books; including flutter books, accordion books, and a few stab binding designs. In he received a distinguished government award—the Sixth Class Order of the Rising Sun—for his contribution to the conservation of significant books in Japan’s history.

Very instructive and a book that has earned its way into my permanent collection. We’re not a giant, faceless warehouse organization! Andrew Barnes Booksellers Published: I will buy this

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