Top 10 Japan Books

    A Bowl Full of Peace: A True Story
    5.5
    01
    A Bowl Full of Peace: A True Story
    Written by Caren Stelson & illustrated by Akira Kusaka
    Yoko
    5.5
    02
    Yoko
    Written and illustrated by Rosemary Wells
    The Funny Little Woman
    4.8
    03
    The Funny Little Woman
    Written by Arlene Mosel & illustrated by Blair Lent
    First Book of Sushi
    4.5
    04
    First Book of Sushi
    Written and illustrated by Amy Wilson Sanger
    The Sound of Silence
    4.5
    05
    The Sound of Silence
    Written by Katrina Goldsaito & illustrated by Julia Kuo
    Patience, Miyuki
    4.5
    06
    Patience, Miyuki
    Written by Roxane Marie Galliez & illustrated by Seng Soun Ratanavanh
    Suki's Kimono
    4.5
    07
    Suki's Kimono
    Written by Chieri Uegaki & illustrated by Stephane Jorisch
    Basho and the River Stones
    4.5
    08
    Basho and the River Stones
    Written by Tim J Myers & illustrated by Oki Han
    Take Me Out to the Yakyu
    4.4
    09
    Take Me Out to the Yakyu
    Written and illustrated by Aaron Meshon
    Sumokitty
    4.0
    10
    Sumokitty
    Written and illustrated by David Biedrzycki
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The Furry-Legged Teapot
Basho and the Fox
Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin
The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota's Garden
Buttons the Kitten
The Unbreakable Zamperini
A Life Made by Hand
Night of the Ninjas
Grandfather's Journey
The Crane Wife
It Began with a Page: How Gyo Fujikawa Drew the Way
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On the Horizon
Ocarina of Time, Vol. 1
Majora's Mask
Grass Sandals: The Travels of Basho
Pinkalicious: Cherry Blossom
Pokémon Adventures
Tree of Cranes
The Out-Foxed Fox
Tanuki's Gift
All the Ways Home
Kira-Kira
The Taste of Rain
Truman the Dog
Fish for Jimmy
The Cat Who Went to Heaven
Wabi Sabi
The Tale of the Mandarin Ducks
Junko Tabei Masters the Mountains
Sumo Joe
I Survived the Japanese Tsunami, 2011
Ocarina of Time, Vol. 2
Pokémon Adventures (Red and Blue), Vol. 1
A Scarf for Keiko
Dragon of the Red Dawn
Honda: The Boy Who Dreamed of Cars
In a Flash