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IAponskii fenomen / [avtorskii kollektiv, I.P. Lebedeva ... et al. ; nauchnyi rukovoditel i otvetstvennyi redaktor K.O. Sarkisov]
Bib ID 1979
Format BookBook
Description Moskva : In-t vostokovedeniia RAN, 1996 
180 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 5892820157
Notes

At head of title: Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk. Institut vostokovedeniia. TSentr po izucheniiu sovremennoi IAponii. IAponskii fond.

Includes bibliographical references.

Summary in English.

Subjects Japan -- Civilization -- 1945-  |  Japan -- Social conditions -- 1945-
Other authors/contributors Sarkisov, K. O  |  Lebedeva, I. P. (Irina Pavlovna)  |  Kokusai Koryu Kikin  |  Institut vostokovedeniia (Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk)  |  TSentr po izucheniiu sovremennoi IAponii (Russia)

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