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  • Japan Book Publishers Association 日本書籍出版協会

    Address:6 Fukuro-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0828
  • Japan Industrial Publishing Co., Ltd. 日本工業出版

    Address:Japan Industrial Publishing Co. Bldg, 6-3-26 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8610

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    Japan Industrial Publishing Co. started out in 1953 as Advertising Communications Co., an industrial advertising agency. In 1959 the firm entered the specialized technical magazine market by launching the monthly Haikan gijutsu (Piping Engineering), and in 1962 it adopted its present name. Today the company publishes 19 technical magazines and a wide variety of technical books. It also handles the editing and production of subsidy publishing projects, bulletins for scholarly associations and other groups, corporate catalogs, and the like; sponsors technical seminars; and prepares display booths for exhibitions. The company's technical seminars are particularly popular as a component of in-house training programs.

  • NewHOUSE Co., Ltd. ニューハウス出版 Publishers' Corner

    Address:2-1-5 Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0033
    Other:New House

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    In 1932 the Japan Telephone and Building Company (Nippon Denwa Tatemono K.K.) launched a PR publication titled Jutaku to denwa (Home and Telephone). A home and lifestyle magazine for general audiences, Hogaraka (Clear and Bright), went on sale in 1955 in bookstores nationwide. In 1961 the publishing side of JTBC’s Division of Advertising and Publications was spun off to become the independent Hogaraka Publishing Co. Hogaraka was renamed Nyu hausu (NewHOUSE) in 1962, and the name of the company itself was changed to NewHOUSE Co., Ltd. the following year. NewHOUSE established itself as a publisher of magazines, "mooks," and books about homes and architecture, as well as children's titles and study aids. It has been a member of the Japan Book Publishers Association since 1990 and is a supporting member of the Japan Publishers Club. In 2006 the company moved into new quarters in a building dubbed "The Wall" in Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. The core of its activities today continues to be the publication of books.

  • Nichigai Associates, Inc. 日外アソシエーツ

    Address:Dai-3 Shimokawa Building, 1-23-8 Omorikita, Ota-ku,Tokyo 143-8550

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    Since its founding in 1965, Nichigai Associates has remained faithful to its mission of compiling and organizing in digital form a broad range of information on bibliographical materials, people, events, and terminology, and to make this data available through a variety of media. In its early years the company was primarily engaged in publishing paper-based bibliographies, indexes, dictionaries, and other reference works, but with advances in information technology, it entered the online database business in 1986. Nichigai was also among the first publishers to begin releasing its references on CD-ROM. An Internet-based subscription database service, Nichigai/Web, was launched in 1997.

    The company continues to develop new reference tools, guided by the belief that the cumulative trove of knowledge represents one of the most valuable of human assets. Making every effort to simply “record the information as is,” free of any subjective judgments or advocacy, it is dedicated to the creation of ever more useful and reliable tools not only for scholars, specialists, and businesspeople, but for the general public as well.

  • Nigensha Publishing Co., Ltd. 二玄社

    Address:6-2-1 Hon-Komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0021

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    In the half-century and more since its founding in 1955, Nigensha Publishing Co. has made calligraphy and motor vehicles the two pillars of its publication programs. Even after shifting its primary emphasis to calligraphy and Asian art, the company continues to bring out numerous titles relating to motor vehicles.

    Nigensha publishes the 60-volume Chugoku hosho sen (Selected Chinese Calligraphy) and the 47-volume Nihon meihitsu sen (Selected Japanese Calligraphy), which reproduce in facsimile extensive selections of the best-known Chinese and Japanese calligraphy dating from classical times. Also on the company’s list are a variety of calligraphy technique and self-study guides, as well as collections of model calligraphy, targeted at all levels of learners from beginning to advanced. Filling out the company’s offerings for students of the art are calligraphy style references, from the multivolume Daishogen (The Great Source of Calligraphy Style) to Poketto shodo jiten (The Pocket Reference to Calligraphy Style). The publisher has also made available full-size, high-quality reproductions of over 400 calligraphic works and paintings selected from the Chinese collection of the National Palace Museum in Taipei, delighting specialists and collectors not only in Japan but around the world.

  • Nihon Vogue-sha 日本ヴォーグ社

    Address:3-23 Ichigaya-Honmura-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8705

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    For more than five decades, Nihon Vogue-sha has dedicated itself to enriching women’s lives by publishing a wide variety of books on handicrafts. In an age when people’s lives are filled with manufactured objects of every kind, the significance and value of “handmade” goes well beyond the simple making of another object; it is an expression of the self and one’s own personal lifestyle, a means of connecting with family and other loved ones, a kind of healing that comes from taking back some precious time for oneself, and an opportunity to meet others who have the same interests?to name just a few of its attractions. Nihon Vogue-sha answers to these demands by publishing books, sponsoring classes, and offering information over the Internet covering materials, how-to instructions, designs, and other useful details encompassing the full range of craft genres.

  • Nihonbungeisha Co., Ltd. 日本文芸社

    Address:1-7 Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8407
  • Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. 日経BP Publishers' Corner

    Address:1-17-3 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8646, Japan

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    Targeted primarily at businesspersons, books published by Nikkei Business Publications generally fall into one of three major categories: business management, technology, and lifestyle. The company releases 500 new titles each year, and the total number of licensing agreements in place with overseas publishers has now reached 100. From books by and about leading figures in the Japanese business world, to titles featuring uniquely Japanese design and architecture, and to works discussing how the newest technologies will shape the future of society, the company prides itself in a lineup that no other publisher can duplicate. 

  • Nikkei Publishing Inc. 日本経済新聞出版社

    Address:1-3-7 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8066
  • Nippon Jitsugyo Publishing 日本実業出版社 Publishers' Corner

    Address:3-29 Honmura-cho, Ichigaya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0845

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    Since its founding in 1950, Nippon Jitsugyo Publishing has brought out a steady stream of titles on business and business management, along with a variety of books on humanistic, scientific, and practical subjects; it also publishes magazines targeted at the leaders of small- to mid-sized venture businesses. The company’s approach of giving weight to pragmatic applications over recondite theories, and offering top-notch content in easy to read, easy to understand formats, has been a hit with business people and the general reader alike. With a number of perennial bestsellers on its backlist, Nippon Jitsugyo has established itself as an irreplaceable presence in the arena of business publications. It is committed to staying one step ahead of the changing times in an effort to deliver practical and genuinely useful content to the reader.

  • Nippon Kyobunsha Co., Ltd. 日本教文社

    Address:9-6-44 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8674

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    Since its founding in 1934, Nippon Kyobunsha Co. has dedicated itself to publishing books that offer uplifting principles for readers to make use of in their daily lives, spanning philosophies and religions East and West as well as psychoanalytic studies, and including in particular the various editions of the multivolume Seimei no jisso (Truth of Life) written by the founder of the syncretic new religion Seicho-no-Ie, Masaharu Taniguchi, which have sold more than 19 million copies. In recent years the company has published a diverse list including books that sound the alarm from a religious and ethical perspective about global climate change and scientific efforts to manipulate life; books that discuss Japan’s role and direction in an increasingly globalized world; books on history and thought aimed at preserving traditional culture; and children’s and educational titles.

  • Nishimura Co., Ltd. 西村書店

    Address:1-754-39 Asahimachi-dori, Chuo-ku, Niigata 951-8122

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    Nishimura Co., Ltd. specializes in medical books but also publishes a wide variety of art books, general interest books, and picture and story books for children. Titles from overseas are strongly represented, including a Japanese edition of the French fantasy series Oksa Pollock, which has been selling well since the first volume appeared at the end of 2012. The company's Art Library series encompasses 43 volumes featuring individual world masters, and its recent offerings in the art category include Geijutsu no miyako: Pari dai-zukan (City of the Arts: Paris in Pictures). In the medical book category, the company has been publishing a growing list of full-color editions designed to be visually informative and easy to read, beginning with Tonyobyo-gaku: kiso to rinsho (Diabetes: Fundamentals and Clinical Practice). The newest addition to the lineup, Naika-gaku (Internal Medicine), co-edited by a team of internists from the University of Tokyo with a special emphasis on maladies seen more commonly among Japanese and other Asian peoples, has been well-received. The company also has plans for a series of practical, easy-to-read books on health for the general reader.