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  • Bronze Publishing Inc. ブロンズ新社

    Address:3B Mansion 31 6-31-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
  • Bun-ichi Co., Ltd. 文一総合出版

    Address:Kawakami Building, 2-5 Nishi-gokencho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0812

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    Bun-ichi Co. is the publisher of Japan’s only bird-watching monthly, Birder, as well as an extensive selection of books, magazines, and electronic resources for the nature lover. The compact nature guides in the company’s Handobukku (Handbook) series are produced with a high-resolution printing process that offers crisp, clear photo reproductions even on the limited-size pages. With volumes devoted variously to a particular taxonomic group, habitat, lifecycle stage, etc., the books have gained many fans, from novices to seasoned experts. The series now runs to over 50 volumes, some released in iOS versions as well.

    Other series issued by the company include the Poketto zukan (Pocket Guide) series, targeted at the complete beginner, and the Neicha gaido (Nature Guide) series for more advanced users, as well as larger format (A4-size) illustrated guides. Titles range across all aspects of nature and living things in Japan, and across all levels of interest?from readers looking for just the basics to those with advanced research needs. The company’s supplementary textbooks targeted at the elementary through middle-school grades, as well as its more academic titles on ecological subjects for undergraduate and graduate students, are also highly regarded.

  • Bungeishunju Ltd. 文藝春秋 Publishers' Corner

    Address:3-23 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8008
    Founded:1923 feedback/feedback_e.htm
    Abbreviation:ぶんしゅん 文春

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    In 1923 best-selling author Kan Kikuchi founded the magazine Bungeishunju, laying the cornerstone for the present-day Bungeishunju Ltd. The firm will celebrate its 90th anniversary in 2013. With the monthly Bungeishunju as its flagship publication, Bungeishunju Ltd. is one of Japan's leading publishers, producing a wide range of magazines while its book-publishing arm issues approximately 400 fiction and nonfiction titles every year. As the supervisor of Japan's two most prestigious literary awards, the Akutagawa and Naoki Prizes, Bungeishunju Ltd. has introduced many new authors to the public. Virtually all of the prizewinners continue to play active literary roles in the evolution and growth of modern Japanese literature.

  • Bunkeido Co., Ltd. 文溪堂

    Address:3-16-12 Otsuka, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0012
    Subjects:Education, Children
  • Bunken Shuppan 文研出版

  • Froebel-kan フレーベル館 Publishers' Corner

    Address:6-14-9 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8611
  • Fukuinkan Shoten Publishers, Inc. 福音館書店

    Address:6-6-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8686

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    Fukuinkan Shoten Publishers, Inc. has specialized in the publication of children's books and books about children since its founding in 1952. Two pioneering publications were Haha no tomo (Mothers' Companion), a monthly magazine about parenting launched in 1953, and Kodomo no tomo (Children's Companion), a monthly picture book for children started in 1956. The latter publication produced many popular picture books, including the Guri and Gura series by Rieko Nakagawa and Yuriko Yamawaki, and Mii-chan's First Errand and other works illustrated by Akiko Hayashi. These were joined in 1969 by Kagaku no tomo (Children's Science Companion), a monthly nonfiction picture book for young readers, the first of its kind. Today Fukuinkan publishes eight monthly picture books in both fiction and nonfiction, catering to different age groups, as well as a monthly magazine for parents. The company also publishes picture books and children's literature, both world-renowned works translated into Japanese and original publications. Popular titles in the latter category include the Anno's Journey series by Mitsumasa Anno, Kiki's Delivery Service by Eiko Kadono, and the Nature Photography series.

  • Fusosha Publishing Inc. 扶桑社 Publishers' Corner

    Address:4F-7F Suzuebeidiam Building, 1-15-1 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8070

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    Fusosha Publishing Inc. began as Living Magazine, the publishing arm of the Fuji Television Network, incorporating under its present name in 1984. Publications include the monthly magazines ESSE, Numero TOKYO, and en-taxi, as well as the weekly SPA! Fusosha also publishes some 200 books every year. Among its literary titles are Tokyo Tawa: Okan to boku to, tokidoki, oton (Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad), by Lily Franky, which won the 2006 Booksellers Award and has been published in six countries overseas; and Natsu no mizu no hangyojin (Merman in Summer Waters), by Shiro Maeda, which won the 2009 Mishima Yukio Prize and has been published in Korea. The graphic novel Kodoku no gurume (The Solitary Gourmet), by Masayuki Qusumi and Jiro Taniguchi, has been published in six countries overseas. Fusosha actively pursues foreign rights sales.

  • Futabasha Publishers Ltd. 双葉社

    Address:3-28 Higashigoken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8540
  • Fuzambo 冨山房

    Address:1-3 Kanda-Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051