Schilling, Mark. (1997) The Encyclopedia of Japanese pop culture /New York : Weatherhill,MLA Citation
Schilling, Mark. The Encyclopedia Of Japanese Pop Culture. New York : Weatherhill, 1997. Print.
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The Encyclopedia of Japanese pop culture /
by Mark Schilling.
|Main Author:||Schilling, Mark|
|Published:||New York : Weatherhill, 1997.|
|Topics:||Popular culture - Japan. | Culture populaire - Japon.|
|Regions:||Japan - Civilization - 1945- | Japon - Civilisation - 1945-|
|Main Author:||Schilling, Mark, 1949-|
|Physical Description:||343 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-329) and index.
|ISBN:||0834803801 (pbk. : alk. paper)
|Summary:||Japanese culture comes to us in the form of Power Rangers, Godzilla movies, and Sanrio products, but of course the indigenous pop culture is much richer. Rather than focus on what the rest of the world has already encountered, Schilling provides an encyclopedic compendium of books, movies, music, comedians, and cultural scandals that have had the greatest impact in Japan. Thus, for the outsider, this book is an insider's guide to post-war Japan. Not content to simply catalog his entries, Schilling provides real depth and analysis in his articles, opening up Japan's rich pop heritage to the world at large. Over seventy entries cover Japanese popular culture from 1945 to the present, covering music, comedy, fads, popular media, and all aspects which have fueled Japanese popular concerns over the decades.--From publisher description.