- Anthony Powell Visits Japan
- Ninagawa Yukio (b. 1935)
- Three Great Japanese Translators of Shakespeare
Author: Powell, Anthony
The great novelist Anthony Powell visited Japan with the British Council in 1964 and gave a brief account of his visit in his autobiography.
Author: Gallimore, Daniel
Along with Murakami Haruki, Ninagawa Yukio (1935) is perhaps the most famous of Japanese cultural figures in Britain. This portrait examines Ninagawa's international career as a director and in particular his staging of Shakespeare.
Author: Milward, Peter
This portrait considers the contribution of Japanese translators of Shakespeare (Fukuda Tsuneari, Odajima Yushi and Anzai Tetsuo) to its appreciation in Japan, and to Shakespearian scholarship in Japan and beyond.