Orientalism (see also 'Japan Studies')
- Ian Fleming (1908-64), Novelist and Journalist
- The Changing Perceptions of Japanese Architecture, 1862-1919
Author: Hatcher, John
This essay details Ian Fleming's (1908-64) 1959 visit to Tokyo for the Sunday Times, as part of a five-week tour of his personal canon of 'the thrilling cities of the world', and the impact this and his subsequent visits to the country had on his writing.
Author: Basham, Anna
This essay details Britain's changing attitudes towards Japanese Architecture between 1862 and 1919, including thoughts from Rutherford Alcock, James Jackson Jarves, E.W. Godwin, Josiah Conder, Christopher Dresser, Edward S. Morse, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and William Morris.