- Return of a Native: Lady Dorothy Britton Bouchier
- Frank Guyver Britton (1879-1934), Engineer and Earthquake Hero
- Prince and Princess Chichibu
- Elizabeth Keith (1887-1956): A Marriage of British Art and Japanese Craftsmanship
- Richard Ponsonby-Fane, 1878-1937: A Modern Scholarly William Adams
Dorothy Britton was born in Japan before the war and returned there during the Occupation. This chapter gives an account of her life as a bridge between Japanese and English cultures.
This essay provides a thorough and tender account of Frank Britton's (1879-1934) life, relations with Japan, and his role in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923.
This portrait displays the life and political career of Prince and Princess Chichibu both in Japan and Britain, as well as their role in the attempted coups d'état of 1932.
This essay offers a lively account of Elizabeth Keith's artistic career in Japan, recounting her personality, talents, and affection for Japanese craftsmanship.
Richard Ponsonby-Fane (1878-37) was a prodigious scholar and writer on Japan, and yet his name is absent from encyclopaedias or bibliographies. Here Dorothy Britton celebrates his personal legacy.