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Chūya Nakahara (1907-1937) is one of twentieth century Japan’s most celebrated poets. During his brief life he only produced two volumes of poetry and only saw the first–this volume–to publication while he was alive. Although he was not widely known during his life and...Read more about Book Release by EALC Graduate Ry Beville - "Chūya Nakahara: Poems of the Goat"
The Center for Japanese Studies (CJS) of UC Berkeley welcomes Japanese composer, Toshio Hosokawa to the campus as the recipient of the 6th Berkeley Japan Prize. At the award...Read more about Announcing 2023 Berkeley Japan Prize Recipient
The Center for Japanese Studies welcomes internationally acclaimed novelist, playwright, and essayist YU Miri to the campus as the recipient of the 5th Berkeley Japan Prize for...Read more about Announcing 2022 Berkeley Japan Prize Recipient