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All requests to reprint material from The Journal of Japanese Studies should be addressed in writing or via email to the Managing Editor at the address below.

Permission to reprint JJS articles for classroom use is usually granted free of charge. Requests should indicate the university, course name and number, instructor's name, estimated enrollment, as well as the title and author of the article.

Requests to reprint JJS articles for other purposes (such as republication in another work) should include the editor, title, and publisher of that work, estimated publication date, expected press run, and the percentage of the work the JJS material will make up.

Abstracts from the Journal may be found in various electronic databases (including our own Table of Contents pages), but in order to preserve copyright and to protect the rights and works of our authors, permission is not given for electronic distribution of any other JJS material.

            
 

Marie Anchordoguy and Kevin M. Doak, Coeditors     Martha L. Walsh, Managing Editor
The Journal of Japanese Studies
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