Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) was a confirmed Japanophile and a renowned interpreter of things Japanese to the West. Hearn's most famous work is a collection of lectures entitled Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation.
Glimpses Of Unfamiliar Japanby Lafcadio Hearn
This book introduces a world that few early Western visitors to Japan ever saw. This is the world of unusual customs, bizarre superstitions, and enchanting scenery. Included in this classic volume are Hearn's well-known essays on gardens, festivals, the household shrine, and other aspects of Japanese daily life.
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I'm very much enjoying reading this book. His writing style is very pleasant to read, and he illustrates the scenes wonderfully.
Lacfadio Hearn seems likw he was a wonderful and caring teacher and truly loved japanese people and culture