Daruma Magazine

Daruma Magazine was a quarterly English language magazine published in Amagasaki, Japan and devoted to Japanese art and antiques.[1] It was published by Takeguchi Momoko and edited by author Alistair Seton.[2] It commenced publication in 1993. In addition to the major articles, each issue contained brief articles on haiku, woodblock prints, and ikebana. The magazine ceased publication in 2011, with Issue 70 (Vol. 18, No. 2) being its last.[3]

Daruma Magazie
CategoriesArt
FrequencyQuarterly
Year founded1993
Final issue
Number

70
CountryJapan
Based inAmagasaki
LanguageEnglish
Websitewww.darumamagazine.com
ISSN0918-0095

Footnotes

  1. The magazine’s website
  2. https://www.darumamagazine.com/contact-us/
  3. Momoko, Takeguchi. (Spring 2011). From Beginning to End, Daruma, 18 (2), p. 10
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