Yoshiko ushiodas caring for japanese arts at the chester beatty library is a lively and compelling memoir of fifty years spent in dublin doing what it says on the tin or at least in the title. Caring for japanese arts at the chester beatty library is a memoir of yoshiko ushioda looking back at more than five decades of life in dublinthe story begins in 1960 when she traveled from tokyo with her young son to join her husband a research fellow at university college dublin. The trinity centre for asian studies will be hosting a seminar on caring for japanese arts at the chester beatty library by mrs yoshiko ushioda at 1pm on tuesday 20 march. Book launch of caring for japanese arts at the chester beatty library a well deserved celebration of a spectacular life chester beatty library dublin friends of dalkey archive press and members of the japanese community came together last friday 2nd of february 2018 to celebrate yoshiko ushioda s beautiful memoir about a life read on . The irish vicar revered in japan as the father of hockey yoshiko ushioda has written a memoir about a life dedicated to caring for japanese art masterpieces in the chester beatty library in dublin
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