International British-born illustrator based in Japan. Work ranges from advertising to editorial, children's books and character merchandising.
Manufacturer, value add custom processor / packager, and "factory packed" global distributor of specialty chemical solids (metal, alloy, ceramic, mineral, composite, polymer, abrasive, oxides, nano, coatings, enzymes, magnetic, conductive).
Searchable chronology of events in the history of Japanese photography. The chronology spans from 1646 to present.
Information on the Battle of Iwo Jima from Japan's strategy to the American's strategy and eventual victory. Includes photos of the flag raising and recommended movies.
Used cars and trucks exporters to all over the world with 17 years experience.
Provides a manuscript, flight map, and photos on the third bombing attack of Japan six days after Nagasaki. This attack was kept secret until 1985.
Provides biomaterials for implantable medical devices and produces PEEK-OPTIMA polymer, a biocompatible material for long term implantation.
Features scrapbooking, wood, books, home decor and craft items. Large selection of Provo Craft products and stamping supplies.
An overview and examination of the months following the bombing of Japan and the emotional conflict of American scientists, politicians, and the general public. Includes a bibliography.
National Wood Carvers Association site with membership information, excerpts from their publication, and related links.
Offers resources, articles, forums, and exchanges.
Offers ticket and network information, including a downloadable map of their network. Also provides investor and company information. Available in Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean.
"An Insight into Life and Death at a POW Camp in War-time Japan" by Wes Injerd. Focuses on case records, maps, memos, and depositions.