2 edition of Footsteps of Japanese Buddhism found in the catalog.
Footsteps of Japanese Buddhism
Institute for Research in Living Religion. Foreign Dept.
by The Foreign Department of the Institute for Research in Living Religion in [Tokyo
Written in English
Includes two guard sheets with descriptive letterpress.
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