Osaka: Namazu Collective, [198-?]. Unbound wrappers (as issued) (7 ¼” x 10 ½”), 48 pp, illus. Very light creasing, about Fine. Only five institutions with physical copies of this magazine in OCLC, with only two of those in the U.S. (Michigan & Stony Brook Univ.).
An informative history of the anarchist movement in Japan from 1945-1980s. Issued as no. 3 of “Namazu,” it was originally written by Mukai Kou in his personal newsletter “IOM Tsushin” in June 1978 and was then translated, revised and expanded by Hans Enday of the Namazu Collective. A rarely seen assessment questionnaire laid in gauging the reader on the quality and interest of this issue. An important history of the anti-establishment Left in Japan. Item #06701