KYOTO JOURNAL: INSIGHTS FROM ASIA WELLBEING, Issue 95Asian Art Museum Store
Founded in 1987, Kyoto Journal (KJ) is an award-winning, volunteer-driven quarterly magazine that presents thought-provoking cultural and historical insights from Kyoto, Japan, and all of Asia. The recipient of several international independent press awards, including the Utne Reader and Pushcart Prize.
From the green spaces of urban Osaka to the sacred ravines of Ubud, KJ’s Wellbeing issue delves into the Asian conception of well-being from a holistic standpoint. Contents include:
- After narrowly escaping with her life from the devastating 2015 Nepal earthquake, Sushma Joshi recounts the long process of physical and emotional healing
- Mark Hovane elucidates the healing, transformative qualities of the Japanese garden and its historical development
- Qigong practitioner and teacher Bernard Kwan on how the traditional Chinese approach to well-being can transform ageing into “something that is not to be feared, but savored”
- Amy Chavez is led to a mystical site of purification frequented by ancient Balinese princes and princesses — with stunning photography by Aimery Joëssel
- Pages: 113
- Size: approx. 8 x 10 3/4 inches
- Published: 2019
- With this issue, receive a complimentary sachet of incense from Shoyeido Kyoto, est. 1687.