Japanese Physical Training
by H. Irving Hancock
Publisher: Putnam 1904
Number of pages: 226
The system of exercise, diet and general mode of living that has made the Mikado's people the healthiest, strongest, and happiest men and women in the world. The author took supplementary courses under native teachers in Yokohama and in Tokio.
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