Japan in World History addresses the entire scope of Japanese history, beginning with Japan's prehistoric culture and ending with a look at Japan in the world today. The majority of large-scale history books on Japan, by contrast, focus on the modern era, and those that cover the entire scope of its history are not written for general readers and do not focus on Japan's international engagement. This work stands apart for its narration of traditional historical developments through the perspective of interactions and comparisons with the broader world.

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