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  • Magazinehouse マガジンハウス

    Address:3-13-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8003
    Website:magazineworld.jp/
    Founded:1945
    Contact:magazineworld.jp/inquiry/index
  • Maruzen Publishing Co., Ltd. 丸善出版

    Address:Kanda Jinbocho Bldg. 6F, 2-17 Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051
    Phone:03-3512-3256 
    Website:pub.maruzen.co.jp/
    Founded:2011
    Contact:s_yasu@maruzen.co.jp

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    Maruzen Publishing Co. was founded in February 2011 when parent firm Maruzen Co. spun off its publishing division as an independent corporation. The parent company’s publishing activities can be traced back to 1872, when it brought out Shinyaku seiko (Properties of New Medicines) under the Maruya Shuppan imprint. Some of its other early milestones as a pioneer in the dissemination of new knowledge during the period of “civilization and enlightenment” that followed the Meiji Restoration of 1868 were Kagaku nikki (Chemistry Journal; 1877), Butsuri nikki (Physics Journal; 1878), Shintai shisho (New Poetry; 1882), and Manabi no tomoshibi (The Lantern of Learning; 1897?).

    Today, Maruzen continues to contribute to the advancement of science and technology by publishing a broad range of references, technical books, university textbooks, and web content in the medical and pharmaceutical fields as well as in other scientific and technical areas. In addition, it produces numerous video products spanning such diverse subjects as nursing, eldercare, social welfare, medical services, insurance, physical fitness, the arts, psychology, and business management, and also serves as the distributor for BBC and University of the Air publications.

  • Medical View Co., Ltd. メジカルビュー社

    Address:2-30 Ichigaya-Motomura-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0845
    Phone:03-5228-2050
    Website:www.medicalview.co.jp/
    Founded:1968
    Contact:eigyo@medicalview.co.jp

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    Medical View Co. is a publisher of a wide spectrum of medical books. The company seeks to contribute to the medical and health industries by delivering accurate, high-quality medical information in a timely manner under the editorial watchwords of “foresight,” “originality,” and “reliability.”

    In an era of breathtaking medical progress, the latest research in such fields as gene diagnosis, gene therapy, and regenerative medicine is bringing one change after another to clinical practice. Similarly, the rapid aging of society has brought dramatic changes to geriatric medicine and eldercare. In response to these trends, Medical View strives to provide readers with information that is comprehensive, to the point, and presented in an easy-to-understand form. To this end, the company gives particular attention to incorporating ample illustrations, photos, tables, and diagrams into its publications?not only in its traditional paper-based books and magazines, but also in its growing list of digital publications (CD-ROMs, DVDs, ebooks, apps).

  • Meisei University Press 明星大学出版部

    Address:2-1-1 Hodokubo, Hino-shi, Tokyo 191-8506 
    Phone:042-591-5111
    Website:www.meisei-up.co.jp/index.html
  • Midori Shobo Co., Ltd. 緑書房

    Address:Higashi-Nihonbashi Green Bldg., 2-8-3 Higashi-Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0004
    Phone:03-6833-0560
    Website:www.pet-honpo.com/
    Founded:1960

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    From microorganisms to elephants and whales, untold numbers of living things coexist on the earth in a state of mutual dependency. Humans are among them, but due to unilateral actions on our part, the relationship between humans and other organisms has grown unstable. The human population has continued to grow without restraint, leading to stresses on food supplies and the environment, altered living conditions for many other species, and countless extinctions.

    Midori Shobo publishes a wide variety of titles that focus on life and the environment, and that spread the word about new ideas and technologies for overcoming the numerous challenges faced by the species of the world?including humans?with regard to such issues as species propagation, nourishment, and disease.

  • Minerva Shobo Co., Ltd. ミネルヴァ書房

    Address:1 Tsutsumidani-cho, Hinooka, Yamashina-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 607-8494
    Phone:075-581-5191 
    Website:www.minervashobo.co.jp
    Founded:1948
    Contact:www.minervashobo.co.jp/contact/
  • Mitsumura Suiko Shoin Publishing Co., Ltd. 光村推古書院 Publishers' Corner

    Address:217-2 Hashiuracho, Horikawadori Sanjo-kudaru, Nakagyo-ku, 604-8257 Kyoto
    Website:www.mitsumura-suiko.co.jp
    Founded:1958

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    Mitsumura Suiko Shoin Publishing Co. of Kyoto got its start in 1887 as a publisher of ukiyoe prints. Long specializing in books on Japanese art, the company has recently brought out a number of publications about the city of Kyoto as well. The company is eager to cultivate avenues for spreading knowledge of the art, culture, lifestyle, and natural beauty of Kyoto and Japan to readers overseas.

  • Musashino Art University Press 武蔵野美術大学出版局

    Address:3-3-7 Higashi-cho, Kichijoji, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8566
    Phone:0422-23-0810
    Website:www.musabi.co.jp/
    Founded:1983
    Subjects:Art, Design
    Contact:press@musabi.ac.jp

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    To cater to the needs of lifelong learners, Musashino Art University began offering a four-year correspondence course in 2002. Musashino Art University Press publishes textbooks for the university, as well as a variety of books ranging from academic subjects to art and design. Our aim is to contribute to society at large by making the university's achievements accessible to people everywhere.

  • Musashino University Press 武蔵野大学出版会

    Address:1-1-20 Shinmachi, Nishitokyo-shi, Tokyo 202-8585
    Phone:042-468-3003
    Website:mubs.jp/syuppan/
    Founded:2005
    Subjects:Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contact:shuppan@musashino-u.ac.jp

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    Musashino University Press was founded in 2005, roughly in conjunction with the transition of the school from a Buddhist-oriented women’s university to a coed institution. The press’s mission is to make available to the public the educational and research contributions of the university in all its disciplines, from the humanities and social sciences to nursing, pharmaceutical science, and medical care.