• The Art of Collecting Books: Tsundoku

    The Art of Collecting Books: Tsundoku

    Tsundoku is a Japanese word that originates from the Edo period. It's a combination of three Japanese words that mean "to stack and leave unread" and it was originally used to describe the habit of buying and hoarding books. Today, the term is used to describe anyone who has a habit of buying and accumulating books without reading them.
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  • 6 Book Temples Around the World

    6 Book Temples Around the World

    Travelling and visiting unique bookshops is something that we all like doing. You never know what gem you can find in a hidden book venue somewhere in Paris or on a sunny holiday in Greece. It could be your favourite signed photobook or a rare art catalogue. 1605 Publishers have prepared a list of 6 sui generis book temples around...
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