Dreams and plans

Public Bath Press sees itself as a service as well as a business, and as such, we are hoping to present some books that won't have much commercial potential, but which will serve to widen the serious audience's appreciation of Japanese music. When I get some more money back out of the Dokkiri! project, we will release a translation of Wajima Yusuke's history of enka, and we're also working on a book of Boredom's genius guitarist Yamamoto Seiichi's writing. Possible projects include a translation of Gaseneta history Gaseneta Wasteland and maybe, just maybe, folk legend Mikami Kan's autobiography.