After the national and international success of his book The Japanese Method for Living 100 Years (translated into more than eleven languages), we accompany Junko on a path that will lead us to discover the Japanese secrets to achieving plenitude, harmony, and happiness.
In Japanese, dō means “path.” Joined to other words, it means different arts, disciplines, and sports; but it is not just that. It also reflects the ways Japanese people live, feel, and act.
Through the fascinating world of kōdō, the path of incense; kadō, the path of flowers; kyūdō, the path of the bow; shodō, the path of calligraphy; and chadō, the tea ceremony, the reader can approach the fascinating philosophy of Japan, based in the aesthetics, ethics, and wisdom of the now.
Junko Takahashi opens the doors of ancestral Japanese wisdom to us to help us discover the essence of plenitude, harmony, and happiness.