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Manaslu 1952-3.

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £460.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo: 1954

Edition: 1954 First Edition

Seller ID: 66677

Condition: 217pp, 126 photographs, maps, original blue cloth, light foxing to endpapers, VG+ in VG dw. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official account of the Manaslu expeditions in 1952 and 1953. In 1952, a Japanese reconnaissance party reached 5275m on the east side of the mountain. In 1953 the first attempt to Summit Manaslu was made by a Japanese team of 15 climbers led by Yukio Mita via the Northeast face. K. Kato, J. Yamada and S Ishizaka made a summit push reaching 7750m before turning back. Yakushi 525. A very scarce title indeed. View more info

Manaslu 1952-3.

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £450.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo: 1954

Edition: 1954 First Edition

Seller ID: 62819

Condition: 217pp, 126 photographs, maps, original blue cloth, light foxing to endpapers, VG+ in Fair dw with repairs. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official account of the Manaslu expeditions in 1952 and 1953. In 1952, a Japanese reconnaissance party reached 5275m on the east side of the mountain. In 1953 the first attempt to Summit Manaslu was made by a Japanese team of 15 climbers led by Yukio Mita via the Northeast face. K. Kato, J. Yamada and S Ishizaka made a summit push reaching 7750m before turning back. Yakushi 525. A very scarce title indeed. View more info

Manaslu 1954-6

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £650.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo: 1958

Edition: 1958 First Edition

Seller ID: 68424

Condition: 353pp, 24 photographs, maps, original red cloth, Fine in VG dw with small tears repaired. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official accounts of the Manaslu expedition in 1954, Ganesh Himal, and the successful expedition of 1956. With a summary in English, and a topographical map. Yakushi 526. View more info

Manaslu 1952-3.

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £460.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo: 1954

Edition: 1954 First Edition

Seller ID: 68423

Condition: 217pp, 126 photographs, maps, original blue cloth, light foxing to endpapers, VG in VG dw with some edge wear. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official account of the Manaslu expeditions in 1952 and 1953. In 1952, a Japanese reconnaissance party reached 5275m on the east side of the mountain. In 1953 the first attempt to Summit Manaslu was made by a Japanese team of 15 climbers led by Yukio Mita via the Northeast face. K. Kato, J. Yamada and S Ishizaka made a summit push reaching 7750m before turning back. Yakushi 525. A very scarce title indeed. View more info

Manaslu 1952-3

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £350.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers: 1954

Edition: 1954 First Edition

Seller ID: 61042

Condition: 217pp, 126 photographs, maps, original blue cloth, VG+ in Poor dw with some loss to front. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official account of the Manaslu expeditions in 1952 and 1953. In 1952, a Japanese reconnaissance party reached 5275m on the east side of the mountain. In 1953 the first attempt to Summit Manaslu was made by a Japanese team of 15 climbers led by Yukio Mita via the Northeast face. K. Kato, J. Yamada and S Ishizaka made a summit push reaching 7750m before turning back. Yakushi 525. A very scarce title indeed. View more info

Manaslu 1952-3.

By: Japanese Alpine Club

Price: £460.00

Publisher: The Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo: 1954

Edition: 1954 First Edition

Seller ID: 66790

Condition: 217pp, 126 photographs, maps, original blue cloth, light foxing to endpapers, small stain to edge of front endpaper, VG+ in VG- dw. Text in Japanese, with a summary in English.


Official account of the Manaslu expeditions in 1952 and 1953. In 1952, a Japanese reconnaissance party reached 5275m on the east side of the mountain. In 1953 the first attempt to Summit Manaslu was made by a Japanese team of 15 climbers led by Yukio Mita via the Northeast face. K. Kato, J. Yamada and S Ishizaka made a summit push reaching 7750m before turning back. Yakushi 525. A very scarce title indeed. View more info