BGJ 173 Autumn 2015, Reviewer: Roger Huyshe
by James Davies
This book is an old favourite, first published in 1975 but showing its age with the omission of modern variations. That said, it is a useful introduction for kyu players, and short enough that one can attempt to treat this as a study book as well as a reference book. The main variations of each joseki are covered in a few pages and, importantly, the reasons for them.