Mas Nakajima Suiseki Book Sale

Sam Edge and Janet Roth have published The Suiseki Art of Mas Nakajima. This book is dedicated to Mas’ memory and includes photographs of 63 of his most evocative suiseki, along with remembrances from friends, family, and students. This has been a labor of love for us, with help from so many of our dear friends. It is currently available as a large-format hardcover book, and in a PDF format suitable for viewing on a computer or tablet.

Sam and I hope this book brings pleasure to our fellow suiseki enthusiasts and all those who loved Mas. All my very best.

Hardcover Book

The hardcover book is available for purchase directly from

  • This is a large hardbound book (102 pages at 11″ x 13″ or 33 x 28 cm).
  • It has an ImageWrap Matte casewrap with the cover design printed directly on the cover and
  • It is printed on Mohawk proPhotoPearl paper (an archival paper that will hold true color for more than 80 years).
  • Blurb offers volume discounts for orders of 10 or more books and occasional general discount promotions for smaller purchases. They will ship to many different countries

PDF format E-book

The e-book is available for purchase directly from Sam Edge as noted below.

  • This is an electronic copy of the entire book
  • It is a 40 MB PDF with page size of 12.5 x 10.62 inches
  • The PDF is view only – no printing is allowed.
  • You may view the book in 1-page or 2-page mode as desired.

E-book purchase information

To purchase the E-book, please send US $15 via PayPal Friends and Family to . Please add a note indicating that this is for the e-book.

Upon receipt of the payment you will be sent a link that will allow you to download the book.  This link will be active for a period of one week.  We request that you not share this link or PDF with other third parties.

We think you will enjoy this digital version of Mas’ incredible collection of suiseki.

4 Responses to Mas Nakajima Suiseki Book Sale

  1. […] introduce you to Mas and his work it is simply better to use his own words which are located on his blog and that of his wife Janet. “My sculpture combines natural stone and wood to create harmony […]


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  3. […] The GSBF XXXIII Convention Exhibit included more stones than bonsai. The two ends of the exhibit hall were devoted to suiseki, and some of the stones were displayed in more formal arrangements. The composition below was created by Mas Nakajima. […]


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