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Family Kamon of Hiroshi Hiraoka (1856-1934) ? / Inexpensive Japanese Biography Translation?; Hiraoka Family Tree, Kamon - Book Translation
Topic Started: Jun 19 2018, 03:58 PM (175 Views)
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(1) I am looking for the family kamon and tree for Hiroshi Hiraoka (1856-1934) as mentioned as the web site below.

https://www.lib.city.minato.tokyo.jp/yukari/e/man-detail.cgi?id=80

(2) I also purchased a small paperback biography of Hiroshi Hiraoka from Amazon Japan. Its in Japanese.

Any idea where I may find a inexpensive translation service for the book for my personal use only (i.e., images of the book I provide are not to be redistributed due to copyright laws)?
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