Miller writes to his Japanese translator, Michiyo Watanabe. "I am returning your paper herewith [not included] with some added correction of my own, in red pencil. Also a clipping from Japan some one [sic] sent me. If you can bring this clipping along wiht you Saturday evening and give me a rough idea of what it's about I would appreciate it...." He signs, "Henry Miller." Miller began his study with Wantanabe in 1967.