Studies in Japanese aircraft
In the 1970s, Osprey published the first English-language studies of Japanese warplanes of WWII. They were later published by Arco in the U.S. and more recently have been reprinted by Schiffer--alas, with no revisions to reflect new knowledge. The author is the late Richard Bueschel, the books are large-format paperbacks of 64 pages, lavishly illustrated with black-white photos, three-views, and a cover painting of the warplane in combat. The links are to Historic Aviation, which has them in stock at the retail price: $14.95 each.