Tag Archives: Japan

Shuichi Yoshida’s Villain: #CrimeFiction at Its Best and a Kaleidoscope of Modern #Japanese Society

“Crimes as serious as murder should have strong emotions behind them.”  – George Orwell Crime fiction, especially the Nordic Noir type, has been my favourite genre of reading for a number of years. Every time I go to a book … Continue reading

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An American Branch: a Wonderful Story Set in Japan

My Rating:  Author Kenneth Wayne has created fabulous characters in this wonderfully written book, about a love and sex triangle between Charles Journeyman, an American instructor in an American Branch of an University in Japan, and Reiko, his beautiful wife, … Continue reading

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‘Boys’ Festival Brightens Up Our ‘Golden Week’ Holidays

By Chiaki Fujita I was so lucky to enjoy beautiful cherry blossoms a couple of weeks ago in my hometown, Kanazawa city where the spring arrived a little late this year. I was in the car that my father drove to … Continue reading

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My ‘Dolls Festival’ with No Dolls

By Guest Blogger Chiaki Fujita We had some amount of snow here in Yokohama on the extra day of February. Snow melted away soon and now we welcome March, the month that tells us the arrival of Spring in Japan. … Continue reading

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