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Japan By Joel Gilgoff
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Wow - what a beautiful country! Japan is lush, green and friendly. If you enjoy the countryside with its beautiful vegetation, plus bustling cities with amazing people, then put Japan high on your... More > “must see list”. The Japanese people are funny, helpful, industrious and fashion conscious. Japan’s history dates back several thousand years, and the Japanese have gone though several devastating wars, yet they have restored their National Treasures. The country is dotted with castles, gardens, palaces, shrines and temples. My personal favorite area of Japan is the City of Koyoto. Koyoto was Japan’s ancient capitol and contains numerous gardens and temples, plus a great shopping district as well as lots of night spots. The traditions of the Geisha are kept alive in Koyoto’s Gion district’s private clubs and ceremonies. Over 250 color photos of Japan.< Less
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Trosor Tatoo By Miguel Lundin Peredo
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Bruce Tangoberg es un ladron de arte que recibi una noche la mision de robar las bragas de una princesa japonesa que esta en un museo de Tokyo,Bruce viaja a Japón y roba la prenda intima. Una... More > hechicera llamada Akane Korigami lo embruja y hace que Bruce se convierta en una mujer japonesa de cabellos verdes durante las noches, en su espalda aparece magicamente el tatuaje de una geisha de cabellos verdes que sotiene un abanico con la mano derecha. Ese tatuaje magico convierte a Bruce en mujer. Bruce esta comprometido con la hija de un ganster llamado Toreone y tiene que encontrar la cura a su maldicion en Bolivia< Less
MURDER IN MANZANAR By David Parrott
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It is April, 1943, and Kenzo Takei, a five-year-old Japanese-American boy witnesses the violent death of a white camp employee in the apple orchard at the Manzanar Concentration Camp in California. ... More > He's too young to fully understand what he has seen, but years pass and he's an ex-cop living in San Clemente when the killer enters his life again. This time the victim is a ravishing young Japanese geisha that Kenzo has just met. And now he finds himself not only implicated in the murder, but entangled in a web of deceit that leads him back to the notorious camps of Manzanar and Tule Lake, and into conflict with a cast of criminals form Little Tokyo in downtown L.A. and from Japan.< Less
Dying for Balance By Cheryl Strauss
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Fresh out of college and dissatisfied with her options, Diane Blake hopes to escape the fate prescribed for her by running away to teach English in Japan. Immersed in an unfamiliar culture, she soon... More > must face harsh truths about the nature of sex and power, and the first demons she encounters are her own desires, prejudices, and fears. Yet when one of her middle-aged English students, a “harmless” grand master of karate with a high-level government job and several grandchildren, decides that Diane would make an ideal geisha for his personal enjoyment, the naïve young American is ultimately forced to separate hard facts from her cherished ideals. In the end, she emerges a wiser albeit wounded woman — one whose self-assurance runs deep.< Less
Dying for Balance By Cheryl Strauss
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Fresh out of college and dissatisfied with her options, Diane Blake hopes to escape the fate prescribed for her by running away to teach English in Japan. Immersed in an unfamiliar culture, she soon... More > must face harsh truths about the nature of sex and power, and the first demons she encounters are her own desires, prejudices, and fears. Yet when one of her middle-aged English students, a “harmless” grand master of karate with a high-level government job and several grandchildren, decides that Diane would make an ideal geisha for his personal enjoyment, the naïve young American is ultimately forced to separate hard facts from her cherished ideals. In the end, she emerges a wiser albeit wounded woman — one whose self-assurance runs deep.< Less
MURDER IN MANZANAR By David Parrott
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It is April, 1943, and Kenzo Takei, a five-year-old Japanese-American boy witnesses the violent death of a white camp employee in the apple orchard at the Manzanar Concentration Camp in California. ... More > He's too young to fully understand what he has seen, but years pass and he's an ex-cop living in San Clemente when the killer enters his life again. This time the victim is a ravishing young Japanese geisha that Kenzo has just met. And now he finds himself not only implicated in the murder, but entangled in a web of deceit that leads him back to the notorious camps of Manzanar and Tule Lake, and into conflict with a cast of criminals form Little Tokyo in downtown L.A. and from Japan.< Less
Single Frames: A Japanese Short Story Collection By Mark Wollacott
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Follow a man who comes to loath the sound of drums, follow two old friends with different regrets as they hike into the mountains, follow the tragic tale of a Tokyo mom, follow two lovers as they... More > meet under the cherry blossoms, and a geisha who helps her patron into the mountains as his death nears. Tradition mingles with the modern day like in no other country. Wander through Japan’s seasons, from a deadly mountain tradition to the modernisation of a Kyoto garden. These are simple tales, often tragic ones, little slices of life, and echoes of the imagined past.. Single Frames covers the gamut of Japan’s past, present, and a little of its future. Inspired by titles from Japanese movies, this short story collection draws heavily on not just Japan’s rich cinematic history, but also from literary stars like Kawabata Yasunari and Murakami Haruki. This is for fans of both Japan and its culture.< Less
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