Discussions on Japan's history or Japanese books!
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On the other hand, Banana Yoshimoto is all about the ephemeral, non-existant world that exists within naive, adolescent high-school girls' minds.
I like that sentence
She's still a nice read, though.
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I have readen 3 books by Haruki Murakami and I feel so amazed. He's genius. I really like "Kafka on the shore" and "South of the Border, West of the Sun". 2 sweet stories.