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Your Summer Reading List
Recommendations from Tokyo's literary scene
Breasts, Eggs and Existential Feminism
Mieko Kawakami’s intimate portrait of womanhood in 'Breasts and Eggs'
Yoshitomo Nara: Beyond the Big-Headed Girls
Yeewan Koon's new book traces Yoshitomo Nara's diverse career
The American Who Brought Ghibli to the World
An interview with Steve Alpert, author of 'Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man'
Questioning Normalcy in the Age of the Pandemic
'Convenience Store Woman' author Sayaka Murata on breaking norms
Art/Cult and Commerce: Japanese Cinema Since 2000
A review of American film critic Mark Schilling's new book
The Titanic Literary Accomplishment of Yoko Ogawa
Power and metaphor in 'The Memory Police'
Five (Translated) Japanese Novels to Read in 2020
And almost all of them are written by women
Mind the Gap
The ongoing battle to translate Japan's leading literary women
‘The Wilds of Shikoku’ by Peter Orosz
A psychogeographical masterpiece on Japan's wilderness
What’s Up With Bad Sex in Murakami?
Pleasure and prose in 'Killing Commendatore' and other novels
After a Forty Year Career, the Architect Becomes a Philosopher
A review of Edward Suzuki's memoir: GOoD Design Philosophy