Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers has worked in mass media for nearly thirty years. He moved to Tokyo in 1984, and, since 200l, he has been a humorist and TV producer.
Takes me back to living in Japan and watching the things happen that made us shake our heads.Published 8 months ago by subwo
Although somewhat enlightening to read, it's definitely not as funny as one would hope. It also doesn't have much new in terms of cultural information beyond what you can learn in... Read morePublished 21 months ago by A. Wiesen
I thought the book was a big waste of time. I found it at a garage sale and spent a whole twenty five cents on it..... I wasted a quarter!!!
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This is not a guide to Japan or anything japanese related. It's an OK book, the author has a sometimes acid sense of humour but does a good job explaining his points of views. Read morePublished on February 8, 2010 by massalo
I found out about this book through [...] and purchased it to read while flying to China. Overall I found it to be a very entertaining, humorous and insightful. Read morePublished on December 3, 2009 by Amazon Customer
All I read was the foreward, but that was all I needed to read.
As one who's traved overseas over the last 25 years, and having lived in Europe, Asia, etc for months, or... Read more
A collection valuable, though somewhat rambling essays. They are fun to read, profound and insightful, a definite five-star!Published on November 26, 2006 by afonya
...then Mike Rogers will be part of what does it. Yes, yes, the book is somewhat haphazard and seems at time to be cobbled together [as it was somewhat] from a "blog" or "stream of... Read morePublished on June 2, 2006 by In Memory of W. G. Simms
Luce wrote: To the person who asked why so many reviews...is your point that the author wrote them himself? Read morePublished on February 6, 2006 by Karl Reiss