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Enjoyed this book. Just a tale of his time teaching in Japan. Fun and light.Published 14 days ago by Marina
I am going to Japan for the first time this year. I started a search for books about Japan to help get me prepared. This was such a funny read! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Lind
I loved reading the author's comparisons as well as his struggles to understand his new world. This book was as entertaining as it was enlightening. I hope to visit Japan someday!Published 20 days ago by Margarita
A hilarious read that makes it hard to put down. Thanks to the author for a glimpse into his experience and adventure through the Japanese culture.Published 28 days ago by Judy Ferris
If your tastes run to sophomoric, disjointed romps through Japan, this is your book and it's five stars. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Steven T. Smith
A very funny book, it took me through 5 months of flying up and down the West Coast, on short flights, sometimes in very interesting weather. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Betty Levitin
A very enjoyable and humorous look at life in Tokyo.
It was generally an easy read. My only criticism is that occasionally the author rambles, paragraphs full of synonyms are... Read more
this is a funny,self-deprecating tale of a gay, diabetic Southern man trying to find himself in Japan while overcoming his shyness.Published 3 months ago by J.C.D.
Lots of fun for those of us who have taught English as a Second Language in Japan and grappled with the challenges of living there as a Gaijin.Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer