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TOYKO ART BEAT
There is more to Urawaza, however, than these tricks exposed. The Tokyo-born and bred Katayama delves into the history of the craft and contributes anecdotes from her own experiences, meaning readers come out knowing that much more about life in the megalopolis. Her witty, down-to-earth style makes for a fun read while illustrator Joel Holland adds a comic book touch, and just a hint of irreverence.
"Armed with urawaza like these, you'll never need a store-bought fix again." ReadyMade magazine
An entertaining view of Japanese culture through their "Everyday Tips and Tricks."Published 3 days ago by Bill S.
Cool ideas for everyday use!! Very good info the graphics crack me up! I can't draw a hand either! Check it out! You'll learn something!Published 26 days ago by Anna
Lots of great information. Interesting tidbits I hadn't heard before.Published 1 month ago by mrss1951
Quick and easy read. Many good fixes for common problems. Reason these things work is explained so everyone can understand. Good book for everyone.Published 1 month ago by night player
Did you know that cleaning your toilet bowl every day is lucky and brings good fortune? Clean it by splashing a little mouthwash in the bowl and then using the toilet brush. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M.A. De Neve
There are some interesting tips and tricks. Philosophy of urawaza fun and interesting. Really enjoyed the science behind the why it worked.Published 1 month ago by eluthera