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Miss One Thousand Spring Blossoms Mass Market Paperback – January, 1980
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My experiences as a US Army family member in Japan were good and my memories are happy ones. This book reminds me of all the reasons I fell in love with the country and it's gentle people.
This is a wonderful love story.
It is simpler and sweeter and possibly much more memorable than Geisha, more haunting.
I wish it were more widely known so I could reminisce about it with friends. I'm happy it is not because it remains a delicate memory.
Also very good, by the same author, "the Winds of Mikamura"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story is perfect, told by a master. I have it in paperback. Unfortunately, I bought this right around the time my Kindle was upgraded and I have not been able to open it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bhaerklaus
Since I'm an electronics nerd, as is the main character as well as a bit of a romantic I really enjoyed the story. I'll probably keep it and reread.Published 8 months ago by Bill Hanchett
John Ball really knew Japanese culture. The storyline has many levels - love story, business, cultural differences, self esteem etc.Published 9 months ago by Iiro Hyrsky
I first read this story in a Reader's Digest condensed book more than 45 years ago. I've been fond of it ever since.Published 10 months ago by Paul Campbell
A very old book but just a great story, read this year's ago and just found it on Amazon to read over again.Published 13 months ago by Jade
A very informative book on Japanese culture. Teaches the outsider their traditions and a little peak into the inside of their minds. Fantastic. Realistic. Great!Published 13 months ago by Vanessa
A classic depiction of 70,s love with Japanese culture and the lure of the orientPublished 15 months ago by mike hartnell-beavis
I read the Reader's Digest years ago and loved it. This version was even better. Some books are worth reading more than once. This is one of them.Published 16 months ago by diane jones
I have loved this book ever since I first read it in the Reader's Digest Condensed Books version. A charming love story with an exotic setting, the book is a delightfully... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Laurie Pace