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Sex and the Japanese: The Sensual Side of Japan Paperback – November 15, 2006
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The author then goes on to provide the historical and religious reasons why Japan missed out on the guilt trip associated with any kind of sexual pleasure. He gives a brief account of Japanese history and relates it to present day Japan. He believes that some knowledge of Japanese is necessary for westerners to properly seduce, or be seduced by, modern Japanese woman who have absolutely no guilt feelings about sexual experimentation. The book's introduction is a primer from pronouncing Japanese words, which are remarkably easy to pronounce. The language of love is a very important part of Japanese art and culture.
The last forty percent of the book is a dictionary of the Japanese Language of Love and sexual terms such as "Love Hotels" as well as how to pronounce the various terms. These words are as easy to pronounce as Spanish. Compared to the similar book "Making Out In Korean" by Peter Constantine and Gene Baik, it's easy to pick up the necessary language skills to converse in Japanese. While Korean is a very tough language to pick up, Japanese is easy.
"Sex and the Japanese" is a fun read.Read more ›