Strange But True Stories from Japan This collection of bizarre and fascinating true tales from Japan includes the infamous story of the woman who strangled and emasculated her lover the basis for the classic film In the Realm of the Sen

  • Title: Strange But True Stories from Japan
  • Author: Jack Seward
  • ISBN: 9780804821308
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • This collection of bizarre and fascinating true tales from Japan includes the infamous story of the woman who strangled and emasculated her lover the basis for the classic film In the Realm of the Senses These and other amazing tales are sure to startle even the most jaded of readers.

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      Jack Seward

    About "Jack Seward"

    1. Jack Seward

      Since 1941 Jack Seward has been involved with the Japanese language as student, teacher, and author of than 30 books He has also been a lecturer on Japanese culture and communication as well as a professional interpreter and translator In 1986 the Emperor of Japan awarded Seward the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class, for his efforts Seward now lives in his native Texas with his Japanese wife.

    940 thoughts on “Strange But True Stories from Japan”

    1. Unimpressed really This book contained a few mildly interesting stories but majority of the content barely kept my interest Maybe I would have enjoyed it if I was reading it on my way to Japan for the first time As it is, I knew many of the so called strange stories before, and there weren t many truly strange stories contained in this account anyway.

    2. This is a rare example of a book I m unable to finish I ve rarely read anything less engagingly written, which should be literary crime enough But his ethnocentric sneering, and frequent misogynistic commentary is so off putting to me that I just can t persevere.

    3. This book only served to increase my fascination with Japanese culture I loved all of it and only wished there was to read I was very glad the author included references at the end of each chapter as I will be looking intently for quite a few of them.My favourite chapter was on the food, I love Japanese food, though I wouldnt go as far as putting myself in the getemono gui category I have always thought that it was best to not eat anything that I couldn t kill myself and it was with great pleas [...]

    4. An even accurate title for this book would be Strange but True and Mostly Uninteresting Stories from Japan Seward s writing is bone dry and utterly humorless, lacking even a hint of charm, wit, or warmth Much befitting a textbook author which he was than a historical or cultural interest writer As a pseudo educational reference though, I suppose it s not bad.

    5. Not quite what I expected but gave me an interesting perspective on Japan At some point I d love to go there, and this book has only re enforced that There were a nice variety of stories in here, I liked the fractured English and food chapters, but I must admit my favourite part was have come as a surprise to Lord Kenshin Uesugi.

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