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- Playlist for Haruki Murakami's Kishidanchō goroshi (Killing Commendatore) 2 weeks ago I’m a little late to this game, but I’ve put together a playlist of all the music Haruki Murakami has had his characters listen to or refer to in his recent novel Kishidanchō goroshi (騎士団長殺し, Killing Commendatore). I’ll keep adding to … Continue reading →
- Kishidanchō-goroshi Release/Tease 3 weeks ago Kishidanchō-goroshi is out in Japan! A description of the book has appeared on the Amazon website. The description is the same for both volumes. I translated it on my Facebook page earlier today. Here it is again:...
- Cool App - 新和英大辞典 4 weeks ago I’m in the Japan Times this week: “Investing big but wisely in Japanese study aids can reap dividends.” The article was inspired by my recent purchase of the 新和英大辞典 (Shin Wa-Ei Daijiten, New Japanese-English Dictionary), which I can recommend highly. … Continue reading →
- Believe 1 month ago In Hard-boiled Wonderland the the End of the World Chapter 34 “Skulls,” Boku treks through the snow to the Library after speaking briefly with the Colonel. He has coffee with the Librarian and confesses that he’s decided to leave the … Continue reading →
- Natsume Sōseki's "Koeber-sensei's Farewell" 3 months ago Apropos of plugging my Japanese reading group, here is a translation of ケーベル先生の告別, which we read this month: Koeber-sensei’s Farewell Natsume Sōseki Koeber-sensei is supposed to be leaving Japan today (August 12). But he probably hasn’t been in Tokyo for … Continue reading...
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