I’m selling the following books on Amazon Japan. All profits go to charity. Click here to see all my book-sale posts (including books in Japanese), or copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://bit.ly/sheffners2ndhandbooks
- 「Schizophrenic in Japan: An American Ex-pat’s Guide to Japanese And American Society/poli..」 を 727 で@amazonから出品しました 日本より発送。丁寧に保管されたので、商品の劣化や変色、破れ、書き込み、剥がれなどがほとんどございません。使用感がない。 Hilarious. Mike is funny and knows how to write. This is in near mint condition. No markings, tears, discoloration or fading. No torn, missing or dog-eared pages. Paperback, 288 pages including index. Ships from Japan. Published in 2005.
- 「REIMAGINING JAPAN: The Quest for a Future That Works」 を ￥999 で@amazonから出品しました。 日本より発送。丁 寧に保管されたので、商品の劣化や変色、折り、破れ、書き込み、剥がれなどがございません。使用感がありません。 This is in pristine condition. No markings, creases, dog-eared pages, tears, discoloring or fading. Ships from Japan. Hardback, 452 pages. Published shortly after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, this is a glossy collection of essays by a variety of Japan experts such as Ezra Vogel (“Japan as Number One“), Masayoshi Son (Softbank founder), Robert Whiting (“You Gotta Have Wa“, “Tokyo Underworld“), Ian Buruma, Stephen Covey, Pico Ayer, Alex Kerr (“Dogs and Demons“), and many others. Many Japanese writers are included, such as Natsumi Iwasaki, author of a hugely popular manga simply titled “What if a Female Manager of a High School Baseball Team Read Drucker’s ‘Management’?” The quality of the writing varies. Robert Whiting’s one is excellent, focusing on the baseball player Nomo. Others are boring.
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