This book provides a unique look into Japanese culture and society through a collection of essays and short stories. Imbrie's writing is insightful and engaging, and he explores a variety of topics including the role of women in Japanese society, traditional music and dance, and the impact of westernization on Japanese culture. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in Japan and its people.
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