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Banana Recommends…

Banana Recommends…

Japanese literature has become more and more interesting in recent years. Each author has been writing in his/her area of expertise with confidence. Perhaps this can also be attributed to the influence of Haruki Murakami. Having said that, I have to add that my favorite Japanese authors are Hitomi Kanehara and Mariko Asabuki. Osamu Fujitani and Ryuji Morita also have great works. Its worth mentioning authors such as Omori Kyodai, Mitsuyo Kakuta and Risa Wataya, because their work is impressive and unpredictable.
—Banana Yoshimoto, The Instanbul Review

David Isaacson
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