Book review: 『D坂の殺人事件…』 by Edogawa Rampo

As a fan of classic detective stories, I loved this book! It is a collection of five short stories that introduce Kogoro Akechi, Japan’s first recurring fictional detective.

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Book review: 『泣くな研修医』 by Yujiro Nakayama

A short but engrossing novel that lets us share an intern’s daily life as he struggles to turn his years of medical study into practice.

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Book review: 『岩田さん』ed. by Hobo Nikkan Itoi Shinbun

This book is a collection of interviews between Satoru Iwata and Shigesato Itoi. Highly recommended if you want to know more about Satoru Iwata, if you are a Nintendo fan, if you are interested in the game industry, or simply if you want to hear inspiring anecdotes and episodes about leadership, teamwork, communication, and dreams for the future.

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Book review: 『あのころ』by Momoko Sakura

This is a collection of autobiographical episodes about the author’s childhood. Heart-warming, relatable and funny. Highly recommended!

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Book review: 『麒麟の翼』 by Keigo Higashino

9th book in the Kyoichiro Kaga series, this novel features Kaga’s cousin Matsumiya. Together, they work on a murder case that is far more complex than it seems…

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Book review: 『本を読む人だけが手にするもの』 by Kazuhiro Fujihara

Introduction Title: 『本を読む人だけが手にするもの』Author: Kazuhiro FUJIHARA (藤原和博)Published by ちくま文庫296 pages Review I will say it plainly: I didn’t like this book. Reading it was a waste of time, the author kept bragging about himself, I haven’t learned anything, and I felt insulted by the author. “I am such a great person” type of book The point…

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