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It really felt like field-studies with a conclusion or whatever, and I didn't feel that was appropriate given the topic.

This was just a short read that I finished largely on train rides, and while it was not particularly earth-shattering - after all, there's only so much one can do with a collection of what basically amounts to interviews with various people - it did have the benefit of making me realize, more than ever, how lucky I am to be in the relationship I am.

Some of the people are likable; others really aren't. And as someone who lives in Japan (and is married to someone who is JThis book is a collection of interviews (with the author commentary at the end of each section).

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This book offers a peek into the private lives of people from all over the world who have found love in Japan.Their dating stories in Japan are crazy, beautiful, and heartbreaking.Welcome to the exciting world of mixed dating in Japan!This book is a collection of interviews (with the author commentary at the end of each section). Nadia met her Japanese fiancé on a dark street when he approached her in a car.

James met his girlfriend when he saved her from a robber.Some of the people encountered more stereotypical behavior in dating here, and others not so much, but that's really how it works, isn't it? This is just a collection of rambling anecdotal interviews on mixed-race dating involving Japanese people. Every s This was just a short read that I finished largely on train rides, and while it was not particularly earth-shattering - after all, there's only so much one can do with a collection of what basically amounts to interviews with various people - it did have the benefit of making me realize, more than ever, how lucky I am to be in the relationship I am. There is no narrative structure, no logical flow and no contextualisation. It's a pity because I think the material could have been formatted into an interesting contrast of dating opportunities, styles, experiences, etc.I have been married to a Japanese man for the last 4 years and wanted to read this book to kind of get a view on experiences that might be wildly different from my own. For vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten-free, Paleos or others with specific food lifestyles, the road to romance can be chock-full of challenges.