Japanese Short Stories edited by Jay Rubin


This fantastically varied and exciting collection celebrates great Japanese short stories, from its origins in the nineteenth century to the remarkable practitioners writing today; all introduced by Haruki Murakami. Check out ‘The tale of the house of physics’ by Ogawa Yoko; ‘The story of Tomoda and Matsunaga’ by Tanizaki Jun’ichiro or ‘Patriotism’ by Yukio Mishima, these all get our definite stamp of approval.