Whether you're a devout Japanophile or contemplating your very first trip, there's no better armchair escape than diving into a book. After you've torn through the heavy-hitters (Soseki Natsume's satirical I Am a Cat, Mineko Iwasaki's eye-opening memoir Geisha, A Life, Haruki Murakami's Tokyo-electric tour de force After Dark, and Lafcadio Hearn's haunting Japanese Ghost Stories to name just a handful), turn your attention to our picks for the most engrossing Japanese books, each one about---or at least set in---the Land of the Rising Sun. Link in bio. 📷: @chrisroams
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