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Link in bio❣️ニューヨーク、メトロポリタン美術館(MET)で開催中の展示「Rei Kawakubo / Comme Des Garcons : Art of the In-Between」。
これを祝して、ポップアップショップ「The Met x CDG POCKET」がオープン。エクスクルーシヴなアイテムを求める人々でにぎわっています。
- See more at🌟: https://www.glitty.jp/sp/2017/06/062773kawakuborei.html#metkawakubo #川久保玲 #コムデギャルソン #japanesewriter #ライター

I love my favorite writer HM selalu coba untuk baca paling tidak 4 sampai 6 halaman sebelum pergi kerja tapi kok tetep mau selfie ya 😂. #wind #japanesewriter #novel #morningroutine

▪️🔻Я не люблю одиночество. Просто не завожу лишних знакомств. Чтобы в людях лишний раз не разочаровываться▪️🔺#quot#harukimurakami#japanesewriter#村上春樹



Japanese writer and his cat, Ziino.


猫好きの詩人作家とその猫ちゃん、ジイノちゃん。
猫も寒がりなのね。


#室生犀星 #cat #japanesewriter #猫 #catgram

Reading "Strange Weather in Tokyo" by Hiromi Kawakami, Winner of Tanaizaki prize in 2001,shortlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize in 2013 #japanesewriter#novel#literature#lovestory#creativewriting

My new pocket agenda and my latest reading 📖 It's my first time reading Murakami 📑🇯🇵
#book #reading #murakami #murakamiharuki #japanesewriter

"Uno de los relatos más perdurables y seductores de la literatura japonesa ".¡Nadie como tú #kawabatayasunari! #shortstories #japanesewriter #theizudancer

MOST RECENT

I am this author. It is so expensive for me. Don't buy it. Sorry for costmers. I'd like to give it to you if you need it…ah😥
私の本がアメリカAmazonにも売られているのを発見したわ。あぇぇ、なんでこの値段なのかしら。
欲しい方が欲しい方は(そんな奇特な方いるのか?)私に言ってくれたら、サイン入りで着払いで送りますぞ。それか、図書館でただ読みしてくだされ😅
でも着払いでは、住所が出るからムリか。ああ、悔しいなあ…何年も前の本であれば、契約上、私に利益が一切ないのです。
だから欲しい方には無料で配れないのかなあ~といつも思います😂😂😂😂😂😊
#本#book #amazoncom #アメリカかい#出品者は日本かい#used #どうせならすべての私の本を出品してくれると嬉しいですわはは#無料配布できたらいいのにな#writer #author #ああ#rg#rhythmicgymnastics #gymnastics #ballet#us #japanesewriter #takefree

오랜만에 #과제#책 에서 벗어나서 읽고싶은..? 읽어야 할 부류의 책을 찾아서 읽는다.. 얼마만의 #휴식 인지 모르겠네..
계속 뭔가에 치여살았다.. 내일이 되면 또 그렇겠지만 #슬퍼하지말자 !!!
역시 난 #일본소설 에서 벗어날 수 없어!!
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#가면의고백 #미시마유키오 #일본작가 #작가 #작가지망생 #양윤옥 #세계문학전집 #문학 #소설 #bookstagram #book #daily #일상 #rest #reading #독서스타그램 #독서 #스물 #맞팔 #japanesewriter #writer #japan #japanese

O Philip Glass conseguiu gerar uma composição tensa e dramática que se aglutinou perfeitamente ao filme Mishima, uma grande maravilha do cinema mundial.
#cinema #mishima #mishimasoundtrack #japanesewriter #philipglass #philipglassmusic

My obsession with Asian fiction is not limited to dramas 📺📺 but extends even to Asian literature.📖📖 Japanese writer, Haruki Murakami is one of my favourite Asian writers. 😘😘 The Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage is not my favorite Murakami book but certainly a very thought provoking story. Also, this picture is one of my most favorite clicks. 😁📸📸😁 #harukimurakami #asianliterature #japanesewriter #colorlesslifeofstukurutazaki #asianfiction #bookstagram #bookaddict #bibliophile #bookstagramfeatures #bookstagramfeaturesindia #booklover #booknerd #booknerdigans #colorlesslifeoftsukurutazakiandhisyearsof pilgrimage #bookcrazy

I have three writing projects now, one of them in Japanese. In either English or Japanese, I always write a first draft by hand and then type it up. A while ago, I tried to train myself writing a first draft by computer, hoping to expedite the entire process. But it turned out that hammering out a piece of writing became harder and slower. The computer felt as an unnecessary mediation of my thought and emotion, and this sense persistently lingered. The computer was a block. Writing by hand takes more time, but the slowness offered by handwriting makes me a better writer. (Besides, I write fairly fast by hand.) In Japan, this grid paper for drafting still exists and available everywhere. I also love using this thick blue pen.

#writing #drafting #process #mediation #Tokyo #Japan #japanesewriter #gaywriter #blue #blueink #handwriting #slowllife #slowness

South of the Border, West of the Sun
#Japonia #japanesewriter #japaneseculture

These past few weeks I've decided that I want to read more Japanese authors and this is one of the books that I bought: Life of an Amorous Woman by Ihara Saikaku. I leave you the plot in case you're interested 😊 "A man of the world who lives in the capital city Kyoto travels to Saga, a suburban area of Kyoto, with some friends. They meet an old woman who lives in a grass hut and listen to the story of her life experiences. She was born as the daughter of a family of court nobles, but lost her privileged status, tumbling ever downward through a life mixed with pleasure and trouble in which she went from being the mistress of a daimyō, to courtesan, and a streetwalker. At each stage, she has tried to crawl up from the situation in which she has found herself, but her own nature keeps causing her to fail."

My sense of direction is horrible. Meanwhile, my husband, a cultural anthropologist, always knows where he is. Even in an unfamiliar place, he can quickly find his way. When I drove (I no longer drive though), I often had to wake him up to figure out the route. • To get any destinations, I end up taking several detours. I used to say that all roads were connected but now I know that it is hardly true. Still, I think that detours are full of surprises, both good and bad, which can feed my thought. Despite my hopeless sense of direction, I love looking at maps, not digital maps on small screens, Atlas printed on large size paper. I am not an avid traveler. I rather want to stay home, but love maps. They remind me how different each region is. I sometimes forget that the way one thinks and feels is influenced by given geographical conditions. Maps also remind me how apart we actually are. This spatial sense, on the one hand, evokes romanticism, but on the other hand, makes me feel lost and disoriented. It's strange, isn't it, considering that the purpose of map is orientation?

#maps #geography #atlas #direction #meditation #reflection #essay #japanesewriter #gaywriter #gaypoet #tokyo #california

"En el Tokio de los años sesenta cohabitan los nostálgicos del pasado con las costumbres de las clases acomodadas del nuevo Japón, la sociedad moderna con las viejas tradiciones. La mujer goza de más libertad, pero en el ambiente siguen flotando los prejuicios de antaño. ... La Escuela de la carne es una novela de pasiones, traiciones y búsqueda del reconocimiento social. Mishima enfrenta, a través de sus personajes, el mundo refinado de sutiles códigos sociales y palabras no pronunciadas, con el de la vida cotidiana, incluidos los bajos fondos, de un Japón que se alejaba a marchas forzadas de sus tradiciones. Un juego de espejos en el que se miran con cierto antagonismo los modos de vida occidental y oriental".
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#bookworm #bookoftheday #bookstagram #instabook #booklover #literature #bookholic #IloveBooks #PanameñosPorElMundo #EscritoresJaponeses #booksaroundtheworld #YukioMishima #Japanesewriter #LiteraturaJaponesa #bookish #bibliophile #Toledo #PanamáSíLee #LetrasDesordenadas

#ЮкиоМисима #ЖаждаЛюбви
«Юкио Мисима - самый знаменитый и читаемый в мире японский писатель», «Произведение "Жажда любви" было включено ЮНЕСКО в коллекцию шедевров японский литературы».
Я разочарована этой книгой. Ожидала большего. Особенно с такими-то комментариями к книге)) Мураками по-прежнему остаётся любимым автором 👌🏼
Главная героиня, Эцуко, овдовела, переехала жить к отцу и влюбилась в садовника. В описании книги можно даже увидеть упоминание страсти, но...
Все герои плоские, их переживания выглядят неестественно... А конец так вообще неожиданно нелогичен!
В общем, #КнигаНаЗавтрак :)
Кто-нибудь читал эту книгу? Какие впечатления?
#книги #ЧтоПочитать #ФоксиЧитает #FoxyIsReading #чтение #recommended #book #read #роман #рецензия #АзбукаКлассика #YukioMishima #AiNoKawaki #あいのかわき #三島由紀夫 #ゆきおみしま #愛の渇き #ЯпонскийПисатель #япония #japan #JapaneseWriter

this characters meen✨NEW✨

ココロ新たにスタートな気分✨
日々生まれ変わってます✨✨ #beautiful#life#japan#kumamoto#st.musashikoji#bar#barremember#flowerlove#japanesewriter#chaneling#chaneler#pleiades

The sunlight in California is piercing. Am I just imagining that it is getting stronger every year? Or am I just getting old? I forgot my sunglasses again; my eyes become extremely teary in the sunshine, rather painful. At first, I thought I was allergic to something in the air. I now understand why Edward Hopper and Richard Diebenkorn could create their masterpieces. The same thing can look different in a different climate and location. This may sound quite self-evident, but if that affects our aesthetics and sense of "reality," it seems to be an important fact to remember. There are always multiple realities.

#california #light #sanfrancisco #reality #climates #eye #gaypoet #observations #meditation #writing #journal #japanesepoet #japanesewriter

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