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Japan Diaries: A Travel Memoir
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Geraldine Sherman (au). Sherman was 14 when she first dreamed of visiting Japan. More than 30 years later, in 1987, her dream came true. She & her husband won fellowships to spend 6 weeks in this modern nation that looks familiar -- but remains intriguingly different. A decade later, after Japanís economic bubble burst, she returned for two months to live in a Tokyo apartment & explore the country. During both trips she kept candid & amusing diaries. She visited Bunraku puppeteers & Kabuki actors backstage, & the highest-ranking foreign tea master, John McGee in his Kyoto home. She toured some of Japanís most exquisite gardens & took a brief course in Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging.
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