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Tokyo Suckerpunch by Isaac Adamson
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Jan 28, 2008

really liked it
Recommended for: gaijin like me.

a pretty exotic view of contemporary japanese culture, through wide western eyes. all of isaac adamson's billy chaka books are great, but start here. the narration is kinetic and pulpy and more than a little noir. he colors japan with hyperstylized allure and mystique, and billy chaka is funky cool. empty calories to be sure, but totally worth it.

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