We Japanese Need Your Help!
Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Donation
Fukushima Nuclear Accident Donation
By buying my books, you can make a donation to help those victimized by the earthquake and pacific tsunami in Tohoku region, as well as by disastrous Fukushima Nuclear Accident, Japan.
Still, more than 100,000 victims are forced to have evacuated from the places where they had history of living, and there is still no hope that they can return home. They really need you help.
Please buy as many books as you can. I will commit part of the earnings I get to NPOs that have worked on Tohoku region relief projects together with volunteers, and other charities, including Japanese Red Cross.
I think the scope of the earthquake and tsunami is so great, that this charity that will become involved will play a vital role in the relief effort. There will be significant costs associated with those efforts.
Let's expand our circle of rehabilitation support. Please tell your friends, coworkers, colleagues, and other people you know to visit this publishing site and buy as many books as they can to make a donation to help those severely affected.
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I set up a project: “Come in contact with Japan!” I know many nonfictions and technical books on Japan, such as food culture, applied fine arts, Zen Buddhism, spirituality, etc., are available from publishing sites, and people enjoy them, but I thought a great number of people might be interested in knowing the culture of Japan through novels instead. I just published some few ebooks of fiction. If you are interested in coming in contact with the culture of Japan, you can now download a free copy in part. And 40% of the other books are available in various formats for immediate sampling so you can try before you buy. I hope you’ll like them.
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Masao of a wealthy family can’t get used to his family’s way of life at all and marries a beautiful woman who works in a nightclub, but who finds it difficult to keep marriage life because she can’t give up her childhood friend. He falls in love with his female boss, Kaida, who smells so sweet that it makes him feel quite happy, though she is quite ugly. He gets what really he needs, but…
You And None Other
Ayaka gets engaged to marry an elite businessman Torigoe, but who gets back with her ex-superior Misaki. She continues to have a secret meeting with Misaki in their condos, for she’s made to feel incomparably cozy and much better in love with him than with her fiancé. She can’t help heading for his condo even on the eve of the wedding ceremony.
Gautama Buddha after enlightenment carries out propagation of the Buddhist faith with his attendant all over the country. They keep on preaching sermons, especially to those women who have suffered with a lot of bad karmas, or anguishes, up until he dies.
The Cry Of Morning Glory
Aiko was raped by her classmates and delivered a fatherless baby, but who can’t, for the life of her, recall that her baby died before or after birth. She sows seeds of morning glory on behalf of her boyfriend. As morning glory grows larger, the memory of her dead baby grows worse and starts tormenting her all the more.
Naomi divorces her husband Kenya because she feels he doesn’t love her any more, but who ends up struggling desperately to support her children.
Kenya gets a girlfriend, but who happens to know that cancer is gnawing his liver.
They take a trip together to India and enjoy a significant time to learn the true love.
The Pleasure Of Rustics
Some earthenware and pottery of an antique collector have powers to not only transform into humans and animals but also to go underground as well as to fly in the air. They travel across China, India, Tibet, etc, where they have a wide variety of experiences, and finally come back to their master in Japan to have a good time.
The Blooms Between Death And Reincarnation
Seiko, the wife of a Zen priest Zendo, had an abortion and asks a medium to tell if she will be blessed with a child again. She feels pity for she still hasn’t held a memorial service for her aborted baby and makes paper strings in preparation for that service. They finally perform memorial services for their baby and other departed souls so all will sleep peacefully in their graves.
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