Sex and the Japanese: The Sensual Side of Japan

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Tuttle Publishing, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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Sex and the Japanese provides a broad look at the changing concepts of sexuality in Japanese culture. From the days of concubines and geishas to the present, sex and sexuality in Japan have been more openly discussed and available than in the West-due for the most part to Shinto, the native religion of Japan that recognizes, celebrates and respects the sensual side of life.

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i could have written this book. I could have written this book and added far more detail than the author managed to remember, considering most of the book is based off of how he and his GI friends ... Read full review


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\Boye Lafayette De Mente worked for several years as an editor of newspapers and magazines in Tokyo and has written many books on Japan's language and culture, including Japan's Cultural Code Words, Etiquette Guide to Japan, and The Japanese Samurai Code:Classic Strategies for Success.

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