Kyoto stories, books, poems, and more

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Book / Romance

May 01, 2016

Reads: 191

Shelves: 1

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They always tell you how time strengthens love and devotion. What they don't tell you is the many types of way where love transcends whatever logical explanation you have on how and why we are willing to do what we do. Stuck in the heart of Kyoto, fully equipped with… Read More
In late Edo period in Japan (about 140 years ago), there was a diligent farmer. One day, he found a black jar in the field... Read More

Book / Horror

April 16, 2015

Reads: 617

Comments: 13

Shelves: 1

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Miriko,Shinkumi, and Kushima are ready to surprise you with my first dark comedy novel. Shinkumi has the most funniest yet scariest dreams any human could possible. Get ready to find out my wacky imagenation! Read More

Reads: 1417

Comments: 26

Shelves: 1

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Young Yoshida Iwao had no idea what he was in for, but he found out quickly. This is his story. Read More
Thoughts on my retirement after 37 years of teaching English to female Japanese college students at a college in Kyoto, Japan. Read More
(This is the whole story, not a chapter) - While Taro was reading an old local story, he wondered what "dirt-spider" character means in the story. His father indicated that "dirt-spider" may be a metaphor of a certain group of people. Taro got interested in the story and those old… Read More
Once upon a time, there was a farmer. One day, he found a treasure from a field... -A short story, 369 words Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 03, 2013

Reads: 104

Shelves: 1

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Inspiration from the Lian Hearn books...japaneese title tells all! Read More
This is the author's first short story. It is the story of how the main character's parents met in Kiev, the Diamond of the Ukraine. Victor E. Caruso tells the story as it was told to him by his parents, Encino and Evie (Kasamovitz) Caruso, from his point of view,… Read More
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