The penultimate typhoon sequence where Miyagi saves Sato isn’t the “Come to Jesus” moment for Sato. That moment came when Sato first saw Daniel in action at the shady bar.
She’s what Freddie Mercury would call a “Killer Queen.”
The experience I wanted was that of someone who wanted to see this episode without looking for the tropes of identity politics or bad storytelling.
I live in Tokyo (hence the name), and as a result, I work in the city where the salaries are the cheapest in the nation.
The true gender imbalance rests outside of the west.
Originally, Part 3 of my Life in Japan series was going to be about the real life zombie apocalypse, either talking about the penchant of people to walk with their […]
For men seeking a companion, Japan is a very rich and plentiful country.
Japanese society is, traditionally speaking, very uniform in terms of social roles. This could be seen in studying its history.