Tsui no sumika

Sergeant TANUKI
March 1, 2010

Sergeant Tanuki — a nom de plume — first arrived in Japan during the Uno administration and has been going back and forth between the U.S. and Japan ever since. Currently he's a graduate student studying Japanese literature at an American university. He has translated five books of Japanese popular fiction into English. He maintains a blog on art/popular culture, both Japanese and non-Japanese, at http://sgttanuki.blogspot.com/.

Confessions of a pseudo-pseudo-psychic

Matt TREYVAUD
September 1, 2009

Matt Treyvaud is a writer and translator living near Kamakura. He is Néojaponisme's Literature/Language editor and the proprietor of No-sword.

Kyabajo Japan

W. David MARX
August 11, 2009

W. David Marx (Marxy) — Tokyo-based writer and musician — is the founder and chief editor of Néojaponisme.

A bout d'okonomiyaki

Matt TREYVAUD
August 7, 2009

Matt Treyvaud is a writer and translator living near Kamakura. He is Néojaponisme's Literature/Language editor and the proprietor of No-sword.

Loss and Recovery: 1Q84 and Murakami's Sunken Continent

Daniel MORALES
July 28, 2009

Daniel MORALES lives in Chicago and blogs at howtojaponese.com.