Wishful Thinking

I wish I were Japanese. All my closest friends can attest to this statement. Sigh.

I'll never be Japanese. But good news, I work in the international district of Seattle. Even better news, I work a block away from Uwajimia, the Asian grocery and gift store. I LOVE IT SO MUCH.

I wandered over there after work today and here's what I walked away with:

A Year in Japan by Kate T. Williamson
I've been wanting this book for so long

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
I love his book 'The Wind Up Bird Chronicles'

Instant Immersion Japanese
We'll see if this works...

2 FRUiTS Magazines
I love this magazine. Japanese Street Style.


Anne Elysabethe Barkett said...

you would.

I_Might_Be_Wrong said...

beautiful taste
I love asian culture and history
and I am intrigued by that
'Kafka on the Shore' book
and I hope you're having a lovely weekend xoxo

Kyla Roma said...

Oh I love Murakami- good call!

I love Asian fashion too, I think we can be Asian at heart, can't we?

Anonymous said...

I love Murakami.. so very strange. I read too much at one point and started dreaming Murakami-esque dreams. Yeeps. xo

Inside the Cabinet of Wonder said...

those outfits are wonderful!
ps i love the post below about the letters! its amazing.

-Just- said...

oh man, i love japanesque things. and i loooove murakami. such an awesome writer. fun stuff ya found!