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This page contains the archive for the The Reluctant Gaijin in Japan articles

written by The Reluctant Gaijin which have appeared in The Post.

Kanroku-en (Six Attributes Garden) in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan.

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11.01.10 Letters and Drinking
18.01.10 Stereotypes and Toilets
25.01.10 Eating Out and In
01.02.10 Housing and Renting
08.02.10 Recruitment and Working
15.02.10 Hay Fever and Stomach Ache
01.03.10 Bullets and Bicycles
15.03.10 TV and Sport
18.10.10 Bureaucracy (Excess of) and Thought (Lack of)
01.11.10 I Fought The Law... It Was A Score Draw

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