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Sanya Blues Over The Years, Edward Fowler, An American Academic, Became A Familiar Presence In San Ya, A Run Down Neighborhood In Northeastern Tokyo Working As A Day Laborer Himself, Fowler Kept A Diary Of His Experiences The Resulting Oral Histories, Juxtaposed With Fowler S Narrative And Diary Entries, Bring To Life A Community On The Margins Of Contemporary Japan.

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  • Paperback
  • 229 pages
  • Sanya Blues
  • Edward Fowler
  • English
  • 07 August 2017
  • 0801485703

10 thoughts on “Sanya Blues

  1. says:

    nobody wants to know ya when you re down and out Japan is often presented as perhaps the most monolithic society in the world and perhaps Japan presents itself that way too But it really isn t Various journalists, historians and anthropologists have pointed that out over the years, so I m hardly the first to say so There are various ethnic minorities, there are the famed burakumin something akin to India s Untouchables and there are other social and economic groups that don t fit the sa nobody wants to know ya when you re down and out Japan is often presented as perhaps the most monolithic society in the world and perhaps Japan presents itself that way too But it really isn t Various journalists, historians and anthropologists have pointed that out over the years, so I m hardly the first to say so There are various ethnic minorities, the...

  2. says:

    A look at day laborers in Tokyo during the height of Japan s economic boom from 1989 to 1991 The best part is the Day Laborers section of the Lives chapter, in which the author presents short monologues of what life is like for many of the men in San ya The pieces on labor union activities are dull and the second half of the author s account of working as a day laborer is strange, but overall this is a worthwhile, if slow, read It is depressing to see that there were so many downtrodden p A look at day laborers in Tokyo during the height of Japan s economic boom from 1989 to 1991 The best part is the Day Laborers section of the Lives chapter, in which the author presents short monologues of what life is like for many of the men in San ya The pieces on labor union activities are dull and the second half of the author s account of working as a day laborer is strange, but overall this is a worthwhile, if slow, read It is depressing to see that there...

  3. says:

    This book is an ethnographic study of a particular region of Tokyo where day laborers live and search for work, usually living hand to mouth While this book doesn t have a narrative flow, it captures the characters and day to day life of those living in this region Fowler, who stumbles upon this part of Tokyo by accident, become interested in the life of people there after an incident where he gets punched in the face After that, he spends time learning about the trials and tribulations of th This book is an ethnographic study of a particular region of Tokyo where day laborers live and search for work, usually living hand to mouth While this book doesn t have a narrative flow, it captures the characters and day to day life of those living in this region Fowler, who stumbles upon this part of Tokyo by accident, become interested in the life of people there after an incident wher...

  4. says:

    Fowler writes about his entry into San ya, a ghetto area of Tokyo, largely unknown to Japanese society, much less the rest of the world One of several areas that are built around day laborers, the men who actually constructed much of modern Japan, while being exploited and then abandoned when they are too broken down to use any Fowler not only observed, but also worked as a day laborer for six months Written about the late 1980 s...

  5. says:

    A well researched, yet very personal insight into the world of the people behind Japan s economic growth, the day labourers in the quarter of Sanya This book seems to have been out for some years, but with the...

  6. says:

    Newly moved to this part of Tokyo..couldn t put it down Can really appreciate the streets I ride around now.

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