Yukio Mishima was an elusive man. He was a Nobel Prize nominated writer, an actor, director and socialite. But, he also staged a failed military coup in the name of Japanese nationalism. George Mullins outlines the peculiar life of Yukio Mishima.
Easter is around the corner. I’m sure that you see many rabbits and eggs in stores. In Durham, some rabbits are hopping around the hill college. Even in ancient Japan, rabbits could be seen in many place and there was a comic about rabbits and other animals. Choju jinbutsu giga Choju jinbutsu giga which means […]