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JAPANAGRAM ARCHIVE

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Here’s where you can browse all the published Japangrams. Each month’s features will appear in this archive at the beginning of the month, as soon as the next Japanagram is out.

Click on the monthly photo to browse the contents of that issue, or click on the links below to go straight to each feature

Beyond Tokyo: Kamakura Matsuri igloo festivalJapanese Home Cooking: Tasty Ginger PorkSeasonal Secret: Weird ChocolateWhy, Japan, Why?: Why the most interesting thing you eat in Japan might be spaghettiBook Review: Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

Beyond Tokyo: Firewalking at Mt. TakaoJapanese Home Cooking: Tender Japanese Beef & Vegetables + Curry RiceSeasonal Secret: Nine Great (Secret) Cherry Blossom Spots in TokyoWhy, Japan, Why?: Why Oreos are more Japanese than sumo wrestlers in JapanBook Review: Ghosts of the Tsunami by Richard Lloyd Parry

Beyond Tokyo: Koi Nobori at TatebayashiJapanese Home Cooking: Creamy Sesame NoodlesSeasonal Secret: The Other Season that Blooms in the SpringWhy, Japan, Why?: Why you should be careful what you wish forBook Review: Newcomer by Keigo Higashino

Beyond Tokyo: Koya-san Seasonal Secret: Six things you didn’t expect to discover on a pilgrimage Book Review: Where the Dead Pause and the Japanese Say Goodbye by Marie Mutsuki Mockett • Japanese Home Cooking: Yakitori Chicken Mini-Burgers

Beyond Tokyo: Bunny Island Seasonal Secret: Keep cool in the summer, the Japanese way Book Review: The Essential Haiku, edited by Robert Hass • Japanese Home Cooking: Japanese Chicken Salad with Tangy Soy-Lemon Dressing • Why, Japan, Why? How did Japan escape a severe COVID pandemic without lockdowns or mass testing?

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Jonelle Patrick writes mystery novels set in Tokyo, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had

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