Review & Giveaway 13: A Geek In Japan

22 Mar

I have another book to review from Tuttle Books and, once again, they have kindly agreed to give (given) one free copy of this book to a random visitor to my blog!

(Click here to read all of my reviews and giveaways.)

The book that I’m reviewing here is titled “A Geek in Japan: Discovering the Land of Manga, Anime, Zen, and the Tea Ceremony” by Hector Garcia.

“A Geek In Japan”

I will put the details of the free drawing for this book at the end of this post.

Mr. Garcia is a Spanish software engineer and self-proclaimed “geek” who’s been living in Tokyo since 2004.

He is very interested in Japanese culture, especially it’s pop culture and has written this book explaining all aspects of life in modern Japan, especially Tokyo.

Anyone who is interested in Japanese culture, both modern and traditional, will be interested in this book.
Mr. Garcia was very thorough in his explanations about things that have are an everyday part of life to me in Japan. His writing style is enjoyable to read and the numerous photos on every page are really nice.

A Geek in Japan: Discovering the Land of Manga, Anime, Zen, and the Tea Ceremony” can be purchased through Amazon here.

But, as I said above, Tuttle Books has  agreed to give (given) one random visitor to my blog a free copy of this book.

To enter the drawing for the free book, submit this form by 2015 April 5th:

***** Updated April 5th, 2015 *****

This special promo ended on 2015 April 5th. One random winner was selected and contacted directly by Tuttle Publishers (via email) with the details about the free book.

Thank you to all who entered, but only the winner was contacted.

3 Responses to “Review & Giveaway 13: A Geek In Japan”

  1. Fabio April 17, 2015 at 4:42 am #

    I have finally won something. Thank you very much!



    • tokyo5 April 17, 2015 at 7:20 am #

      Have you received the book? It’s a nice one, isn’t it?


  2. tokyo5 March 25, 2015 at 4:01 pm #

    There are twelve days left to enter this drawing. By all means, please fill in the form above and enter (by 2015 April 5th).


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