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Item and OMG was it the most lorious sweet I have ever had I can t exactly say what it was but recall it had bean paste in the center I m a big foodie so many of my memories of places revolve around food I only wish I had Hello Bravo ! - Activity Book gone back for anotherThis book has been adapted into a movie and I plan to sit around the fire tomorrow and watch this movie and enjoy this wonderful story all over again A truly special book about friendship life and perhaps a look into why we are here in this worldUpdate The movie is just as wonderful as the book It s pretty close to the book but there are a few changes they made for the movie If you read the book you simply must watch the movie too 5 Reasons To Read This Book Full review found on my blogReason 1 It s So HeartwarmingThis is everything you might have wanted for an evening when you re feeling a little sad It s written in a really nice easy to read and cheerful tone Ultimately the main characters inspire you no matter who they are the old lady who had to deal with life long isolation or the deadbeat who starts making it back to life They are all relatable and you end up loving themReason 2 Important Topics One of the primary reasons this book was written was to shed some light on the situation of Hansen s disease patients in Japan formerly known as leprosy And it s a pretty sad situation to be honest I don t really know how this disease was handled in the rest of the world but this is the second book on Hansen s in Japan that I ve read and I m surprised that this even happened in the 20th century The patients were treated horribly separated from their whole families and not allowed any freedom even decades after they were completely cured The isolation law was only repealed in 1995 This is when most of you were already born People might have still been jailed over being ill while you were a child Can you imagine that There remains a certain stigma about this disease still and I believe this book helps shed some light on all of thisReason 3 So Much Love For Cake Gosh this book and cake It talks about all sorts of cake One of the main characters has been making confectionery for over 50 years so she has a lot of stuff to say about it Japanese French and other delicacies are always being mentioned Truly mouthwatering Reason 4 Character GrowthI loved Sentaro s characterrowth It s really inspiring to see a selfish prick turn into a person who actually cares what becomes of an abandoned elderly lady It s also a coming of age story for Sentaro and I believe many of us can relate to having a dead end job not knowing where to o or what to do with our lives a lot of us have been in those situationsReason 5 It s A uick Adorable ReadThis is not a literary monster That Will Weigh Your Shoulders Down I will weigh your shoulders down I it in an evening or two It s the perfect read to o with cocoa on a windy November night I thank the publisher for Still Side by Side giving me an early copy of the book in exchange to my honest reviewRead Post On My Blog My Bookstagram Bookish Twitter Sentaro is an ex con working off a debt in a dorayaki shop dorayaki is Japanese confectionery where two pancakes sandwich sweet Azuki red bean paste But business is slow One day a mysterious elderly woman called Tokue appears with her own recipe for dorayaki and suddenly business is booming But who is Tokue really and why are her hands sonarled Durian Sukegawa s novel Sweet Bean Paste wasn t bad The premise is kinda fluffy and the cover reinforces that impression so I was expecting a light hearted fun read where the old lady fixes the dude s messed up life Mary Poppins style He s this failed writer who wants to Oriori No Uta get out of making dorayaki and I thought that would be explored he d find success happiness and maybe even love too along the way or something None of that happens I mean it s fairly light up until the halfway point and then the storyoes in a radically darker direction exploring Japan s former treatment of people suffering from leprosy Uh ok I suppose it was noble of Sukegawa to highlight this hidden era of Japanese history not to mention informative I didn t love it though Not because it was unexpected but because that kind of serious subject matter can only be handled one way and so the story Four Word Film Reviews gets deeper and deeper into a maudlin tone almost to aratuitous degree and to the exclusion of everything else It was like wallowing in sadness by the end Half my family are Japanese I ve been to the country many times and I swear I

STRONGLY THINK THAT WEEPY SENTIMENTALITYSELF PITYMARTYRDOM 
think that weepy sentimentalityself pitymartyrdom almost part of the national character The number of Keep Calm, Alice Is Here Affirmations Workbook Positive Affirmations Workbook Includes guilt trips I ve had from my mother alone at this point isn t even funny heheThe book doesn t have the most driving story or much of one at all really the ending was unsatisfactory as were parts of the story left unexplored why mention Sentaro was a failed writer if you do nothing about that Still it s well written easy to read mildly enjoyable in itsentle pleasantness I did find myself rooting for the dorayaki shop to succeed in spite of that being pointless in the end and the characters were likeable enough Overall a birruva mixed bag for me I didn t dislike it but I m not recommending it very strongly or oing to be looking for books by this author And I think for anyone interested in picking this up it s worth keeping in mind that it s a much heavier emotional read than it might seem at first. Paraît comme elle était apparue laissant Sentarô interpréter à sa façon la leçon u'elle lui a fait partagerLe roman de Durian Sukegawa est une ode à la cuisine et à la vie Poignant poétiue sensuel un régal. あん by Durian SukegawaWhat follows is an exploration into the prejudices of society and a blossoming entle friendship between Sentaro and TokueSentaro is not a relatively likeable character at the start of this so I find it all the remarkable that a story that is a little over 160 pages could develop and execute a character arc that feels very You Owe Me One genuine and realistic Through his friendship with Tokue we witness Sentaro learn that he does have a place in the world and can contribute to society Tokue in her forced exile demonstrates that even through forced adversity you can still be productive and a positive representation to society She s a very well fleshed out character and the fact that her story isrounded in reality Japanese leporasy sufferers were put into forced isolation in sanatoriums until 1996 made this all the awful to read aboutFantastic read that shines a light on societal prejudice that still occurs today with characters that are easy to fall in love with This is as sweet as the Anko Tokue makes See the full review and how I made dorayaki story begins with Sentaro a man who was previously in jail and is now working in a little confectionary shop to pay off some debt He makes a Japanese sweet called dorayaki every day but puts no heart into it at all He works in a depressed part of town and feels uite depressed himself He doesn t have much appreciation for life while spending most evenings drowning his sorrows with alcohol He s always wanted to be a writer but just doesn t know what his purpose in life is at this pointOne day he puts an ad out for a helper A little old lady named Tokue comes to visit Sentaro and begins to chat about his red bean paste She wants the job but Sentaro is hesitant to hire her because there are differences in Tokue s appearance which make her different than other people Her fingers are disfigured but after Sentaro tastes some of her sweet bean paste he begins to uestion in his mind how he can hire her without offending customers because her sweet rich bean paste is like nothing he s ever tasted and he has to learn how to make it As time moves on Tokue becomes part of the shop and enjoys meeting with some of the customers until a rumor starts and people become afraid of something they don t truly understandI loved the characters and cherished Tokue s wisdom Besides teaching Sentaro how to make the best bean paste she helps him on his journey of self discovery and teaches him how to truly listen and to be patient We were born in order to see and listen to the world Reading about Tokue s harrowing past was difficult yet the unlikely friendships formed between this small Debbie Browns Dream Wedding Cakes group of people is heartwarming Each of them has something toive one another and as they connect Sentaro finally begins to see the light from Tokue s teachingsAfter reading the book I sat for awhile and reflected on Tokue s suggestions to Sentaro and found the book very educational because of it from her messages about Listening And Seeing To Also and seeing to also about Hansen s disease in Japanese history I absolutely adored reading this wonderful book and appreciated the author s note at the end which explains the author s experience with Hansen s disease and the inspiration for this story This is a book anyone can enjoy and I highly recommend it My rating is 5I d like to thank Edelweiss the publisher and the author for sharing a copy of this book with me in exchange for an honest review Rating 45 but still thinking about itA wonderful heartwarming and heartbreaking story wrapped into the cutest little book A small book with baby blue and pink on the cover book A small book with baby blue and pink on the cover just charming And it has all that charm on the inside too I read this one slowly as I wanted to savor every minute of it Perhaps that s how people felt eating the dorayaki with sweet bean paste in this one it s a pancakeSuch a small story with such a big punch You learn of three people who come together in the most extraordinary ways and each helps the others Sentaro is man just Second Son (Jack Reacher, going through the motions of life He spent time in jail and a man helps him out on his release Sentarooes to work for this man to pay off his debt to him He works in his dorayaki shop But Sentaro puts no heart into anything he does One day he meets and eventually hires Tokue She is an elderly woman who has been affected by leprosy not known to him initially but makes the most sinfully tasting sweet bean paste The two form an unlikely friendship while Tokue teaches Sentaro how to make sweet bean paste and teaches him so much Wakana a young irl enters the story and their lives become entwined together Tokue s story is so heartbreaking and I came to tears a few times reading this one She teaches Sentaro that all life has meaning even if the thinks his does not The horror of her life is slowly revealed and it seems after so many years people still have much prejudice around those with leprosyOh this one made me happy made me sad and made me hungry There was talk of the beautiful cherry trees that blossom and are adored by those in Japan Reading this one made me think blossom and are adored by those in Japan Reading this one made me think to the times I went to Japan I loved walking around seeing all the beauty it had seeing the blossoms and one day while wondering I came upon a festival There were people mobbing a small stand and they looked so happy with their food item they purchased I figured it must be ood so I The Thermals of August got in line with the mobs of peopleot my. Japonaises Sentarô ui a accepté d'embaucher Tokue dans son échoppe voit sa clientèle doubler du jour au lendemain conuise par ses talents de pâtissière Mais la vieille dame cache un secret moins avouable et dis.

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Most of the books I have read by Japanese authors seem to contain little emotion in their writing It is the situations themselves that evoke feeling in the reader as the story is told in a very matter of fact fashion We are introduced to a young man named Sentaro he has spent time in prison feels like he is a failure in life He runs a Dorayaki shop selling these confections filled with sweet bean paste He Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire - The Sunday Times Bestseller goes from home to work and back again This is his life and he is lonely He advertises for a helper not that he needs one but because he wants someone with whom he can talk An old woman named Tokue in her seventies withnarled hands asks for the job After much persuading he agrees to try and this relationship will change his lifeA beautiful book that takes the reader from a shop selling confection to a sanitarium for lepers These two stories combine these two lonely people and a teenager named Wakena will take from each other but also ive much back The prejudice of the people toward lepers even though the disease had been cured for years The lives of back The prejudice of the people toward lepers even though the disease had been cured for years The lives of who lived in the sanitarium many since they were young taken from their families is ably describedThe true meaning of life much fulfilling than that of just being of service or the usual measures that we base a successful life on is wonderfully told In the end lessons will be taught and learned a friendship between two will show one a different way to live Three enerations will form a life affirming friendship for each A short book but one that illustrates an important point How do we live our lives Do we open our eyes to see hear what is Lost Horizon going on around us Do we fully experience and learn all we canARC from Edelweiss Short and sweet a uick read with the type of sentimentality calm and wholesomeness you d expect from a Japanese drama but it didn trab me the way the author intended I think it s interesting that the author wants to reject the notion that your value is measured by how useful you are to society and redefine your life s This is a lovely little story about what True Prosperity gives life meaning but it reads as heartfelt instead of didactic or cheesy It stems from the author s experience of the Japanese sensibility that meaning comes from contributing to society and wanting to explore other understandings of the meaning of life The narrative manages to start with a focus on dorayaki pancakes with sweet bean paste and shift to a focus on leprosy communes but it works Only a few characters with time to develop meaningful relationships to allow them to connect androw Definitely recommended for anyone who enjoys stories about small but meaningful lives well told I reuested this book in Edelweiss based on the title and description but now see there is a movie in the original language Priceless moving if i had the power i d If I had the power I d Sweet Bean Paste a classic Japanese novel The blurb says PLENTYin telling what this book is about for readers ITS THE EXPERIENCE THAT WILL STAY WITH YOUA MUST READ Too Thing He Loves good to skipSpecial friendshipssweet confections the best sweet bean paste is infused with loveAuthor Durian Sukegawa had a friend many years ago whose child died of Hansen s disease at age 2 He also learned about a former Hansen s patients who by law had been shut up in sanatoriums and isolated from society for decades long after being cured When that unjust legislation was repealed in 1996 their story became widely known to the public This creative touching Japanese story was inspired by the many people whose lives were too short and struggled for too long I ordered this small beauty of a paperbook online Pink Baby blue book coverwith lovely Japanese art This book for all ages would make a niceift It s a story that will never age Durian Sukegawa teaches us that no existence is devoid of meaning and that even the humblest of beings has a valuable contribution to make to the world in which we live Beautiful characters beautiful simple prose A beautiful warm heartfelt story of an unconventional friendship A book that teaches us the lessons in patience and listening really listening to people but also nature around us and the importance of not making assumptions from first impressions How the act of friendship can transform and change someone s viewpoint of life How food can be used as a balm to soothe our souls and bring people from opposite ends of life together How cooking can have healing ualities that can mend sorrow and help to reach out to othersI adored the simplicity of this story the writing had a mesmerising uality and I loved the Japanese setting which Dr. Witchs Animal Hospital gave this book a wondrous uality I found this book such a sweet treat and a surprising delight it reallyot my tastebuds tinglingThank you Netgalley and Oneworld Publications for my early review copy In case you haven t noticed I ve been reading only Japanese and Korean short literature all this weekend and so far this has by far been my favourite I went in not knowing anything about the story but came away uietly weeping It was beautifully touching and heart warmingSentaro spends his days making doriyaki as the only employee of a confectionery shop He dislikes sweet treats however and has no passion for the craft or in life in eneral As a former convict he feels trapped at the shop with no future and no prospects He feels useless Until one day an old woman called Tokue walks in asking for a job. « Écouter la voix des haricots » tel est le secret de Tokue une vieille dame aux doigts mystérieusement déformés pour réussir le an la pâte de haricots rouges dont sont fourrés les dorayaki des pâtisseries. ,


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    ( KINDLE あん Par Durian Sukegawa ) Auteur Durian Sukegawa – pink–promotions.co.uk A beautiful warm heartfelt story of an unconventional friendship A book that teaches us the lessons in patience and listening really listening to people but also nature around us and the importance of not making assumptions from first impressions How the act of friendship can transform and change someone's viewpoint of life How food can be used as a balm to soothe our souls and bring people from opposite ends

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