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  1. Japanese writers are either writers of Japanese ethnicity, working primarily in Japan, or primarily in the Japanese language.


  1. JXL September 4, 2005, 3:30 am The female japanese writers too is necessary to me.
  2. Maxx July 22, 2005, 11:12 pm I know a web-site where there is a female japanese writers.

Japanese Writer

  1. This category is for stub articles relating to Japanese writers.
  2. In correspondence with Japanese writers in which I was soliciting information about onji, informants never mentioned their personal experience.
  3. The hiragana for Murasaki Shikibu, one of the greatest Japanese writers.
  4. A study of Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941) and his influence on Takahashi Shinkichi and two other 20th-century Japanese writers.
  5. Many Japanese writers, including Hino Ashihei, were impressed by the beauty of China's landscape, but Pen Corps writer Hayashi Fumiko (1903-1951) was not.


  1. Shiga, although he wrrote much less, belongs in the same group as Mishima, Kawabata, and Tanizaki as one of the great japanese writers of the modern era.
  2. This version is translated by Edward G. Seidensticker, who has translated a number of other great Japanese writers such as Mishima and Kawabata.
  3. Shiga, although considered one of the top modern japanese writers, is famous for the small amount of writting that he produced in his very long life.


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