Over the years, Edward Fowler, an American academic, became a
familiar presence in San'ya, a run-down neighborhood in
northeastern Tokyo. Working as a day laborer himself, Fowler kept a
diary of his experiences. The resulting oral histories, juxtaposed
with Fowler's narrative and diary entries, bring to life a
community on the margins of contemporary Japan.
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