The author travelled the length of Japan to record the colourful scenes and characters along the route to Sata. He describes the diverse, elusive culture of the people he met and attempts to uncover the true nature of modern Japan.
Outposts; the savage island; death in the north; summer lights, summer shadows; the back of Japan; Buddha and the floating bridge of heaven; the thunder god's eye; a thousand cranes, a thousand suns; landscapes of the moon.
The Roads to Sata: A 2000-Mile Walk through Japan by Alan Booth
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