|Above, Amazon.jp is one source.|
During my travels to Japan, I've been to a number of bookstores looking for kaiju-related books. However, sometimes I've stumbled on some bargains on English-language books.
Tokyo Cheapo has an article on where to find English-language books "on the cheap". I have followed a couple of their recommendations.
They begin with:
Everyone knows that books can be expensive, especially if they are being imported from overseas. So if you’re like me and don’t care about hard-bound, paperback, limited edition, or whether the book is in mint condition or not, then obviously secondhand books are the way to go. The best Cheapos are, after all, never choosers, but always winners in my book*.
*Pun intended. You knew that was coming, didn’t you?
While everyone here is doing their best to learn Japanese and boast their skills at finishing the latest Murakami, let’s face it, we still can’t resist a good English read. So here we go with my top picks on where to buy cheap English books in Japan:To read more, go here.