Herr Nakano und die Frauen
Hiromi Kawakami Ursula Gräfe Kimiko Nakayama-Ziegler
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May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM By Hiromi Kawakami Ursula Gräfe Kimiko Nakayama-Ziegler

Wir handeln nicht mit Antiquit ten, wir handeln mit Tr del , sagt Herr Nakano zu Hitomi, die sich um eine Aushilfsstelle in seinem Laden bewirbt Der eigenwillige Nakano, ein Herr alter Schule, liebt neben sch nen alten Dingen auch sch ne junge Frauen Sein Gesch ft, eine Enklave in der hektischen Innenstadt Tokios, wird zum Treffpunkt liebenswert skurriler Zeitgenossen Wir handeln nicht mit Antiquit ten, wir handeln mit Tr del , sagt Herr Nakano zu Hitomi, die sich um eine Aushilfsstelle in seinem Laden bewirbt Der eigenwillige Nakano, ein Herr alter Schule, liebt neben sch nen alten Dingen auch sch ne junge Frauen Sein Gesch ft, eine Enklave in der hektischen Innenstadt Tokios, wird zum Treffpunkt liebenswert skurriler Zeitgenossen Hier kommen sich zwischen Nudelimbiss und Nacktfotos auch die junge Verk uferin Hitomi und der Laufbursche Takeo allm hlich n her Doch westliche Einfl sse und aggressive Gesch ftsmethoden machen vor Herrn Nakanos altmodischem Laden nicht halt.
  • Title: Herr Nakano und die Frauen
  • Author: Hiromi Kawakami Ursula Gräfe Kimiko Nakayama-Ziegler
  • ISBN: 9783446232747
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Hardcover

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Maxwell May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
I think I expected something more whimsical, maybe even a hint of magical realism in this, from the way it's described. But it's a pretty plain story told by a pretty plain narrator; in fact she has virtually no personality which is probably why I could never really get into it. It's a quiet story about a woman who works in a second-hand shop, under the employment of a sort of eccentric playboy, Mr. Nakano. She's in love with her co-worker, friends with her boss's sister, and generally a pretty [...]
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Michael May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
On a suburban street in Tokyo lies a quaint little shop called "The Nakano Thrift Shop", that is home for all the nick nacks you could ever want. But while what can be found inside is wondrous, it is the lives of those that work there that is the most fascinating. The store's owner, Mr Nakano for one is on his 3rd marriage, has 3 children, and spends his time working and spending time with his lovers or as he calls them "the Bank". His sister Masayo is also a hopeless romantic who think she has [...]
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Sara J. (kefuwa) May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Enjoyed this a bit more than Strange Weather in Tokyo. Another interesting slice-of-life type book. I swear reading translated works allows you insight into stuff you never thought you needed insight in. The way some words defy direct translations into other languages. How you need a string of sentences to convey what that one word actually means. As I read it over the work week though I may have missed a lot of things/quotable quotes as I tend to skim on the surface and my inner monologue somet [...]
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T.D. Whittle May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
I adore this writer. She is appealing in a very individualistic, particular, introverted Japanese way that is reminiscent of Murakami's works yet entirely and uniquely her own. I mention Murakami only because the authors share enough similarity in their character types and their descriptions of the small, mundane rituals of daily life that it deserves an NB: if you love Murakami's quirky characters and his descriptions of cooking "simple meals" and having "nice long talks", you will find much to [...]
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Alison Smith May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
A contemporary Japanese novel written by an award winning female writer.As ever, I finished the novel, feeling somewhat baffled - such is the nature of Japanese fiction : oblique, dreamlike, enigmatic, subtle. I enjoyed the book, but If you want to dip your toes into the strange waters of Japanese fiction, give this one a try.The characters are very engaging - this much I can say. And there are passages where a trivial, daily detail is described beautifully - a sort of verbal still-life, perhaps [...]
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Marisa May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
A very quiet, simple novel about the everyday. Full reviewHERE , but for now I will just say that this is book is just SO JAPANESE.
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Liviu May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Mr. Nakano's Trinkets Shop"On a commercial street in a suburb of Tokyo, there was a seemingly trivial trinkets shop. But here, in a space with nostalgic scent, a succession of betrayed or unfulfilled love stories are weaved with refinement and subtlety. Nakano a late middle age man, owner of the shop, currently in his third marriage and third child with third wife, longs for something undefined and divides his life between his beloved shop and his temporary lovers he meets at the standard Japane [...]
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Sean Farrell May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
I loved Strange Weather in Tokyo, but found this book by the same author quite appalling. Dull, aimless, the characters irritating, it was a real chore to get to the end. Haven't been this disappointed for quite a while
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Claire May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
I absolutely adored how this was written. It was described in the bookshop as a Japanese 'Amelie', and that was so right. I love how episodic it was, and how Kawakami introduced the characters and took the narrative along. It reminded me of 'This Should be Written in the Present Tense' by Helle Helle, and I'd really like to read more Kawakami and translated lit.
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Simona May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Rating: 4/5 || Recenzia pe Secretele CărțilorPrăvălia cu mărunțișuriDupă ce am descoperit-o pe Hiromi Kawakami mai bine în cărțile Cele zece iubiri ale lui Nishino și Vreme ciudată la Tokio, am dorit să pătrund și în universul pe care autoarea l-a creat în Prăvălia de mărunțișuri a domnului Nakano.Ce carte straniu de simplă! Așa cum m-au obișnuit autorii japonezi, și de această dată am avut parte de un limbaj simplu, de o poveste firească, dar plină de sentimente [...]
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Jennifer May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
hmm so, while this story had its moments, overall it all felt very flat to me, the story and the characters. i did quite like masayo - sister of the thrift shop owner, mr. nakano. masayo was layered, and interesting; the story was more lively when she was in any scene.
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Lulufrances May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Shocker! Low rating from me!Not that this was by any means a bad book!It did have its moments and it wasn't a pain in the buttocks to read or anything - but something just fell flat pour moi.Dare I say the b-word?Well yes, I was a lil bored .A whimsical Japanese episodic story which seemed more like an interlinked short story collection than a consecutive narrative (which it was, though) and didn't hold any memorable moments for me.Oh apart from this crazy metalevel reading experience: there's a [...]
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Tim May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
This is the type of book that pretty much all my friends would expect me to hate, but that I always love. A slice of life novel, more on the humorous than serious side and with little to no plot. Strange for someone who is usually found reading horror or fantasy…What got me started into Japanese literature in the first place was a love of anime, and while yes, when I was younger I delighted in Dragon Ball Z and Cowboy Bebop as much as pretty much as all my teenage friends did, the sort of anim [...]
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Jennifer May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
I have nothing against slice-of-life type novels, especially translated ones (because who isn't curious about what other people in different countries eat and do and think?), but The Nakano Thrift Shop took me well over a week to get through. Sleeping was always more attractive than reading a few more pages. Each chapter centers around a different object that comes into the thrift store (a life-sized cardboard cut out of a former star, a celadon bowl, a lighter shaped like a pistol), but the sto [...]
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Kate May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
3.5/5stars Hiromi Kawakami's books intrigued me. This is the second of hers I've read and it remains that it's like nothing I've read before, and I'm not even necessarily why I keep coming back for more. Her books are more like collections of short stories, except that they follow the same characters and all the stories connect to each other - but each chapter basically has its own thing going on and happening. And, her books are almost boring, but not in a bad way? I'm not sure how to explain i [...]
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Cristina May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Con apenas referencias del mundo asiático resulta arriesgado escribir lo que me ha parecido la novela, pero vamos allá. El inicio del libro me llevó mentalmente a las imágenes de los suculentos platos que aparecen en la película comer, beber, amar de Ang Lee . En ambos casos la atención que se presta a la comida la convierten en un protagonista más, si bien en el caso del libro el énfasis que la escritora le da al principio va perdiendo fuerza aunque nunca acabe de desaparecer del todo. [...]
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Nooilforpacifists May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
"The Nakano Thrift Shop" is as poetic as you would expect from a modern Japanese novelist. Charming too, and peaceful, despite the tension that is the book's primary plot. The thrift shop in which the characters work becomes a metaphor for its employees: lost objects, wandering until they find someone who will value them at least as highly than they do themselves.
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Phakin May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
ประหลาดดี หนังสือให้เราติดตามความเป็นไปของความรักที่เกิดขึ้นในร้านขายของเก่าของนะกะโนะ ตัวเรื่องส่วนใหญ่ดำเนินผ่านบทสนทนาของตัวละครหลักสามสี่คน เชื่อมโยงกับวัตถุในร้านแ [...]
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Rise May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Bought this book on Friday, spent almost the whole Saturday reading this book, and finally finished reading it few minutes ago.I bought this book because I wanted a light reading. I had no idea what's the book all about but I like the author's writing style in "Strange Weather in Tokyo"; simple and heart-warming.Unlike "Strange Weather in Tokyo", the main characters on this book are not old people. Hiromi and Takeo are on their 20s. While Mr. Nakano and his older sister are over 40. I like how t [...]
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Anita May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
As a fan of Murakami, I have to admit that Japanese fiction always leaves me perplexed with more questions than answers at the conclusion of the story. Hiromi Kawakami's 'The Nakano Thrift Shop' is certainly no exception. Her characters are drawn with gentle, quaintly humorous brush strokes and her settings are familiar shops, restaurants and gardens. However, the style of writing is uniquely Japanese; frequently sparse and enigmatic. As a Westerner, who has not visited Japan, I have to ask if p [...]
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Winna May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
It took me a long time to finish this book. After a fair share of thrillers and teenage angst i felt like a refresher, a slice of life book about particularly nothing and everything. I was both right and wrong about this one.I loved Strange Weather in Tokyo, and while Manazuru was hard to finish, it was not nearly as incomprehensible as this one. Nakano Thrift Shop was a slow read, with scattered thoughts of the bland narrator about this and that. The romance was downplayed, but the other relati [...]
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Roxana-Mălina Chirilă May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Păi, așa deci. E o carte în care nu se întâmplă mare lucru. Domnul Nakano are o prăvălie de mărunțișuri, doi angajați, o soră, o nevastă pe care n-o vedem și (cel puțin) o amantă. Și un tic verbal: „Păi, așa deci,” cu care își începe deseori discuțiile. Mai vin oameni să vândă obiecte, mai vin oameni să le cumpere - micile povești, cu tot felul de ciudățenii, sunt cele care dau farmecul cărții.Nu curg liniar. Uneori o poveste se întrerupe la mijloc, nitam-ni [...]
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Linda May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Het hoofdpersonage is in tegenstelling tot wat de titel laat vermoeden niet Nakano zelf maar een van zijn personeelsleden, de jonge vrouw Hitomi. Op zoek naar een baantje belandde ze in de rommelwinkel van mijnheer Nakano waar ze samen met de zwijgzame Takeo de spullen verkoopt die mijnheer Nakano hier en daar op de kop tikt en dan met een kleine winst opnieuw verkoopt in zijn volgestouwde winkeltje. Voor Kawakami is dat uitgangspunt echter voldoende voor een korte reflectie op het leven van enk [...]
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Katie Anne May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
What I love about great Japanese literature is the reality and subtlety. This book does that well. It tells the story of a thrift shop and the people who work there. The author shows how drama can come out of the simplest things such as a drawing or sewing machine. The characters and plot are realistic, which makes t a quieter novel esp for an American audience. If you're willing to appreciate the nuance then this book is a great read.
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Kelly May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Really delightful- reminds me of a thrift-shop-novel version of Midnight Kitchen.
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Shatterlings May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
It's all just a bit dull, nothing happens. I couldn't keep the characters straight, which ones the sister, which the lover? It didn't have enough whimsy or weirdness to make up for that.
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Amber Myott May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Disappointing.aracters 2 -dimensional .Quite lacklustre, like many of the objects in the thrift shop .
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Mango May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
งานของคุณคาวาคามินี่ช่างเหมาะเหม็งกับเพลงของ Stoondio ท่อนที่ร้องว่า "ฉันจะรู้จักเธอ เท่าที่เธอให้ฉันรู้จัก" เสียจริงเรามีปัญหาตอนจูนกับเหล่าตัวละครใน 'ความไม่เรียบของความรัก' นิด [...]
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Amy May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Such a gem of a novel. Author Hiromi Kawakami brings layers and depth to seemingly ordinary, routine lives. No major twists. Lots of interesting characters plus solid descriptions to create strong setting & sense of place. I appreciated the novel as it allowed me to experience Japan –from the rainy season to love hotels--through these characters. The novel focuses on twenty something Hitomo who works part-time at the thrift shop. Kawakami writes: “With its second-hand goods (not antiques [...]
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Lobo May 26, 2020 - 16:30 PM
Codzienność kontra orientalizmPan Nakano i kobiety to książka, którą Negatywka przyniosła do domu z pracy, bo zaczęła tam czytać i chciała skończyć. Nie skończyła ostatecznie, bo ja ją przejęłam, ciągając je ze sobą przez wakacje i poczytując pomiędzy książkami do doktoratu. Byłam świeżo po lekturze Murakamiego i Kawakami wydawała się dobrym antidotum na to. Ponieważ Murakami orientalizuje Japonię na użytek zachodniego czytelnika (generalnie mam bardzo ograniczon [...]
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Herr Nakano und die Frauen By Hiromi Kawakami Ursula Gräfe Kimiko Nakayama-Ziegler Wir handeln nicht mit Antiquit ten, wir handeln mit Tr del , sagt Herr Nakano zu Hitomi, die sich um eine Aushilfsstelle in seinem Laden bewirbt Der eigenwillige Nakano, ein Herr alter Schule, liebt neben sch nen alten Dingen auch sch ne junge Frauen Sein Gesch ft, eine Enklave in der hektischen Innenstadt Tokios, wird zum Treffpunkt liebenswert skurriler Zeitgenossen Wir handeln nicht mit Antiquit ten, wir handeln mit Tr del , sagt Herr Nakano zu Hitomi, die sich um eine Aushilfsstelle in seinem Laden bewirbt Der eigenwillige Nakano, ein Herr alter Schule, liebt neben sch nen alten Dingen auch sch ne junge Frauen Sein Gesch ft, eine Enklave in der hektischen Innenstadt Tokios, wird zum Treffpunkt liebenswert skurriler Zeitgenossen Hier kommen sich zwischen Nudelimbiss und Nacktfotos auch die junge Verk uferin Hitomi und der Laufbursche Takeo allm hlich n her Doch westliche Einfl sse und aggressive Gesch ftsmethoden machen vor Herrn Nakanos altmodischem Laden nicht halt.

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