The Artist of Eikando – Linda Lee Welch

Junko Bayliss doesn’t know who her parents were when they died, so decides to take a trip to visit Japan and try to find out their secrets. This is Japan through the view of the conquering USA, and seems an unlikely view. All needs for visas etc have been forgotten, and nearly every stranger Junko meets speaks fluent English and is very friendly to a foreigner.

The look at temple life and American war crimes was interesting though, and the underlying plot kept me reading right through to the unlikely ending.


2 thoughts on “The Artist of Eikando – Linda Lee Welch

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