J-Words Dept.


While updating some older movie-related entries I bumbled into a Wikipedia entry about the longest novels currently known, with the serial novel (Nakazato Kaizan's Daibosatsu Toge) that inspired Sword of Doom as one of the entries.  5.7 million Japanese characters is a monster by any standards; the Japanese Amazon entry for the book lists it having a whopping 1,149 pages.  One wonders if there's any chance at all of this ever showing up in English.

While we're dreaming, here's some others I'd like to see translated:


Tags: books Japan links




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